In our last post, we told you that window tinting isn’t just for your car and why. Now that we’ve piqued your interest, you might be wondering about how to use window tinting and how you can use window tints to add a bit of style to your home.
Just like there are decorative and personalized window film options for your vehicle, there’s also decorative window film for your home. Below are 5 ideas for how to use decorative window tints on your home’s windows to inspire you.
1.Visibility: Have you or one of your children or pets ever walked into a completely clear sliding glass door because you thought it was open? Ouch! Right? By applying a decorative window tint, you can add some style to your home while keeping your family and pets safe from broken glass and concussions.
2.Stained-glass: Do you love the look of stained-glass, but not the expense? The good news is, you can have the look of stained-glass in your home by having window film applied to a window that’s designed to look like stained-glass and isn’t difficult to install or maintain the way real stained-glass is.
3.Superheroes, Cartoons & Animals: Decorate your children’s’ rooms and bathrooms with decorative window film on their windows or the glass shower door. Window film comes in all kinds of kid-friendly designs including superheroes, cartoon characters, animals, dinosaurs, sea creatures and more.
4.Floral: Are flowers your thing? You’re in luck. There are plenty of window tints in floral patterns to delight even the pickiest of flower lovers. Plus floral designs can be combined with other designs or used in children’s rooms too.
5.Frost: Frosted window film is a type of window tint that’s extremely versatile. It can come in a variety of textures, have a stenciled design or even just work on its own. It’s a great alternative to darker tints when you want privacy, but don’t want your windows to look black.
No matter what type of decorative window film you choose, all of them are great for hiding an ugly view, or giving you added privacy from prying eyes, such as when you’re in a bathroom with a window that’s visible to your neighbor.
Whether you’re considering clear window tint or something with a design, we hope our tips have given you some ideas. If you’re stuck or have ideas you’d like to share, comment below or contact us today. We’d love to hear from you.
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