help to absorb sound in a room. Easy to make. Each panel consists of a framed piece of canvas ( which we could have some of our artists paint on) with foam inserts!!!

Decorative Sound Absorbing Panels

This is a great sound-absorbing idea: music room, home theater room. decorated canvas, stuffed with the foam stuff, hang it on the walls for good acoustics

These Scale-Shaped Tiles Will Soundproof Your Room With Style

These Scale-Shaped Tiles Will Soundproof Your Room With Style

Fun idea for youth room stone designs accentuates walls with ginkgo acoustic panels - designboom

Sound proofing wall panels!!! So much cooler looking then most I've seen!!

Polyester fibre decorative acoustical panels SOUNDWAVE® FLO by Offecct design Karim Rashid

Okay, so these are very cool. They'd look great on high walls. Hexagon wall tiles from Form Us With Love.

Colorful Hexagonal Wall Tiles Made From Sound-Absorbing "Wood Wool"

Hexagon wall tiles from Form Us With Love. Made of wood wool cement . Bachman More ideas for your big wall.

DIY Sound Proof Panels (Step-by-Step) | Deacon Tim's Audio Corner

DIY Sound Proof Panels (Step-by-Step)

If you have noise problems in your apartment like traffic, trains, or barking dogs, we can help. Check out these handy tips to sound proofing your apartment and get peace of mind.

Soundproofing Hacks for Rooms and Apartments

sewBOLD: Tutorial: Draft Stopper + Noise Muffler=Sleep Sweeter *Sew premeasured rectangles right sides together, turn right side out, sew about in on each long side, stuff outter compartments, sew up end. Keeps drafty air from coming in.

Peel + stick cork wall tiles! Each set covers 20 square feet for instant bulletin board + sound proofing + style. #cork #linkinprofile

Each set covers 20 square feet for instant bulletin board + sound proofing + style.

Room Soundproofing

How to Achieve a Soundproof Room Without Breaking The Bank

Room Soundproofing

Windows and doors tend to be the weakest link in your sound defense. Weatherstrip all points where sashes meet jambs, headers, and sills. In addition, fill any tiny gaps around moldings with an acoustical caulk sealant.

Weatherstrip Windows Windows and doors tend to be the weakest link in your sound defense. Weatherstrip all points where sashes meet jambs, headers, and sills. In addition, fill any tiny gaps around moldings with an acoustical caulk sealant.

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