Decorative Flat Glass Film
Make a lasting impression with Greenlight Window Films' commercial decorative window films. Our films provide privacy, branding, and design elements that can help elevate the look of your business.
Decorative Window Film Can Enhance Any Commercial Space
How It Works
Textured film is typically made by using a vinyl material with a unique texture printed on it. This texture diffuses the light that passes through it, causing it to scatter in many different directions. Without the light being focused in a single direction, it drastically increases privacy while retaining a unique and beautiful fractal aesthetic.
Frosted films are created by sandblasting the surface of the film to create a matte finish that obscures visibility but still allows light through. These types of films are great for meeting rooms that need to be private without feeling claustrophobic.
Etched films have a similar creation process to textured films – first the design is created in a program like CAD and then printed and laminated onto the glass with a specially designed window film printer.
Keep in mind, these are just a few examples and there are many more varieties to choose from, all with their own unique aesthetic and design process!
Which Film Is Best For You?
If your commercial space needs a touch of elegance and sophistication then etched window film may be for you. Typically found in hotels, restaurants, and retail stores, etched film overhauls the ambience of an entryway or lobby by adding stunning, decorative style. It’s perfect for first impressions on customers and projects taste as well as professional decorum. Plus, installation is easy and affordable; so you get an impressive decorative finish without spending too much money.
Frosted film, is a handy solution for privacy-sensitive areas such as conference rooms, meeting rooms, and private offices. This solution has a lot of flexibility and has no problem feeling cohesive with any type of décor. Commercial environments such as legal and medical offices, as well as schools and even hospitals can take a decorative approach to privacy, in the process creating an aesthetically pleasing environment that blends harmoniously into the existing décor.