We're intrigued by this tapestry. The June issue of Interior Design featured a Bay Area home with this tapestry hanging on the dining room wall. The article says that Luisa Cevese fabricated [it] by applying resin squares to a Chinese bedspread, peeling them off so that just an imprint of the pattern remained, and then affixing them to Belgian linen.
See more of the (gulp) 8,000-square foot Piedmont house here. Images: Eric Laignel / Interior Design