Bold commercial remodeling ideas for the office
By: Construction DesignWorks, LLC
By Scott Hamele, DBIA (http://constructiondesignworks.net/
Two rooms that add the most value to a house and deserve the most attention are the kitchen and master bathroom. In a commercial office, those two rooms of emphasis are the lobby or reception areas and conference rooms. Creative business interior ideas (http://constructiondesignworks.net/
Fabric wall offers five benefits over conventional commercial remodeling materials
A fabric wall finishing system, such as Fabricmate Wall Finishing Solutions (https://fabricmate.com/
Stretched fabric adds acoustical value to your space. The use of stretched fabric will absorb sound waves and improve sound transmission within the room.
Thousands of colors and patterns are available. Don't like the color after a couple years? Then change it. Fabric is easy to clean and alleviates visible damage.
Most stretch fabric product is fabricated with over 60 percent recycled product. Its adhesives are typically low in or have zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Textiles offer unlimited versatility to custom print your company mission statement, art, graphics, logo or pictures.
If you are considering the use of fabric covering in your next commercial remodeling project, there are three major components to consider.
• Fabric covering — Choose a color and type of fabric that will add life to your room.
• Backing material— Add a quarter to one inch backing behind the fabric to fill the void between the wall and the fabric. This also helps absorb reverberated sound waves.
• Fabric mounting system— This helps define the shape of the fabric wall. It will hold the fabric in place and is typically made from plastic.
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