Home Theater Upholstered Doors and Walls

Custom Upholstered doors and walls for a variety of home theaters around Springfield, IL. Used a mix of faux leathers, unique upholstery tacks, and interesting pulls or featured windows.
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Custom Upholstered Theater Doors with film reel handle
“upholstered door” — 3jerry3
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Custom Upholstered Theater Doors with film reel handle
“upholstered doors” — Magnan Power Architecture
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Custom Upholstered Theater Door with tacks and window
“Clean look, but what does that door lead to - we just have to find out! Exquisite!” — JEM Personalized Interiors, LLC
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Custom Upholstered Theater Door with tacks and window
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Custom Upholstered Theater Door with tacks and window
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Custom Upholstered Theater Door with oversized upholstery tacks and vintage pull
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Walls in home theater upholstered with velvet and accent fabric, cording and tacks, design worked around speaker layout. Side walls and front of theater had chocolate brown velvet drapery, motorized drapery with bullion fringe at screen so remote control dimmed lights, opened curtain, and began AV equipment. Project won International Window Coverings Design Competition in "Won...More
“Love the complexity of the treatment layering, but the clean lines that evolved on this wall. Motor” — JEM Personalized Interiors, LLC
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solid core doors prepared for upholstery - note wide gap necessary for pair of doors, otherwise film reel handles will hit each other when opening
“Old film reel looking door handle” — Mary Bukhari
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used large 1" welt along the opening edge of door to create a "bumper" and rounded edge to fill in that gap in previous photo, and seal the light gap into the theater
“How to upholster door” — Mary Bukhari
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solid core door wrapped in 2 layers of upholstery batting - about 3/4" thickness is adequate, ready to be covered with faux leather .
“How to upholster door 2” — Mary Bukhari
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trimming batting along hinge edge of door to minimize bulk.
“How to upholster door 3” — Mary Bukhari
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