Identifying which type of blinds would match an interior’s color, design and furniture is the first factor and one of the most crucial when purchasing for one’s home or office. But often overlooked are the blinds’ components and structure as well as appropriateness of such to external surroundings. In today’s article, we will be venturing into the openness factor of blinds, specifically for our client who opted for sheer roll up blinds instead of blackout ones to permit more light.Continue reading
Kitchens in households serve as a very busy and functional place, especially if family members are to prepare meals and snacks multiple times in a day. When spaces allotted for kitchens are minimal, clients are to find ways to still create partitions between such and other parts of the house. Our Mandaluyong client had accordion doors installed to create such divisions and give the interior a neater impression.Continue reading
Achieving productivity and accomplishing tasks at work is one thing and keeping the workplace environment clean and intact is another. This is why workplaces need to be ideal and comfortable for employers and employees. Our Manila installation of PVC Wood Blinds for our client’s office setup sets as an example for such. In today’s article, we will talk about how faux wood blinds do the job for offices as much as it does for residential interiors.Continue reading
Inside mounting of window blinds or even curtains are more technical than outside mounting when it comes to measurement and installation. For most window blinds like roller or combi blinds, at least 3 inches of depth is needed for a fully recessed finish. If protruded installation is acceptable, at least 2.5 inches of depth is required. However, for venetian blinds (aka mini blinds) only 1 inch is required to fully recess it in an inside mounting installation.
There are several cases where inside mounting the blinds is not possible because the depth is too narrow so the only possible solution is to outside mount it. Continue reading
In this blog we’ll discuss the difference between PVC and Fabric vertical blinds. Both of these type of blinds are vertically oriented. It both consist of blades that are attached at the railing using a type of hook. It is also operated using the same fashion. The first is by pulling a cord to change the angle of the blade thereby controlling the amount of light entering your room. The second is to pull another string to move all the blades to the left or to the right depending on your preference. When it comes to designs, both PVC and fabric vertical blinds have a wide selection of beautiful designs.
The difference between the two are the material used. PVC vertical blinds, like its name, is made of a type of durable but light plastic. Fabric vertical blinds, like the name suggest, is made of thick fabric. The above photo is selected to demonstrate how light penetrates a fabric vertical blinds. Unlike PVC as you will see later, it can give a bit of light in the room even if it is totally closed. This, to some people, is preferable especially in the living room or kitchen where there are not much sense to block all light 100%. Continue reading
Today, we’ll be presenting some of our vinyl wallpaper projects in Batangas area. DS Windows and Walls have been operating in Batangas, Laguna, Cavite and Quezon area for over 10 years. Our satisfied clients over the years are familiar with our window blinds and shades, folding doors, and carpet product lines but not generally know that we also supply and install vinyl wallpapers. For CALABARZON area you may contact Jing Libardo at (Globe) 0932-373-2050.
May it be for decorating and other convenient purposes, clients usually tend to go for products that are easy to use and require less maintenance. Take combi blinds for example. This type of blinds is very stylish and is now preferable to curtains. Also, these trendy combi blinds are now fitting to any type of interior, having various styles to choose from and are very much customizable as according to client’s light intake preferences.
Curtains are still often the first choice when it comes to covering and enhancing a room’s atmosphere and appearance. But with the uprise of the use of window blinds and its varying types, clients now have another useful alternative for the traditional curtain use. Focusing on combi blinds as this alternative, let’s have a look to the pros of its use.
One of the most popular do-it-yourself designs for a dining area is using color schemes theme. One of our client in Marikina which we’re featuring in this article used green color pattern with different hues in their dining room. Anyone can create color scheme, but not everybody can make it work and accomplish something beautiful with the right balance of color combination. Some even end up a disaster by overdoing it with wrong color arrangement and matching.
To avoid any catastrophe, firstly, select a color for your dining area with inspirational color combination with different tones that will suit one another. Think about the ambiance that you would generate and consider about the size of the area and whether you need to use color to visually enlarge the room or to make it feel more comfortable and intimate. Continue reading
Recently a lot of homeowners choose window blinds over curtains and draperies. Aside from the fact that it can block direct sunlight from coming in and achieve maximum level of privacy for your room, one can also use window blinds to add style to your home. Among the many types of blinds, the wood blinds will always be a kind of window treatment that never gets old or out of fashion.
These blinds are made from real wood with a wide selection of colors that are easy to blend to any chosen home décor and motif as well as features, furniture, flooring and cabinets especially ones that comes in wood finish. Continue reading
Living in the city is bitter sweet. You get to have all the modern lifestyle luxuries but at the same time experience some of the city inconveniences. People are always busy and in a hurry. Roadway noise, air pollution and heavy traffic are just typical things we experience in our daily city travel and commute. Despite all this, more and more people still want to stay and live in the city where high paying work opportunities are abundant.
Our featured client, who is a foreign expat, rented a 3 bedroom house in Ayala Alabang which is a perfect place to unwind and find peace and serenity inside a busy city. He specifically chose a plain beige color combi shade blinds (also known as duo shades or zebra blinds) for his new place that adds not only privacy but also to project style in his interior. Continue reading