How do you make a high ceiling room less echoey?
- Install acoustic panels to enhance sound absorption.
- Soften solid surfaces with rugs and curtains.
- Use acoustic ceiling tiles.
- Fill the room with furniture.
- Cover the walls with 3D wallpaper.
- Hang wall and textile art on parallel walls.
- Insulation by FiberGlass.
How do you absorb sound in a high ceiling room? One covering option is to hang wall art. Large decorative art, particularly pieces made of fabrics, canvas and/or wood, work well as their materials absorb more sound than pieces made with metal or glass. However, the most direct way of reducing sound is to use acoustic paneling or tiles on the walls.
How do I stop my room from echoing?
- Hang Soft Curtains (or Tapestries)
- Replace Metal Blinds with Fabric Blinds.
- Add Fluffy Rugs or Carpeting.
- Get Couch Crazy.
- Fill Up the Bookshelves.
- Add Sound-Absorbing Plants.
- Bring in Some Cushions and Blankets.
- Mount Acoustic Foam and Fabric Panels.
Do high ceilings cause echo? A room with a tall ceiling is visually appealing and can feel very comfortable and spacious. However, high ceilings can also result in severe echoes in the room. The presence of this significant empty space promotes the bouncing around of sound waves that can make echoing a real problem.