Looking for tips/guidance for replacing the fabric on cubicles
I took on a huge project! It's huge because there are in fact many cubicles but really huge because I am the most uncrafty, unhandy, unskilled DIY'er)! I will be replacing the fabric on the cubicles at my office. I'm not so worried about selecting the fabric and I know I need to get exact measurements of what I need before going to the fabric store. But I do have 2 main questions that I need your help with:
Question 1: Fabric Color & texture
I would like your suggestions on colors. I was thinking something bold and bright like turquoise - but I'm not sure what would go with that- as you can see there are three panels on each cubicle, so I'd like to use three colors. The flooring (see picture below) is a natural color laminate. Walls of the office are cream/white and it's a very bright space with lots of windows. In addition, should I get the same kind of textured fabric?
Question 2: How to re-upholster
This is my big question. As you can see from the picture below, they fabric was originally glued on- not sewn. How do I do that? Fabric glue? Glue gun? Some other kind of glue? This is my real fear!
Thank you in advance for your help. I am so excited about this and I know it's going to look great. Can't wait to share after pictures with you.
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