1. Tapestries Are Still In
2. Try Hanging a Rug as Wall Art
Do you have a favorite rug that just doesn’t fit on your floor or is too pretty to walk on? It may be perfect as a wall hanging. Rugs are often used as wall art, and they also help insulate your walls and prevent drafts.
Rugs tend to be heavier than your average piece of art, so be sure to secure them well to avoid embarrassing moments.
You should also choose a rug that suits the existing décor. If your home is quite modern and decorated in black and white, think twice before adding a native-designed piece in bright colors that will clash with the existing décor. You should always consider what you like and the existing decorations.
It’s also important that any rug on the wall not clash with the ones on the floor. A good rule of thumb is that if the wall art is complex, the rug should be simple, and vice versa.
3. Canvas is a Fabric, Technically
Canvas is what artists paint on. It also works as a fabric for your wall. Stretched over a wooden frame, canvas retails the fabric texture, which makes paintings even more exciting. Try looking for art in a style that you love to hang on your wall, in the colors that you want. The overall texture will help make your home feel cozier and more inviting.
You can find photographs printed on canvas, as well, which makes this a very good way to turn family portraits or a favorite image into a beautiful stretched canvas and then hang it in your home. While canvas can be framed, most people enjoy leaving it as is to really enhance the space.
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