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A brilliantly woven Belgium Lake Como Villa Tapestry. Just imagine staying at a Villa on Lake Como in all it's luxurious warmth, sunshine and romance.. like a dream come true. There are few places in the world quite like it. It's known for it's tranquility as it sits in the middle of the Alpine Mountains, as well as the middle of the Mediterranean.
If you cannot get away to visit Lake Como, you can bring this beautiful view home. These popular and beautiful European tapestries enhance the wall decor in any home with style and sophistication.
36 inches wide by 48 inches high
42 inches wide by 56 inches high
46 inches wide by 64 inches high
66 inches wide by 84 inches high
Material: 100% Cotton
Country: Woven in Belgium
Category: European Wall Tapestries and Tapestry Hangings
Details: Lined with sewn sleeve for tapestry rod, dry clean. Rods and tassels sold separately.
Finish: Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.
Primary Color: Blue
Secondary Color: Green
Product Care: Gently vacuum every 6 months. Dry clean only- when required.
Woven in Belgium
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History: Lake Como, or Lake Como Villa, is a Belgian jacquard wall tapestry featuring the work of artist Robert Pejman. The view is transported to a lakeside villa in the famous region of Lake Como. We are shown the idyllic life on the water in one of the most coveted regions in Europe. The romantic views and pristine way of life is reflected in the way Pejman portrays the Lake Como villages. Here we see a single boat docked near its home, with terracotta walls and plants and red flowers which decorate the buildings here. The reflections on the water are beautifully rendered with a hint of the passage to the larger areas of the main lake just around the corner from here. The masterful use of color and composition is evident, the terracotta echoes the reds of the flowers, the blue to the greens of the foliage, creating a balanced and harmonious scene. The region has a mild Mediterranean climate and as such has been a favored home for centuries for aristocrats, royalty, and tourists.