Monday, October 22, 2012

Fauxwood Blinds for Unique Interior Design of Conference Hall: Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines

A Conference hall, whether big or small, is an essential part of any workplace, but is commonly decorated in traditional, dull or boring styles that are less than encouraging when it comes to creativity. If you want to uphold creative thinking in the workplace, try to design your conference hall in a unique style that varies from the rest of your office. Designing a small conference hall with a comfortable space that motivates people to discuss creative ideas can lead to innovations.

The color palette sets the mood in the room, triggers different emotions and influences reactions. For small conference hall, stick to a lighter color so it does not appear overcrowded and to make it look larger. For the furniture, the table and chairs are one the most essential pieces in a conference hall, but it is important to take first accurate measurements before purchasing any chairs or tables. For the window treatment, you may opt to use Fauxwood Blinds to make it unique.

Fauxwood Blinds Installation at Quezon City, Philippines
Fauxwood Blinds are PVC wood-like blinds that give a modern yet stylish look whether it is for residential, offices or conference windows. Like other blinds, its functionality and durability meets the client’s wants and needs. Our client from Sgt. Esquerra Avenue, Quezon City opted to use Cherrywood Fauxwood Blinds for their conference hall. Using these Fauxwood blinds, their conference hall looks unique from other offices.

Cherrywood Color of Fauxwood Blinds
In DS Windows & Walls, we render our services for any kind of establishment and offer our different and outstanding kinds of blinds that make your rooms or offices look stylish and unique. For more details, call us at (02) 403-3262 / 0916-311-3909 or e-mail us at You can also visit our showrooms located at   4th Level Waltermart, Makati City, 3rd Level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City and 2nd Level Pacific Mall, Lucena City. You can also visit our website at      

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