Originally Posted by tbraden32
If not a simple fix would be quarter round trim or similar should do the job too.
Why the change in door location and size?
We don't want to put trim over the fabric panels... it would look a little strange. And that is also a lot more painting/cutting, etc that we don't need to do.
As for the door, there is 7' between the two side columns. We want the wall to be solid fabric.. and we didn't want to see the door. The door opening is very close to the rear side column right now... like 6" away. It was going to be very tight to fit the light switches there AND have room for the fabric frame.
7' divides into 3 panels that are 2' 4" each. If we made the door 28" (2' 4") and moved it, it could be hidden directly behind the center panel. It would also give us about a foot and a half extra space for our 4 light dimmers. Since the door will fit a panel exactly, we will not have to make extra irregular shaped panels that would not be even with the design to the rest of the room. (The room design have several references to the number 3, so there are 3 of a lot of things... it's sort of the theme)
Examples of 3:
3 tiers to the light tray
3 red horizontal panels between each column side-by-side
3 sets of moulding (1 baseboard, 1 chair, 1 above the panels above that)
3 sets of trim/ribbing on the columns above and below the speaker grille
3 vertical divisions of the black fabric panel below the chair rail moulding
See sketch below (Look to the right of the column... sort of the panel layout... though there is another set of trim stenciled in at the top of the wall that will not be there in the finished room.