If you have some attractive wall tapestries which you want to display in your home, then you will need to protect them properly by adding glass panes. These pieces of glass allow guests to view the works while they are hanging on the wall, but limit the amount of dirt and dust that can settle on the wall tapestries. Adding an everyday pane of glass in front of each tapestry will protect it a little, but there are specialist types of glass that can help you more.
As well as damage from dust and dirt, wall tapestries can also be effected by the light. This can mean that the colors in the picture fade over time. The best way to resolve this is to use tinted glass to prevent all of the light, and particularly UV light, from reaching the tapestries.
Tempered glass is a good idea if you are intending to hang your wall tapestries in an area with lots of family and guest traffic. Tempered glass is stronger than ordinary glass, and this will protect the tapestries from damage caused by the accidental breaking of the glass. This kind of glass needs to be specially blown to the size you require, so this will make it more expensive than standard panes of glass.