Transform Glass Panels by Retrofitting Decorative Window Films
Decorative window films are an easy, inexpensive way to add style and functionality to a commercial space or home, but one of the lesser known things about them is how incredibly versatile they are. There are uses for window films in nearly any space, and they can instantly revitalize the look. Here are some of our favorite uses!
Brand An Office Space
If your office has a large window or a glass wall, a custom window film with your company name on it is a classy, easy way to add a custom look to your office space. Window films can be styled in any font or logo design, and you can create a variety of looks to represent your brand – from a Japanese rice paper style to etched glass designs; there’s something for every office.
Using decorative window films is a wonderful to add privacy to rooms where you’d rather not have spectators. For example, an office conference room. You may like the open and airy feeling of a modern office, but now want the feeling of being in a fish bowl during a meeting. Decorative window film options allow you to retain the open feel while adding privacy. Also, in a home setting, the narrow windows on either side of your front door are a great way to add light to your home, but it can be uncomfortable to think that anyone on your doorstep can see straight in. A privacy film on these sidelights allows the light to get in while obscuring the view. You get more privacy without sacrificing on sunlight, and the variety of colors and textures makes it easy to find a style that looks beautiful with your home.
Reduce Skylight Glare
Here is one you may not have thought of. Skylights are a beautiful accent that add a ton of character, but they’re a little less lovely when they’re shining light directly into your face while trying to work or first thing in the morning. If you want to tone down your skylights, a decorative window film can cut the glare while still giving the room that airy, open-to-the-sky feeling that you love. They look great, and they’re far less costly than installing difficult skylight window screens or blinds.
Hide Glass-Front Cabinet Contents
Glass cabinets are justifiably fashionable for their airy, fresh style, but if your cupboards or office cabinets aren’t well sorted, you may be a little embarrassed that everyone can see the disorganized contents. After all, if you wanted to show the world what is inside, you would’ve installed open face shelves instead of cabinets. A decorative glass film hides the mess but keeps the fresh feel of a glass fronted cabinet, and you can pick a texture or color that matches the décor of the space.
If you would like to see all the options available with decorative window films, we’re here to help! To learn more about all the great things a decorative glass film can do for your space, please click HERE. If you have questions about how window film can be implemented into your school, contact one of our Window Film Pros for answers to your questions and to schedule a free, no obligation on-site consultation and estimate.