• What is an upholstered wall?
  • What does it look like?

First of all, fabric on walls, wall upholstery or upholstered walls are all the same. A fabric is applied the walls over a layer of padding.  The stretched fabric with padding created an upholstery effect. So we call it wall upholstery. V.E.THOMAN specializes in this trade, and install fabric in residential interiors. Almost, all fabric installation starts from the floor and ends at ceiling. There is no gluing involved in the process, since  there is no paper.

  • How is a fabric attached to walls?

Some companies fits the fabric with thousands of staples that is the traditional method. Then, hide them by decorative flat braid. While others have thick snap tracks with sticky tapes. Fortunately with progress the majority of installers use different track systems.But some have their limitations for our homes.

Our company uses a completely unique system. Moreover, we have updated the fitting and installation technique. V.E. THOMAN has a simple fabric system making Clean Edge wall upholstery. The best answer is to watch this video upholstered walls, step by step.

  • What is Clean Edge fabric Installation?

It is a track system that eliminates the use of decorative treatment by the wooden frames. The fabric finishes and stop against the molding. Consequently, making edges free from any braids after the installation is complete. VE THOMAN has a track called CES or Clean Edge System™. This track fits all around the room and by all the openings. Watch closely at the video. CES makes remarkable installation.

More video upholstered walls to see on YouTube.

In fact, this track system is used without any problems on walls and ceilings. You may want to see more rooms upholstered. Visit our portfolio to view installations room by room. All type of fabrics are present, solid colors, printed and woven patterns.

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  • What does wall upholstery looks like? See videos and portfolio
  • How is the fabric installed on the walls? With our track system called C.E.S