Fabric Wall Upholstery Made Easy

The Custom Fabric Wall Finishing System, or 7 Series, is engineered to accomodate nearly any architectural feature while remaining easy-to-install.

Whether you are a DIYer looking to improve acoustics in your home theater or a Contractor installing wainscoting in a commercial environment, the 7 series system is the best way to improve your living, learning & work environments

 
 

Technical Cutaway

A Simple System – 3 Components

1: Fabric Covering

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2: Backing Material

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3: Fabric Mounting Frame

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Fabric Covering

The Fabric Covering is stretched over the Backing and held taut by the Fabric Mounting Frame. This allows the panel surface to spring back when struck, effectively mitigating visible damage.

The excess Fabric is rolled into the Frame, leaving a clean look that is as functional as it is beautiful.

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Backing Material

The Backing fills in the Frame and covers the wall, absorbing reverberated sound and providing impact-resistance, thermal insulation and a pinnable bulletin-board-like surface perfect for tacking things up.

We offer a number of different types of backing in 1/4″, 1/2″ and 1″ thicknesses to work for any application. We recommend ReCore® our environmentally friendly, rigid polyester core but anything from Yellow Glass to Polybatting can also be used in certain situations.

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Fabric Mounting Frame

The Fabric Mounting Frame defines the shape of the fabric wall, as well as holds the backing and fabric in place.

Our Frame is what makes our Wall Finishing System so innovative. It’s made of a high-impact, crush-proof plastic. It’s flexibility in applications is unrivaled. The fact that everything can be fabricated on-site makes it a breeze to work with.

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Common Wall Layouts

HORIZONTAL – TACKBOARD LAYOUT

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One of the most popular layouts. Very functional in a classroom environment and very affordable. Used in classrooms, conference rooms, and open-plan offices.. Acoustical & Tackable.


Advantages: Single band. This layout integrates a tackable surface and a marker board. Less expensive than covering an entire wall.

Disadvantages: Less tackable/display area and less sound absorption than with full-wall coverage.

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VERTICAL – MULTI-PANEL LAYOUT

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This common look was born of wrapped panels which are limited by the size of their substrate. Use only where this specific look is desired or where frequent panel fabric replacement will be necessary.


Advantages: Full-wall coverage. Accommodates directional fabrics.

Disadvantages: Most expensive in both labor and materials. Considered unattractive due to the multiple seams breaking up the continuity and flow of the wall surface.

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HORIZONTAL – 3 PANEL LAYOUT

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One of our more popular full-wall layouts. Looks great in lobbies, conference rooms, and executive offices where maximum sound absorption is required.


Advantages: Great appearance. Lends itself to the use of different colors for a stunning visual effect.

Disadvantages: Slightly more expensive than the 2-Panel Layout.

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HORIZONTAL – 2 PANEL LAYOUT

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The most popular and the most cost effective full wall layout. Highly recommended for lobbies, classrooms, student housing and where maximum sound absorption is required.


Advantages: Very attractive. Most cost-effective use of labor and materials.

Disadvantages: None!

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HORIZONTAL – 3 PANEL CURVED LAYOUT

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This is an uncommon look but extremely decorative. Curvature can vary depending on design and preference.


Advantages: Full-Wall Coverage

Disadvantages: Slightly more expensive than the standard 2-Panel Layout, but worth it!

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HORIZONTAL – SINGLE CURVED LAYOUT

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This is an uncommon look but extremely decorative. Curvature can vary depending on design and preference.


Advantages: Partial wall coverage or decorative wainscoting

Disadvantages: Less tackable/display area and less sound absorption than with full-wall cover

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