Views: 65 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-08-25 Origin: Site
Tapestry, also known as tapestries, is generally used as indoor wall decoration. Its raw materials and weaving methods are the same as carpets. The tapestry can be made on the basis of traditional cutting carpet craftsmanship, and other knitting techniques can also be borrowed, such as knitting, weaving, knotting, winding, stringing, and netting. In addition, many tapestries in the form of decorative painting pay attention to the exaggeration and deformation of the image in art, and use different techniques such as velvet cutting, embroidery, and knitting in the craft, which fully develop the artistic characteristics of different techniques. The application scenarios of tapestries are very rich. Large tapestries are mostly used in public places such as auditoriums and clubs, while small tapestries are generally used in residential spaces. Whether it is decorating the bedside background wall, decorating the sofa background wall, or hanging in the hallway or restaurant, it can show its unique charm.
In Western countries from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment period, the tapestry area was large enough to cover the entire wall. Kings and nobles will hold tapestries in the castle, which can not only add vitality and color to the castle, but also play a role in insulation and cold protection. The oldest surviving tapestry in the West is the Bayeux tapestry made in France in the 11th century. Its content is based on historical wars to show the king's achievements and is woven with wool and flax. Our country has a long history of using tapestries. Xinjiang, Tibet and Inner Mongolia have been good at weaving tapestries with wool since ancient times. The tapestry patterns are mostly based on elements such as landscapes, flowers, birds and animals, people, and architectural scenery.
Tapestry, like other fabric textiles in the room, must obey the overall layout of the space in terms of function, style, texture and color, so as to strengthen the mutual penetration between the tapestry and the various indoor elements. The living room is the main place for daily activities of the family. Therefore, when designing the living room tapestry, it is necessary to consider the occupant's own cultural accomplishments and the spirit and culture embodied in the tapestry; the bedroom is a place for people to sleep and rest. Using a large area of tapestry on the wall can not only play the role of light absorption, sound insulation, and heat preservation, but also can be seen lying down, which is conducive to creating an open visual effect. The choice of decorative patterns can be matched with landscapes, plants, flowers and other content, and the overall tone tends to be soft, to form a quiet atmosphere of the bedroom space. In addition, since the porch and aisle space are generally relatively narrow, when matching tapestries, the format is relatively small to maintain a sense of visual space. As for the tapestry decoration, you can choose abstract and strong colors to create a visual focus.