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Basic guide to help you create your own acoustic fabric-wrapped panel


Creating a DIY acoustic fabric-wrapped panel is a cost-effective and customizable way to improve the acoustics of a room. These panels can be made with readily available materials and offer flexibility in terms of size, shape, and fabric selection. Here's a basic guide to help you create your own acoustic fabric-wrapped panel:

Materials Needed:

1. Acoustic Core Material:

  - Options: Fiberglass panels, mineral wool, or acoustic foam are commonly used as the core material.

  - Density: Choose a core material with sufficient density to absorb sound effectively.

2. Wooden Frame:

  - Material: Use plywood or medium-density fiberboard (MDF) to create the frame.

  - Thickness: Typically, 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch thickness is suitable.

3. Fabric:

  - Acoustic Fabric: Choose a breathable fabric designed for acoustic applications. Guilford of Maine and other acoustic fabric manufacturers offer a wide range of options.

  - Quantity: Ensure you have enough fabric to cover the entire panel with some excess for wrapping around the edges.

4. Adhesive:

  - Spray Adhesive: High-quality spray adhesive for attaching the fabric to the panel.

  - Wood Glue: If you're assembling a wooden frame, use wood glue to join the pieces together.

5. Mounting Hardware:

  - French Cleat or Z-Clip: For wall mounting. A French cleat provides a secure and adjustable mounting solution.

  - Screws: To attach the cleat or z-clip to the panel.

6. Tools:

  - Saw: For cutting the frame and core material to the desired size.

  - Staple Gun: To attach the fabric to the frame.

  - Measuring Tape and Ruler: For accurate measurements.

  - Utility Knife or Scissors: For cutting fabric.


1. Design and Measure:

  - Determine the size of the panel based on the dimensions of the wall and the acoustic requirements of the space.

  - Cut the wooden frame pieces to the desired size.

2. Assemble the Frame:

  - Use wood glue to join the frame pieces together.

  - Reinforce the corners with wood screws for added strength.

3. Cut the Acoustic Core:

  - Cut the acoustic core material to fit inside the frame. Use a saw or utility knife for precision.

4. Attach the Core to the Frame:

  - Apply adhesive to the frame and press the acoustic core into place.

  - Allow the adhesive to dry completely.

5. Wrap the Panel with Fabric:

  - Lay the fabric face down and place the panel in the center.

  - Pull the fabric tightly over the panel, starting from one side.

  - Use a staple gun to secure the fabric to the back of the frame.

  - Trim excess fabric as needed.

6. Mounting:

  - Attach a French cleat or z-clip to the back of the panel for wall mounting.

7. Install:

  - Hang the panel on the wall, ensuring it is securely fastened.


- Choose a fabric color and pattern that complements the room's design.

- Experiment with different core materials to achieve the desired acoustic performance.

- If making multiple panels, ensure consistency in size and design for a cohesive look.

Creating DIY acoustic fabric-wrapped panels allows for customization to suit your specific needs and aesthetics while providing effective sound absorption for your space.

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