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The husband-and-wife duo behind Brook&Lyn makes one-of-a-kind handwoven tapestries that are nubby, architectural and supremely weird (in a great way). We?re a little obsessed with this fringe-laden number ($800).
For a similar look--but at a lower price point--go for Brooklyn-based HeddleAndNeedle’s color-blocked Lookout Tapestry ($60).
Ahoy! Restoration Hardware may market this Scientific Whale Tapestry ($169) in its Baby & Child section, but we see no reason why it can?t appeal to grown-up sea lovers as well.
We?ve long loved Finnish brand Marimekko for its poppy floral pillows and window treatments, so it only stands to reason that its fabrics would look just as good on our walls as on our sofas. This collaboration ($158) with Swedish artist Astrid Sylwan is particularly breathtaking.
We know, we know: There was a seminal time in your life when you rocked Birks and followed Phish around the country in an air-conditioner-less minivan.
But much like your return to fashionable footwear, we?re kind of hoping your taste in home decor has improved in the past 15 years. For example, it is no longer acceptable to tack a tie-dyed tapestry onto the wall and call it art.
That said, you shouldn?t shy away from more adult fabric wall hangings, which are having a definite moment in the home-design world.
Here, a few of our favorites.
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