Christmas Gift Ideas: Wall Tapestries And Embroidery for Framing


Christmas Gift Ideas: Wall Tapestries And Embroidery for Framing

As we approach the end of the year and the Festive period, there comes a time when we need to actually start buying presents, not just noticing them! Of course, depending on who you are buying for, the type of presents that you go for can change totally.

I mean, you wouldn’t buy a kid an old piece of art, and you wouldn’t buy your grandfather an Xbox 360, would you? Finding the right Christmas gifts is always very important. Especially in these financially difficult times, it’s hard to find gifts that aren’t just waste of money.

Art has, of course, always been a popular choice when buying for adults. People with their own homes are always looking for something a little bit different for their art collection, and tapestries are perfect for just that. As we all move away from the era of filling our walls with movie and music posters, and towards more traditional art methods, tapestries for framing are the perfect solution. It’s really easy to find a truly sublime piece of art which you will struggle to find elsewhere when browsing through wall tapestries.

In terms of finding really unique, powerful art the best place to look is in Eastern Europe. In the last couple of centuries, Eastern Europe has served as a breeding ground for talented artists and they have in turn produced many outstanding tapestries for framing.
Tapestries are a textile art, which are usually woven with two interlaced threads running parallel to the length and width of the tapestry. Usually depicting extremely emotional or colourful images, tapestries make a real impact on any home they are placed within. The reason they look so good is that they are not just printed out – they are genuinely woven. If you own a tapestry, there is a high chance it has been made completely unique and from total scratch. The threads tend to be made up of linen or cotton, with silk, gold or silver in the picture to add another level of class.

Some of the greatest parts of nature and history have been captured in wall tapestries. For example, this picture of four deer in a forest just sums up the perfection that is nature. Before we brought down the land with our industry, the world looked just like this picture depicts. It’s truly a stunning piece of artistry and would look perfect framed in a sitting room.

Tapestries offer a different style and perspective to your usual painting styles, and have commonly been one of the most enjoyable pieces of art you can pick up today. When it comes to finding the right type of art, it’s important to get the real deal and not the quickest alternative. Tapestries are very much the real deal, so why not consider picking some up for the Festive period to really complete the look of your home? They last for many years and offer a significantly higher level of depth and quality than your average paintings!


Wall Tapestries


This classic type of art is a form of textile art. Extremely skilled weavers produce majestic art on a textile with ultimate care and diligence to offer you a range of bewitching tapestries. The history of tapestries date back a few centuries. In past, beautiful tapestries were hung in palaces and mansions as a statement of grandeur and wealth.

order-1Even after centuries, tapestries are still being able to kindle a flame of opulence wherever it is hung.

Decorate the walls of your home with tapestries to invite a cosy feeling and a sense of opulence. Use a tapestry at your office or workplace to impress your clients and employees with status.

Never fail to check out our brilliant weaving done by the most skilled weavers in the country.

At present, most of the people tend to frame tapestries rather than hanging them on the wall.

This increases its life span in multiple folds while retaining its elegance for prolong periods of time.

The tapestries we have speak volumes of emotions through their beautiful weaving.




Extreme Quilting With Ben Venom

buy tapestriesWhen you think quilts, your mind probably turns to little old ladies in their craft rooms at home, stitching pink, yellow and blue squares together in front of the fire. What you probably don’t think of immediately is a hot-blooded American male sewing up old heavy metal T-shirts to make gigantic bedspreads.

But that’s exactly what Ben Venom does for a living, exhibiting his extreme quilts (which are absolutely massive, typically rather too large for a double bed) around the world. He’s been everywhere, from Denmark and Ireland to Germany and all over the US, and will definitely inspire you to get quilting this year!

The imagery of his quilts is a little dark so not for the faint of heart (think the occult, vintage tattoos and motorcycle gang motifs), but they’re put together in such a beautiful way that they have serious mass appeal. Ben Venom’s work may be more suited to hanging in a gallery rather than covering your bed at home, but his quilts could be just the inspiration you’re looking for to invest in something similar yourself… or even get the sewing machine out to have a go at quilting as well!

As crafts go, quilting probably isn’t the easiest one to try and pick up if you’ve never made anything yourself, so buying one for your bed is likely to be the better option if you can’t go another day without having a brand new bedspread. Just have a little look around to see if there are any designers whose style you particularly like – you’ll definitely be able to find a quilt that suits your bedroom décor.

Do you want to see heavy metal quilts in our online store? If yes, please let us know. Until then, have a little look at the similar items we have got and maybe buy tapestries for your home.