A brand new home (or at least one new to you) can seem awfully big and bare when you first walk in. If your are upgrading into a bigger house you probably don't have enough pictures and portraits to fill all of your freshly painted wall space. Tapestries can be the perfect way to turn a new house into a home - on the double!Most people are familiar with the use of family pictures and framed prints to break up the monotony of blank walls. Framing can become expensive however, and for a comparable price you can usually get a wall hanging twice the size and with four times the depth of the average painting. This alone makes tapestries well worth the money.Tapestries have a richness of color and texture you don't get from a flat glossy print reproduction or a framed photo. blackout curtain for sale in general are more inviting a medium than most others. You can not only see the color and the pattern, you can feel the design in the warp and weft of the weave. The heavy richness of tapestries allows for a deeper connection to the room as a whole and adds a beautiful touch to any home.Tapestries as Focal PointsA well laid out room will have a focal point where the eye is irresistibly drawn, and which ties the entire room d\u00e9cor together. Tapestries are perfect for focal points as they often generate a feeling of motion and contained energy that can add punch to otherwise plain surroundings. You can choose from knights doing battle, a dragon breathing fire, a river running through a forest or a butterfly landing on a branch.If you opt for a medieval tapestry you can accent with heavier baroque style furniture. The lighter pastels of many Renaissance pieces complement a French look, and carefully feathered Asian lines can bring an air of the exotic into an austere room. The bold colors and geometric patterns of many ethnic pieces can set off black furniture and glass coffee tables.