"Chenden" Ralo handmade rug hanging in actor B.D. Wong's loft

NY Times On Location column: Every Last Thing Finally in Its Place (Sept. 5th 2012);
Photo Credit: Trevor Tondro

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Vinita Kunnath added this to The Which, Where & How of Hanging Tapestries24 January 2018

Tip: It’s best to hang heavy fabrics like carpets and kilims on specially made tapestry rods and not regular curtain rods, as the former are stronger. This gives the heavy fabric the necessary support and it hangs straighter since its weight is distributed equally across the rod.

Janet Dunn added this to 10 Ways to Bring Out the Bohemian Spirit in the Bedroom12 January 2018

4. Be adventurous with textures and patterns This room has abundant textural contrasts that give it loads of personality. From the industrial ducting and warm exposed brick to the richly patterned Tibetan rug, satin bedspread, antique brass, parquet wood and Tiffany lamp, it exudes character. A bedroom with a high ceiling like this one can support many elements without being overpowered.

Jennifer Ott Design added this to 7 Ways to Create an Accent Wall Without Paint25 September 2017

3. TextilesIf you have interesting, oversized windows or a nice view to frame, think about adding dramatic, oversized window treatments to create a feature wall, as has been done above. Or mount a tapestry or carpet above a bed or sofa for an instant dash of colour and texture, as shown at left.Check out these 6 unique window treatments

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ALYSSA PINKSTON added this to elements of design14 October 2020

the rug on the wall shows texture

Molly Doughty added this to Molly's Ideas11 October 2020

I like how it all comes together with the colors.

Mofiyinfoluwa Adiyelogun added this to home owner27 May 2020

6 Texture that gives a warm feeling. The wall made it warm. Illusion demonstrated is the design on the wall.