Line-Em-Up

Line ‘Em Up

Justin Spina from New Beginnings Family Church in Monrovia, CA brings us this linear design.

To create this set they used primed 8ft MDF. They cut the MDF in half. The MDF they bought was 3 different shades of grey and 2 accent colors. Then they attached the MDF to 8ft and 7ft metal frames.

The center projection was a short throw projector that they got from Camron Ware‘s design: Texturesized.

20 responses to Line ‘Em Up

  1. looks realy really great…. great look for a church with a pretty low ceiling.

    What did you use to light up the slats?

    If those are LED’s, do you try different colors hitting the white and grey slats?

    once again… great job.

  2. Hey James. Thanks for the comment. The slats are lit with american dj leds. They light up really good with different colors. That is why we did three different greys to reflect different color shades.

  3. Looks great. I will be using your idea this summer at camp.

    I was wondering if you cut the wood lengthwise and turned them vertically would it make the room look bigger?

  4. Do you know the names of the colors that you used?

  5. Where did you get the MDF?

  6. What type of paint was used? I’ve heard that MDF just comes in a natural wood finish. Did you paint on top of that?

  7. The MDF comes primed. The paint is behr flat enamel.

  8. Is the lighting from above, floor, or both? And, did you use colored or white lighting on the slats?
    Thx!

  9. They are light from above with LED lights.

  10. Sorry to bother… But, did you use more white LED’s or colored?

    • Hey Tiffany,

      They are color LEDS. American DJ Punch LED Pro. They run around $199 Each. I have 8 of them lighting that.

  11. Is there any kind of drapery behind for the black out effect?

  12. Hello Justin,

    Quick question, can you give some more details about the metal frames you used to hang the boards from? If you had a picture of it that would be great.

    Thanks for sharing!

  13. What color is the accent color of the slats? We are trying to achieve a similar look for our stage design.

  14. How much did this project cost?

  15. What’s the height if this ceiling

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