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Rug & Tapestry Display Hanging Clips

Rug & Tapestry Display Hanging Clips

Rug & Tapestry Display Hanging Clips – A short guide

Hanging your decorative rug or tapestry on a wall will add greatly to the visual display in your home or showroom. It’s a fairly simply process, so long as you’ve decided on what you wish to hang the rug on (a beam, railing, rug arm, nail, etc.).

We carry a variety of hanging clips that can accommodate most types of scenarios and rug types.

Generally, there are three types of rug display clip solutions you will likely use:

  1. Racks/Railings
  2. Channel Moldings
  3. Nails

Once you’ve decided on the above, you can figure out the type of hanging clip you need. If you’re hanging on a railing, measure the thickness of it and pick any of our rack clips that match the width. If it’s a J Channel mold, we have Peg Clips that can fit in. And if you decided on using nails, our Alligator Clips will work fine.

Another thing to note: Rugs come in varying sizes and weights. If you are planning on hanging a heavy rug, make sure you go for a stronger/larger clip and hanging solution (e.g. our Super Clips). As an added precaution, you may want to consider sewing on a binding strip for added strength, to prevent damaging the rug at the hanging points.

If you are still unsure of what solution is best for your needs, you can always contact us, or ask for samples.