Pieter Coecke van Aelst produced the Sports and Music tapestries in the 16th century, and they are well-known for their elaborate designs, vivid colours, and accurate portrayals of musical and athletic events. These tapestries show social gatherings and musical performances alongside outdoor pursuits like falconry and hunting that were common during the Renaissance. Due to Coecke van Aelst's masterful composition, minute details, and vibrant color scheme, these tapestries are important examples of Renaissance art.
How to Decor Your Room With Sports and Music Tapestries?
Make sure the Sports and music tapestry complements the design of your house in a suitable way. Select a wall or corner in your house that complements the overall design of the tapestry. Choose a tapestry that blends in with your furniture's colours, the lighting in your room, and any additional décor accents. When placed on appropriately lit walls or corners, tapestries can create a stunning impression and improve the overall aesthetic appeal of your space.
What Material is the Tapestry Made From, and How is Its Quality Ensured?
We weave the majority of our products with jacquard weaving, using the finest European looms located in Belgium, France, and Italy. In addition, our product line includes handwoven items created from a variety of materials, such as polyester, lurex, cotton, wool, and linen. To guarantee excellent quality for every listing, every product is carefully inspected. With the exception of the return shipping cost, we offer a complete refund in the improbable event you're not happy with your purchase.
Color Accuracy: Product Images vs. Actual Tapestry
Depending on your screen resolution, our products' overall colour appearance and shade may change. In addition, because of the features and screen quality that you are using to view our products. But our goal is to give our customers a picture that almost perfectly captures our real product. The overall appearance of the tapestry can be affected by additional factors such as the colour of the walls, the lighting in your room, the way shadows play, and the colour of other furniture.
Recommended Care for Tapestry Longevity
After a while, flip the side of the tapestry cushions in order to avoid early fading on one side. Keep the tapestries shielded from direct sunlight and ultraviolet rays.
Take the necessary steps to shield your tapestries from possible harm caused by fur and scratches from pets. The fabric may get harmed by their hair.
Maintain regularly washing or vacuuming the tapestry cushions with a suitable, gentle dusting brush.
To remove stains from the tapestry, apply a sponge or cloth. If the stains are particularly stubborn, you may want to consider using dry cleaning methods.
How to Hang a Tapestry on Your Wall?
Tapestries are commonly hung using a finial-adorned rod; this is a commonly used method. Any sharp edges on the rod that might damage the tapestry must be removed.
Nowadays, finials come in an enormous array of designs, which makes hanging tapestries a breeze.
When the rods and finials are prepared, the next thing to do is to find a suitable spot to attach the rod brackets, taking care to align them with the tapestry's edges.
After the finials are attached and the rods are skillfully inserted into the tapestry's rings, your newly acquired decoration is ready to radiate its beauty.
Any Hanging Mechanism or Hardware Included?
No, it doesn't come with a hanging mechanism or hardware.