Decorative windows are a gorgeous home accent, but the cost of specialized glass can be far outside your budget. Window film lets you achieve the same look without the high price tag. Let’s explore just a few of the many ways you can use decorative window film!
Wall and window murals are growing in popularity. They’re fun to look at and can be used to recreate almost any look without the high cost of special glass. Use opaque films to create a sense of privacy and keep light out. Transparent and translucent varieties can be used to create an image and partially let in light. Colored window films can be used to mimic the look of stained glass.
Instead of buying special glass for your glass shower doors, you can add whimsical or geometric patterns to increase privacy while adding a touch of class to your daily routine
Transom and clerestory windows are a gorgeous home accent, but it can be difficult to block out sunlight due to their unusual shape. Window coverings often affect the aesthetics or become expensive. Window film can be cut to the exact shape you need and provide a decorative solution to that annoying glare.
Have you always longed for the beauty of stained glass in the panes around your front door or in another area of your home? Colored window film can be used to recreate this gorgeous and rustic look without the expense of cutting and installing individual glass tiles.
Does one of the rooms in your home look out over an alley, a neighbor’s yard that could use a little upkeep, a construction area or a brick wall? Whatever ugly view is out there, you don’t have to look at it anymore! Window film can hide the ugly but still let in natural light.
Whether you have nosey neighbors or want to reduce glare from the side windows around your front door, window film is an inexpensive way to decorate those windows while maintaining the privacy of your home.
Perfect for libraries, bedrooms, dens and other cozy areas of your home, window film help create that perfect ambiance.
Many plants benefit from indirect sunlight. Yet many porches and home windows let in too much light. Window film can be used to change the amount of light let in through the window. There are many different shades to choose from, which means you can find the perfect option to help your plants live all year round.
Rather than using simple colored squares, you can use colored window film to recreate your favorite stained glass images. Frosted film can be cut into simple, delicate shapes you can use as accents in the corners of windows or in the panes of glass on your front door.
If you want the beautiful look of decorative windows without the high price, contact Team Acme today and let us help you create the look you want with decorative window film.