Brief history of 18th and 19th-century tapestries?
The 18th and 19th-century tapestries used to represent some paintings or famous designs of something. The influence of the Industrial Revolution was often portrayed in those tapestries. The European Renesas exchanged handwaving with machine-waving and became a threat to the handwavers.
How to decor your room with 18th and 19th-century tapestries?
A tapestry must go with the aesthetic of your house. Select a wall or a corner of your house which has the proper aesthetic to attach a tapestry.
Have a close look at your furniture, lights and other accessories’s colours and choose a tapestry that aligns with those.
Tapestries can achieve a magnificent effect when hung on walls or in corners that are well-lit with ample illumination
What material is the tapestry made from, and how is its quality ensured?
Using the finest quality European looms located in Belgium, France and Italy, we create the majority of items through jacquard weaving. Additionally, our product range includes handwoven pieces created from various materials such as cotton, wool, linen, polyester, lurex, and more.
Each product is thoroughly inspected and confirmed for quality with every listing. In the event that you're not satisfied with your purchase, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee, with the only cost being the shipping fee for the return.
How accurate are the colours depicted in the product images compared to the actual tapestry?
The colour and appearance of our products may vary depending on your display. This variation is a result of the quality and resolution of the display you are viewing our items. However, we make every effort to present our customers with images that are close to the real product.
Additionally, other factors like the colour of your walls, the lighting conditions in your room, as well as shadows and the hues of other furnishings, can impact the tapestry's contrast.
Recommended care for tapestry longevity
Regularly switch the tapestry cushions to prevent one side from fading before time.
Protect the tapestries from direct sunlight and harmful UV rays to maintain their quality.
Take proper steps to protect your tapestries from potential damage caused by pet scratches and fur, as their hairs can harm the fabric.
Regularly wash or vacuum the tapestry cushions with a gentle dust removal brush.
Employ a sponge or cloth to address stains on the tapestry, and for more stubborn stains, consider dry cleaning methods.
How to hang a tapestry on your wall?
Hanging a tapestry is usually performed using a rod with finials, and this is widely practised. It's important to confirm that the rod has no sharp ends that could potentially harm the tapestry.
Today, finials are available in various designs, and one can easily use them for tapestry hanging.
Once you have this combination of rod and finials ready, the next step involves identifying an appropriate location for attaching the rod brackets that should be well-adjusted to the tapestry's edges.
Finally, simply slide the rods through the tapestry's loops and affix the finials, and your newly purchased interior design is all set to radiate its charm.
Does the tapestry come with a hanging mechanism or hardware?
No, that equipment should be purchased individually.
Return and exchange policy if unsatisfied:
We have a 30-day refund and replacement policy which means try any products for 30 days.
If you are not satisfied with our products then you can replace them via a 100% money-back policy.
Products should be free from defects. Defected products will not be replaced
Any damages to the product from our end will be replaced within 14 days.
The guarantee period is applicable to all types of newly purchased and replaced products.