Frosted window film is a great way to create privacy and area separation in office spaces or meeting rooms. It can also add a striking appeal to your office. Plus, dependent on the type of window film / design used, it can achieve privacy day and night, even when the lights are on.
Why choose office glass frosting?
Frosted or privacy window film is ideal for clear glass in front entry door panels, bathroom glazing, or office partitions. Frosted films have the additional benefit of still allowing daylight, to keep your space light and airy during the day.
Decorative films can also enhance the look and feel of your office or business premises. It’s designed to last long term, but can be easily removed to keep your space updated and relevant.
We can also digitally print or computer cut a customised design to your frosted or coloured film, for a striking, individual design.
Finally, it’s much cheaper than etched glass and is a more flexible option for those renting spaces.
Where can you apply glass frosting?
Glass frosting is an incredibly versatile product that can be used in a variety of settings – including offices, showrooms, retail stores, and more. There are a number of different ways that glass frosting can be used in an office setting, depending on your specific needs and preferences. Here are just a few ideas:
Glass partition walls
If you want to create some privacy between employees or sections of your office, glass frosting can be used to create partition walls. This is especially effective if you want to maintain an open and airy feel in your office space.
Frosted glass doors are becoming increasingly popular in offices – and for good reason. They offer both privacy and style, and can really help to tie together the overall design.
Window frosting is a great way to add privacy to an office while still allowing natural light to come in. It also helps to reduce glare from computer screens and other electronic devices. Frosted windows also create a softer, more relaxing atmosphere.
If you are looking to renovate your office kitchen, the film can also be used on shelves, cabinets, and other glass furniture surfaces.