How do you hang a tapestry in the corner of your room? The simplest way to hang a wall tapestry is by using a hammer and nails. Simply nail in one corner, and then nail in the second according to how much drape you want in the fabric—space the nails further apart for a more taut look, and closer together for a drapey look.
What are the 8 ways to hang a tapestry?
- Rod in Casing.
- Good, old fashioned nails or push pins.
- Velcro (attached to a strip of wood)
- Mounting on Plywood Board.
- Foam Core Mounting.
- Tapestry as a ceiling feature.
- Facing and Board Method – For tapestries with fringe.
- Tapestry as headboard.
How do you display a tapestry on the wall?
- Step 1: Pre-measure distance between the slits.
- Step 2: Cut small slits evenly along the top edge.
- Step 3: Thread the rope or twine through the holes.
- Step 4: Hammer a nail into where you want the tapestry to hang.
- Step 5: Tie a knot at the end of the rope to hang on the nail.
- Step 6: Hammer in the second nail.
Where is the best place to hang a tapestry? The Room’s Aesthetic
In order to accomplish this, it is advisable for you to hang your tapestry so that it is slightly behind a piece of furniture. For example, if you are hanging your wall tapestry above a couch, it should fall slightly behind the back of the sofa, about four inches below the top.