Weaving a Tapestry
A tapestry, by definition, is a piece of thick textile fabric with pictures or designs formed by weaving colored weft threads or by embroidering on canvas, used as a wall hanging or furniture covering. Tapestry Girls, a tapestry distributor, offers a variety of designs, on a variety of fabrics including polyester and cotton, and they are extremely popular among younger women for dressing up and decorating their dorm rooms, bedrooms and apartments.
Tapestry Girls, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is one of the world’s leading distributors of handmade tapestries, mandala tapestries, lighting, and home and bedroom decor. Tapestry Girls is the #1 resource for students looking to dress up their dorm in an affordable way, and take advantage of beautiful designs and colors. Tapestry Girls is the one-stop-shop for bohemian and mandala tapestries and decor for bedrooms, living rooms, apartments and dorms.
Tapestry Girls is committed to bringing amazing products at low prices that won’t break the bank, regardless of the average budget.
“Our tapestries are manufactured using HD printing machines. We have numerous partners in the United States, China and India that manufacture them for us. That’s how we are able to get so many different styles representing so many different cultures,” explained Kyle Leighton, President of Tapestry Girls. “Our mission is to make the transition from home to a new dorm room or apartment easy and exciting.”