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A quieter life with sound panels

ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels are soft little discs that reduce the level of noise in a room. You put them together to create cosy curtains, bed canopies, works of art and more, which you can hang from curtain rods or VIDGA curtain track rails. The sides of each panel have different colours to help you set the style.

A bedroom with a SLATTUM bed sitting by a window. Above the bed is a canopy made of ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels.
A bedroom with a SLATTUM bed sitting by a window. Above the bed is a canopy made of ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels.

Less noise, more sleep

Adding ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels near your bed can help you sleep better by reducing the amount of disturbing noise. They’re also a way for you to create a softer, cosier atmosphere. Here the panels are hung from VIDGA curtain track rails to make a canopy.

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A canopy made of ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels hangs over the head of a bed. A wall-mounted TERTIAL work lamp is nearby.
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Room dividers that reduce noise

If you want to use one room for different things, you can divide it up into separate areas with panel curtains that you can make from ODDLAUG panels. Hang the curtains in layers using the VIDGA curtain track system. Just slide the curtains over when you want to screen off an area.

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A bed with a pink bedspread sits in a corner behind a partly open curtain made from ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels.
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Even a little curtain can help

You don’t have to screen off different areas completely to separate them from each other. Here, a narrow curtain made from ODDLAUG panels hanging from a single VIDGA curtain track rail is enough to divide the comfy sofa zone from the home office.

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A narrow curtain made of ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels screens off a home office from an area with a SÖDERHAMN sofa.
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Art your ears will love

Noisy neighbours or is the TV too loud? It’s easy to create your own artwork in any shape and size with ODDLAUG panels and get a quieter home. One way to do this is to hang ODDLAUG panels from a curtain rod on the wall.

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A work of art made from ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels hangs on a wall above LIXHULT metal cabinets in a living room.
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Mix in some curtains

Why not combine what you make from ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels with other curtains and create your own unique window treatment that looks great and helps keep sound at a comfortable level?

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A curtain made of ODDLAUG sound absorbing panels and a sheer curtain hang in a window behind a GLADOM tray table.
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