Well, I’ve tentatively decided on using old painted drop clothes as the wall materials. But you couldn’t do that for the ceiling. Of course not. That would be silly! So, I might have a new plan. What’s blue, squishy, sound absorbing, sound creating, and is used to protect kayaks in shipping? That’s right, Bubble wrap!
I went to a party last night, and a local gallery owner, Kimi, was there. We were talking about the house project, and trying to figure out something to use to cover the ceiling. For some reason, she has a ton of this bubble wrap stuff. It’s a lot thicker than regular bubble wrap… almost more like a tarp. It’s two sided, one side has a blue film on it.
But if you iron it between some wax paper, it kind of fuses together forming a single piece.
The blue is a little much, but it looks nicely muted from the other side. Plus it has a rather interesting texture. And it’d be great for when you jump out bed in the loft too quickly and bump your head.
I can’t decide if this has passed the line of being too stupid. It could look cool, or just look really chincy. Not sure. Any thoughts people?
She has about 7 or 8 more rolls this size. So there is definately enough. Just not sure if it is a good idea. Well, with flagrant indecisiveness, bye. -Ted