Coroplast. Two Ways.

Mason McGill from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Seaford, Delaware brings us this Coroplast design.

From Mason: This was our most economical stage design to this day (less than $100). We readjusted our Coroplast screen to a smaller size by moving the panels and readjusted our lights. We purchased 4 packs of white vertical blinds (84 inch) from our local home improvement store. The vertical blinds are easy to work with and was cut with a paper cutter. They are spaced 6 inches apart in a consistent pattern in the center. We were a little more flexible on the sides.

9 responses to Coroplast. Two Ways.

  1. This is amazing! I’m in NJ and would like the same design for a live recording. How can I contact you?

  2. Hey cool design, what kind of projection are you using Front or Rear?

  3. Hey
    Cool Design,
    What kind of projection are you using Front or Rear?

  4. Nabhira Mascorro May 6, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    I love how the blinds’ pattern causes the stage to look waaaaay bigger than it is through a depth illusion.
    Functionally, do you keep your center stage clear the whole service or is that just for the pics?

    • We try to keep it clear for the whole service, we have two podiums one for a iPad and one if we use laptops.

  5. Hello, great looking design! Really enhanced the space.
    A few questions, what lights are you using and where did purchase?
    Also had did you secure the screen and blinds?

  6. Dennis Foendoe March 15, 2019 at 1:53 pm

    Hello Mason, can you send the welcome picture file so I can just remove the text below?

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