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The inner and outer doors could only be hung after the fabric had been applied to the inner walls of the practice room. The reason for this is that fabric needed to be tensioned onto the door frame itself, and then the door lining could be added to give a neat finish

.sooundproof room skirting carpetThe inner and outer doors are separated by a 500mm (20") gap. The holes are for ventilation

The inner and outer doors could only be hung after the fabric had been applied to the inner walls of the practice room. The reason for this is that fabric needed to be tensioned onto the door frame itself, and then the door lining could be added to give a neat finish.

Skirting and carpeting

The skirting board is moulded MDF that I painted with a course brush to give it a wood-grained effect.

For the carpet, I got some tough wearing, 50cm x 50cm polypropylene carpet tiles. Unfortunately, the DIY store did not have enough of the beige colour I wanted, so I had to buy the remaining tiles in a different colour. What I ended up with was a blue border about 10cm (4") wide around the outside, main floor area in beige

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sooundproof room skirting carpet A tasteful (?) blue carpet border





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