A way to add color and insulation to an old plaster wall without major construction.

I used insulation foam boards, cut into 15"x15" squares. Than I covered each with batting and fabric using duct tape. To hang on the wall I used double-sided velcro so they can be taken down to clean, or rearranged. It really made this drafty room so much warmer.
My Quilt Wall

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  • Jackie
    on Oct 22, 2016

    Thank you. Im going to try this in my new apartment!

  • K S
    on Feb 22, 2018

    Thank you. Trying to add texture and insulation to a playroom wall. Maybe colorful bandanas?
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