Tapestries on ceiling – Wall carpets are traditionally hung on the wall for display, due to its use in the middle Ages as insulation for cold homes. Today the tapestries, which are beautiful examples of textile art, can be displayed as dramatically as canvas art. Hanging a tapestry from a ceiling is a way to pay attention to it, but when the ceiling is vaulted, it is a challenge to hang it in such a way that it’s level. Start with a tapestry staff, which only exceeds the length of the carpet and has a number of decorative end pieces, or end caps, for the bar.
How to hang tapestries on ceiling. Place the rod in the carpet rod bag and bring the end pieces at each end with a screwdriver. Lay the carpet flat on the floor. Measure the length of the bar, from where the crotch flower and carpet meet on the other side they meet. Measure the ceiling where you hang the carpet. Determine how far the carpet should hang from the wall. Find the ceiling beams with the stud finder and adjust the measurements if necessary. Place two small pencil stripes on the ceiling that match the carpet rod measurements and align the ceiling beams. Drill holes where you marked the measurements and insert the plasterboard anchors. Hook the screw in the ceiling.
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Then to hang tapestries on ceiling. Ask a helper to measure the tape measure on the ground while holding onto the ladder, measuring with the shortest ceiling hook. Determine how high you want to hang the carpet rod. Note that the measurement and the total height of the ceiling. Go to the higher ceiling hook and repeat. Note the ideal height and note the total measurement ceiling. Cut the decorative chain with the difference between the height of the ceiling and the desired height. Attach the decorative chain around the carpet rod where the crotch flower and the carpet meet.