This dark colored plank wood flooring beautifully complements the stark white elements of this shop. The distressed finish provides a nice juxtaposition to the modern design touches present in the ceramic panels, inset displays and glass top counter. Simply stunning!
Some blinds block out natural light completely. Others allow just the right amount of light to enter your room so that you can avoid the glare while taking advantage of the benefits of sunlight, such as improved concentration.
Looking for inspiration for your home decoration? Check out these pictures of living rooms, kitchens and studies to see how you can use wall decorations and lighting to make your house look bigger and brighter.
One of the best, most versatile approaches to window coverings is the honeycomb window shade. Sometimes this style is also called a cellular shade, and because there are a variety of materials and options available, different honeycomb window shades will have different features. There are a few things you can count on, though.
All honeycomb shades will do the following:
- Allow for easily adjustable light by drawing easily for partial exposure.
- Provide UV blockage while still allowing light into the room.
- Match the room’s decor with customizable sizes and colors.
- Provide light sound protection from external noise pollution.
These features really make this style an attractive and cost-conscious option that gets even better when these features are combined with the light impact on the room’s appearance and the ease of use that sets this style of shade apart.
Depending on the kind of honeycomb shades you buy, the materials will allow for more or less light to come through, allowing for this design style to come in materials that fit any room or lighting situation. These same factors also change the shades’ ability to muffle exterior noise, and finding the best fit for a given room often means weighing the two options against each other. Luckily, with a diversity of materials and designs, there is a honeycomb window shade for everyone that fits every room. To learn more about honeycomb window shades in Cary, click here.
Sound control in an office setting is not just the auditory equivalent of office plants that create a pleasing visual effect. A quieter office may be a more comfortable one, but a too noisy office decreases productivity and is a major detriment to office work and employee satisfaction. Here some of the ways sound control panels can reduce noise in different office environments.
1. Reducing Echo
Large offices such as schools and hospitals have echo problems. Often due to budget constraints they have to use the same rooms for different functions and administrative work. In small rooms echo is worse because it bounces faster off the walls. This makes it harder to understand what other people are saying.
2. Muting white noise
Offices with a lot of technical equipment like computers, printers and fax machines suffer from the hum of fans and motors which create white noise. These offices tend to be sparse in other kinds of furniture or carpeting that can absorb the sound. In large rooms this noise can become distracting to employees and an impediment to communication.
3. Limiting the range of background talk
Offices where detailed work requires long periods of concentration such as those which employ writers, engineers, and programmers are disrupted by too much noise, but the worst culprit is irrelevant speech. Hearing others talk about anything not related to the task at hand is a productivity killer.
If space design cannot be easily controlled to reduce distracting noise, sound proofing is a must. To learn more about sound control panels in San Diego, visit this website.
A noisy office reduces employee productivity. Workers can’t hear customers on the phone, or they feel self conscious about talking in meetings if they can be heard through the walls. Noise causes distractions and makes it hard for employees to concentrate. If you would like a quieter office, consider these benefits of sound control panels.
1. Minimize Stress
A noisy environment increases stress among your employees as they struggle to focus on their tasks and communicate with each other. This can lead to an increase in anger, apathy and making mistakes. It can also lead to health problems such as headaches and high blood pressure.
2. Hear Yourself Think
Surprisingly, noise can interfere with your ability to hear yourself. People carry on inner dialogue when working on tasks and solving problems. The intrusion of noise, especially of other people talking, disrupts this inner talk and makes it harder to accomplish your own work.
3. Increase Confidentiality
This is more important in some offices than others, but all workplaces need privacy. If your discussions with clients or other employees are always at risk of being overheard, people will stop talking about important subjects and develop anxiety. The effectiveness of the workplace will suffer.
If noise is becoming a problem in your office, there are some simple ways to address it without breaking your budget. To learn more about sound control panels in San Diego, visit this website.
Presented jointly by Mahmud and Hasan Jafri of Dover Rug & Home and Eric Haydel, Principal of EMH Designs and President of ASID-NE… read more