Showing posts with label celtic tapestry. Show all posts
Showing posts with label celtic tapestry. Show all posts

Sunday, May 29, 2016

CELTIC Tapestries

Viking ship, detail from the Överhogdal tapestries
Viking ship, detail from the Överhogdal tapestries
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The artistic designs from the Celtic period are very popular in various forms. People enjoy them in pictures and even in body tattoos. One way to decorate your home may be to add Celtic tapestries. They are available in many different sizes so you will be able to find what is the most appealing to you. They also feature various designs and colors so you won’t have to settle for anything less than what is a perfect match for the décor.

There are so many Celtic designs that you can choose from for a tapestry that you can allow your individual style shine through. Choose from intricately designed knots, dragons, dancers, the pentacle star, and even the Celtic tree of life. There are also plenty of other significant symbols from the Celtic period.

One of the most popular designs for a Celtic tapestry is the Phoenix. This is to celebrate the cycle of rebirth that connects the soul of each person to everything else in the world. Herne the Hunter is a symbol of strength and the circle of life. The Gateway tapestry shows the connection between Heaven and Earth. This is a great Celtic tapestry to have in memory of someone that has died. There is also the web of life design that reminds us how each action we take leads to a series of others.

The craftsmanship behind Celtic tapestries is unlike anything you have every seen before. You can be sure people will give you plenty of compliments on them. Many people believe they are a symbol of good luck too. You can even give a Celtic tapestry to someone you know that has been having a rough time of things lately.


You will find the biggest selection of Celtic tapestries online. There are thousands of different ones to choose from. The largest sizes are 83 x 93 inches so you can definitely fill up a wall in a room with this type of design. The costs for them depend on the materials they are made from. Most Celtic tapestries are made from 100% cotton so they are very affordable. Those that are made from silk are going to be much more expensive.