Tapestries can be a great ornament of almost any interior. But it's worth noting that the best tapestries can manifest itself in large rooms or just a sufficient amount of free space. In XVIII century, when there were only a tapestry, they decorated the houses of wealthy citizens only. The price was high enough to tapestries, and afford such a purchase could only be secured by the people. The reason for this is that before the process of making tapestries was extremely laborious and lengthy. Often, for the manufacture of tapestry could take several months. Canvas for tapestry made of silk or woolen threads. For each tapestry create your own design, which is then transferred to the canvas.
In some cases, the tapestries were ornaments of silver or gold threads. Naturally, these products were valued extremely highly. Thus, original tapestries, and paintings produced by the same technology, were rare and expensive commodity. But such things are known that best emphasize the high social status of its owner and talk about it stable financial position. These days, when the production of tapestries became much less time consuming and costly, this stylish interior element can be found in many homes. This is not surprising. Indeed, new technologies production managed to preserve all the inherent advantages of tapestry, while significantly lowering their cost. These technologies include, first of all, computer engineering designs of tapestries and modern methods print on the finished canvas. Tapestry in the modern interior – is more than just a great decoration.