"Can you upholster the walls in this elevator"? Asked the architect...
The walls inside the elevator were made of metal...
We solved the problem by installing wood strips on the perimeter of the walls...
To provide access for the technician to service the elevator, the back wall needed to be removed easily...
I had to make an upholstered panel that was mounted with Velcro...
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This upholstered wallsÂ job was done in a catering hall in New York.
The walls were covered with one inch thick of sound absorbent panels.
Over the panels I had installed a half inch flame retardant Dacron padding.
The third step was to apply the fabric over the padding.
I finished the perimeter with double welt that was made from the same fabric. 516-599 3569
Balloon shades do add a special worm look to
In this case we used a beautiful rich looking fabric that
was warm looking and soft at the same time.
I gave it a five inch shirring on the top and stuffed the bottom with
I installed it in a way that it will be easy to remove for cleaning.