Boho wall tapestry – tradition of tapestries does not have an origin in our European western culture, but its origin goes back to far places like Middle East or Asia. At first, purpose of tapestry was to cover walls of houses and protect house a little cold that radiated walls. But soon, restless spirit of men also found its decorative purpose and aesthetics. Tapestries were no longer mere “walls”, but became refined pieces, with gold and precious stones, coveted by kings and emperors to decorate their palaces.
European noble class was amazed to see masterpieces hanging on walls of Maharajas and Sultans. While we can adapt tapestries to most disparate styles, there is a style of decoration that seems inseparable from these pieces: boho wall tapestry style. Boho style combines elements of ethnic, oriental and hippie style and has a predilection for natural colors such as ochres, turquoises and grays and also for handicrafts.
Boho wall tapestry features could not be better to combine with tapestries. Most of tapestries are as we have said pieces of craftsmanship and are also very frequent natural and earthy colors. Many tapestries also incorporate elements of hippie psychedelia from 60’s, featuring symmetrical figures and rounded shapes.