How To Mount An Elephant Tapestry
Elephant tapestry – Wall tapestry adds texture, warmth, color and elegance to your decor. You can mount tapestry in a few ways, including wall tapestry rods and frames for small and medium-sized tapestries. Most tapestry rods come with hardware brackets that make your tapestry hanging stand out from the wall. This prevents the carpet from developing mold and keeps the air circulating behind it. Also choose a tapestry rod that is at least 2 inches on each side to keep the rug appear crowded on the road. Frame and mount tapestries as fine works of art.
Examine your walls for a good place to mount your elephant tapestry. Mount a long, narrow tapestry hanging on a long wall, but make certain you have the space along the sides, so the wall does not look too crowded. Mount a very large tapestry hanging alone on a bare wall. This allows your tapestry to receive full attention as a work of art. Measure the length and width of your tapestry, then measure the newspaper of the same size. Attach the paper on the wall to get a good visual idea of how you want the wallpaper to hang. Mark the top of each page of the paper when you decide where you want the wallpaper to hang.
Install rod bracket to your wall, under your rod instructions. Iron the back of your wallpaper, if it has any wrinkles. Place a cloth between the curtain and the iron on low to medium heat. Set wallpaper rod through the rod pocket at the back of your tapestry. You will see the rod pocket tapers at the ends, which helps hide the brackets from view. Mount the elephant tapestry of the rod to the rod brackets. The curtain will hang from the wall 1 to 2 inches.