TRADITIONAL FABRIC COVERED WALLS
This upholstery method has been long used and is most often seen in the pages of Veranda design magazines. Commonly used chinoiserie, damask, and toile fabrics give a traditional, elegant look. The walls are padded, fabric is stretched and stapled along the perimeter, and around all window trims and door openings. A piping trim follows to conceal the staple line. Solid wood blocking is hidden in behind the fabric as needed to support heavy artwork/mirrors so that the walls do not become indented. Perfect pattern matching is vital, right down to the detail of wrapping fabric over light switches and plugs so that they blend rather than become a focal point.
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