FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sereneview® Brings More Natural Healing to Healthcare
CONTACT: Ernie Rodriguez 310.510.0541
AVALON, Calif. – May 1, 2008 – Sereneview®, the innovator of picturesque wall murals, privacy curtains and overhead lightboxes for clinical healthcare environments, announced that it has expanded its product line to better meet designers’ creative visions. The new nature motifs, which include five photographic patterns and seven scenes in four new colors and two fabrics, easily integrate with new or existing décor. Designers can determine, preview, and select the best patterns, scenes, colors, and fabrics for their concepts with Sereneview’s online Curtain Builder (www.sereneview.com).
Sereneview was founded by photographer Ernesto Rodriguez in 2002 in response to research data indicating that, when people view nature, it lowers their blood pressure, lessens their anxiety, and reduces the need for pain medication, all of which can lead to shorter hospital stays. And as a fellow artist, Rodriguez has broken new ground to provide designers with creative ways to incorporate elements of nature through murals, curtains, and lighting.
“Our new scenes, patterns, and colors—including our new aquarium scene for pediatric settings—perfectly complement our existing offerings and give designers even more choices,” said Rodriguez. “Our goal is to provide the beautiful images and practical tools they need to complete their work and ultimately help hospitals and practitioners enhance healing by making their facilities more inviting and soothing for patients and employees alike.”
Sereneview products are in use in more than 500 healthcare facilities nationwide. The company’s line of murals, privacy curtains and lighting overheads feature complementary designs and patterns, and can be customized to a facility’s exact specifications. Sereneview curtains are made with washable, antibacterial, latex-free, fire retardant materials, making them sanitary and fully code compliant.
To learn more about the company, review associated research findings, view current designs and sample installations, or download a complete catalog, visit