Residential fabric track system

Each image presents wall upholstery installed with the same residential fabric track product. The common thread is the CES track. Clean Edge System™ works with wall to wall upholstery also in panels and ceilings too. Walls are treated like large panels. The track is svelte strong track used in every type of installation.

A good reason for changing to new wall system

The system works with pressure, no clips, glue tapes or staples to hold the fabric. Fastened each length of tracks around the perimeter of the wall including opening if you have any. Regarding open doorways, please read the note on the angle bracket. Add the padding to the wall. Sew the width of fabrics together to make it fit on the entire surface. Start by fitting your material from the top into the CES track, using a metal spatula. Stretch all sides and work your way around the wall until well placed. When secure, trim down the fabric and finish inserting the cloth.

Another key point of using a product such as this. Additional decorative trimmings like double welt or flat braid is not required. Above all with CES tracks, you will make clean edge wall upholstery for all style of interiors.

Before installing for a client, get a box of CES, hand tools and make a wall in your workshop or a mock-up. Play with your fabrics. You will enjoy it like many other professionals. This track system is much stronger than what you think.

How does wall track works?

VETHOMAN utilizes extensively these tracks for residential installation. The company has install them in many interiors. They stretched hundreds of yards of wall upholstery with much challenges. We are happy to share with you some of the pictures. All projects were and still successfully accomplished using that particular product. Clean Edge System™ tracks offer the solution for installing fabric in customs homes.

Now you have read what you could do in wall upholstery, watch the mock up videos. Then, get samples of tracks and padding too. See it for yourself.

Dare trying something different!