Here is a shot of my 10'x10' booth I have been assembling. I built the panels myself using plans from e-Bay. The panels are interchangeable with MD parts. I am using MD pieces to join the half panels together, as well as the lighting setup. Lighting is from 4 LED PAR38 floods (they are not on in the shot). I made the weights from 3" PVC. They are 5' long, and weigh in at 40 lbs. each. I decided to carpet the front ones to match the panels & furniture. Please excuse the hideous concrete (I need to powerwash my patio now that the weather is breaking) :-)
The other furniture pieces are also from MD.
The canopy is an EZ Up Eclipse II. I sprayed a gallon of Starbrite waterproofing on the top to waterproof it. I haven't tested it with water yet, but it should stay pretty dry.
Eventually, I will add panels down the sides, but this will be good enough to get me through a few shows this year.
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I look forward to seeing your results! I have a rug now, but don't have any pics with it in place. It's 2 tone gray checkered. Works nice with the walls.
I have recently bought Ernie's plans as well, and an working on getting the materials together to do a test panel. I was wondering, did you build the desks and bins as well? Those plans aren't part of the walls package, are they available somewhere else?
no, I bought them from Pro Panels. They match very nicely.
That's what I was afraid of... they matched the walls so well I thought you might have made them.
Here is a night pic. I wanted to see how my lighting was going to look (I have at least one show that runs to 10pm this year, and will need the light).
They look great. I may try my hand at it. I have felt like a barrier for getting into better shows is my lack of good walls (at least I tell myself that is the reason ; ). Budget has kept me from buying pro panels so this may be just the ticket.
Have a great day.
Here is a closer view of one of the weights, for those interested...
We put handles on ours to make them easier to carry.
I see you have StaBars, why not lay the weights down and attach them to the StaBars?