Fabric wall system: Basic installation

What is this fabric wall system called C.E.S or Clean Edge System?

It is a track unlike any other. In Brief, this track is not only slim and white, but a flexible product. Because of all these features, it fits in homes. To build this frame, all you need is a C.E.S track, a cutter, and a brad nailer.

As you do know, some homes have more intricate moldings than others. Some have columns with decorative element at the top and arched windows. So, this is where CES tracks comes in. I suggest watching another video on upholstered walls. You will see example of various remarkable fancy moldings.

Before, I go into more challenging installation, lets start with a simple fabric wall panel. In fact, you will be amazed after fitting a few lengths. How simple it is to work with CES track.

Look at a step by step installation. It takes under 2 minutes to watch the video. Once you master straight lines, you can learn on how to use it around curved moldings. This product is a flexible upholstery track.

3 Responses

  1. Steve Crewe
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    Hi in looking for a fabric system to cover some panels affixed to a wall. Please can you email details of cost and availability.
    Do you also supply material, i haven’t got the product code with me but can supply on Monday?

    I need to mask/cover 2 x sound soak panels in a radio studio, approx 1200 x 580mm.

  2. Melanie Harvey
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    How does the fabric attach to the frame? Do you have a video?

    • Vero
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      Melanie,
      I have send an email with a link. You will see how the fabric is stretched and installed in the panel.

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