Hand Woven Wall Decor(78 items)
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Featured Reviews on Hand Woven Wall Decor
The color, the texture, the pattern, the beauty! It is art. You can just feel it. Love this! I found a perfect tree branch to use as a rod and will be hanging it in my studio.
This has now taken pride of place
As expected a beautiful tapestry which will be much admired. Vibrant colours that will not disappoint. Great packaging and arrived a day early. Thank you so much. You are a very talented artist.
We are so happy with this purchase. The quality of this tapestry is superb. This will be a cherished addition to our new home.
Luis Leon Handwoven rugs and tapestries
"I desire with all my heart that you appreciate our work, because my family and I weave each piece with much love."
Popular Hand Woven Wall Decor
Handwoven Wool Fish Tapestry from Peru, "Colorful Aquarium"$139.99
Depicting an aquarium full of colorful fish, this tapestry from Peru is designed by David Laura Zanabria. He hand-weaves the hanging of wool, dying the yarns with vibrant colors that come together for an intricate composition that brings the beauty of the sea to your home.
Handwoven Ocean-Themed Wool Tapestry from Peru, "High Seas"$59.99
By Peruvian artisan Luis Leon, this evocative tapestry captures the spirit of the high seas. In blue and white hues, wool is handwoven using a technique known as to create stripes and wavelike patterns. Long, elaborate fringe work completes the tapestry at the bottom.
Handwoven Geometric Wool Tapestry from Peru, "Inca History"$397.99
Inspired by the figures of the Inca calendar, Peruvian artisan Eliazar Ochoa designs a tapestry that will add a geometric beauty to your home decor. Handwoven of wool on a traditional loom, the tapestry displays a square grid with intricate geometric patterns in red and earth tones. Fringes at the bottom complete this tapestry.
Handwoven Wool Chakana Cross Tapestry from Peru, "Chakana Dimensions"$107.99
Centered by an ancient cross, this tapestry features a design by Peruvian artisan Zosimo Laura. He works on the traditional or floor loom, hand-weaving the tapestry of wool. The chakana is flaked by earth-tone stripes with colorful designs emanating from its center.