Fabrics

Although most fabrics work well with FabricWall’s Track System, it is imperative to choose a fabric that fits and holds in the track selected. All of FabricWall’s standard, upgrade and premium fabrics have been tested and work well with the track system. FabricWall offers very competitive pricing on these fabrics and a variety of others. When using your own fabric selection, we always recommend a mock-up. Please contact us if needing a larger selection of tested fabrics.

VistaSpan

Wide-Span Stretch Fabric. Custom Printing Available.

Standard Fabrics

Note: the color samples are digitally reproduced and may not accurately depict the actual colors.

Upgrade Fabrics

Note: the color samples are digitally reproduced and may not accurately depict the actual colors.

Premium Fabrics

Note: the color samples are digitally reproduced and may not accurately depict the actual colors.

Custom Digital Printing

Use your digital picture or artwork to transform your fabric into a work of art, a corporate logo, a mural, a unique pattern, a message board or advertisement for walls and ceilings.

Fabrics to Avoid

While most fabrics work well in FabricWall’s Track System, there are a few fabrics we do not recommend.

  • Fabrics with nylon or rayon content
  • Fabrics with an open, loose weave
  • Fabrics that are too thick or thin

FabricWall keeps a history of fabrics we have used and tested with the track system. If you are considering using one of your own fabrics, please contact us to see if we have information available. If we do not have this information, we recommend a mock-up.

Pattern Fabrics

Pattern fabrics can be aligned using FabricWall’s Track System. It is important to know that using patterned fabric requires additional labor, additional fabric, and directional application of the fabric. Please contact us for more information.

Directional Fabrics

Directional fabrics are similar to patterned fabrics in that the fabric must run the same direction for the entire project; however, there is no pattern matching at the edge of each panel. When selecting a directional fabric, make sure the fabric size and panel layout allow for the fabric to run the same direction throughout the project.