Originally Posted by coxy2416
Could you supply a link to the fabric walking that you used?
I don't have time to personally do the fabric walling for the home theaters that I design and build, so I subcontract a third party to do it who specialize in fabric walling. I have used two companies, one uses their own fixing batons, the other uses a system similar to Fabricmate
Originally Posted by Maestrosc
ooo... i want to do this to my room instead of painting. Then I dont have to wait/pay for texturing my fresh drywall either.
How reasonably priced is this? How difficult or easy is the installation? Would love to hear from people who have worked with this stuff before.
Originally Posted by Mike Garrett
Easy to install, but fabric walls are not considered cheap to do.
Easy to install, but time-consuming if you want to do all the walls and ceiling. There are companies that specialize in fabric-walling so if you are short on time perhaps obtain a few quotes.
Obviously how much is a kinda 'how long is a piece of string' type question in that it will depend upon how large is your room and whether you want to do all the walls and ceiling or only partial coverage.
In the UK to do an entire room, including all walls, ceiling, doors, skirtings, architraves etc. with dimensions 5.6m x 5.4m x 2.7m / 18' 4" x 17' 9" x 8' 10" costs around 15,000 bucks.
It's awesome, but not cheap. Of course, this is paying someone else to do it, so if you do it yourself you would save the labour costs