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post #1 of 6 Old 05-10-2012, 03:22 PM - Thread Starter
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So basically I need to cover with fabric. What would be the medium option price wise? I could just use black bed sheets but I think I can afford a bit more. I was looking at this stuff, but its really pushing my budget:

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did i post in wrong forum or is my question too silly?
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There are some good deals here. http://www.guilfordofmaine.com/tag_sale/panel
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I am just curious as to why you cant paint but are going to be able to cover the walls and ceiling? I am a landlord and would much rather one of my tenants tell me that he wants to paint for a theater than put nail holes everywhere. Putting putty in each hole and sanding will take longer to prep than actually painting the room would take is why I say this.

I had a woman literally hang 47 pictures in the living room (14x17) alone one time and it literally blew my mind how she thought she was going to get her deposit back. I dont personally allow people to paint unless they sit down and talk to me first. I then explain to them that painting has to be done in a professional manner and if they think they can do it without getting paint on the trim, ceiling, carpet, etc... then proceed at their own risk of losing their deposit.


How are you going to attach all of the fabric?
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I was looking through a really cool thread yesterday and saw a great idea to cover walls and ceilings (It may be what has already been suggested to you).


Here's a link to the thread:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1409746


Here are 2 links to the acoustic wall paper:

http://soundproofmyhome.com/dB2-4Walls.html

http://designerwallcoverings.com/Wal...c-1604_620_590

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im using gaffers tape, not nails, heh. ok thx all...
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