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This wall tapestry features a lovely balcony overlooking a valley of ripe vineyards. Get a delightful view in any room of the house with this tapestry!
A Belgian woven jacquard wall tapestry. The origins of this tapestry, also called Le Feu, are uncertain. Nonetheless, it is one of the most elegant and intricately woven tapestries ever created. Best estimates are that the original was woven in the 17th century and that it was a coat of arms used as a design for an extravagant door. The original is still on display at Versailles. This version is woven to the exact specifications as the original and captures all its beauty and ornate detailing....
This charming tapestry features a waterside bistro with outdoor seating and boats at the dock.
This weathered blue rustic door is inviting you to come in. The billows of lovely pink flowers hang above, creating a fragrant and gorgeous canopy. Feathery ferns line the walk for a soft look.
Many potted plants dress these beautiful European double doors in this large tapestry. Someone definitely has a green thumb!
This piece by Charles Le Burn circa 1662 was originally intended to hang over a door in a formal interior. The Nec Pluribus Impar in the tapestry translates into 'Not unequal to many'. This wall hanging tapestry is a replic of the original.
A pear garland rests against a wood door in this delicate wall tapestry. Based on a painting by Riccardo Bianchi.
This is a French woven jacquard wall tapestry. It is based on an embroidered silk door-curtain designed by Henry Dearle in 1890. This artist was the assistant of William Morris and after his death in 1896, he became the artistic director of the company. The symbolism of the acanthus leaf: as a perennial plant it represents enduring or recurring life. The acanthus leaf has been be a very popular design theme throughout time. With its origins dating back to ancient Greece, choosing the acanthus...
Portiere Cascade II is part of the original tapestry woven in Lille in the early 18th century. This tapestry features part of the original small vertical verdures facing 18th century peaceful landscapes. This tapestry is also known as: Cascade (right door).
Blue Door tapestry features the work of artist Boyce Watt. This charming tapestry shows a bright, royal blue door in the cove of a large concrete arched doorway.
Spice up your decor with this woven piece. Not only are tapestries themselves a unique artform, but this wall tapestry itself is truly unique as it is part of our exclusive collection!
Beautiful pink flowers adorn this inviting door way as though beckoning the viewer to come inside.