In every house, one of the most important parts is the kitchen. Kitchen is a room where the food is cooked and prepared. Kitchen is the heart of the home. This is a place where the health of the family is at stake not only the physical health, but also the mental, spiritual and emotional aspects of every family member. It is the place where values and ethics are mold. In the West, a modern residential kitchen is typically equipped with a stove, a sink with hot and cold running water, a refrigerator and kitchen cabinets arranged according to a modular design. Many households have a microwave oven, a dishwasher and other electric appliances. The main function of a kitchen is for cooking or preparing food, but it may also be used for dining, food storage, entertaining, dish washing and laundry.
Our Client from Batasan Hills, Quezon City opted for a Roller Blinds for their kitchen sink and dining window. They purchased a sunscreen material for kitchen sink to let some air inside which is necessary especially when cooking. The advantage of roller blinds for your kitchen sink is that it is made of polyester material where stain can be easily removed. For their dining area, they opted for blackout material of Roller Blinds to fully enjoy complete privacy.
DS Windows & Walls offers different kinds of blinds like Combi Blinds, Mini Blinds, PVC and Fabric Vertical Blinds, Wood and Fauxwood Blinds and Roller Blinds with different thickness of fabric. DS Windows and Walls is open to install and deliver products in provinces. Aside from window blinds, we also have Vinyl Wallpapers, PVC Accordion Doors and Carpets. For further inquiries regarding our products and services, just call us at (02) 893-1373/ (02) 403-3262 / 0916-311-3909 or email us at email@example.com. You may also visit our stores located at 2nd level Pacific Mall Lucena City, 3rd Level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City and 4th Level Waltermart, Makati City. You may also browse our Facebook Page and like us at https://www.facebook.com/windowblindsphilippines.
- Posted by Jacqueline Casale
- On December 5, 2013
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