Hanging a Nature Tapestry on a Curved Wall

Nov 26th

Nature tapestry is a piece of decorative fabric or art that can be hung on a wall. Many people use tapestries to complete the atmosphere of a room. Tapestries have become very popular because they are available in a large range of colors, patterns and designs. Nature tapestry also offers a quick solution when trying to cover the color or texture damages to a wall. When hanging a tapestry on a curved wall, have a specific procedure be followed so that the wallpaper is correctly without an awkward appearance.

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Instructions

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Lay your fabric on a table with the wrong side of the paper up. Separate both sides of the hook-and-loop fastening strip by pulling them apart with his hands. Use scissors to cut both sides of the hook-and-loop mounting strip into four pieces. Grab a piece of the mounting flange and slide the support to expose the sticky adhesive back. Press a piece of the mounting strip on each corner of the nature tapestry with glue side down.

Take two pieces of balsam wood that is the same width as your fabric and attach them to the curved wall where the top and bottom of your fabric will hang. Insert the plastic wall anchors into the pilot holes by tapping them into place with a hammer.

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Grasp four square pieces of hook-and-loop closure material and pull the backing of each piece using your fingers to expose the sticky adhesive back. Press a piece of hook-look mounting strip on each corner of the two pieces of wood that you are mounted on your wall.