We recently came across this great article that compares true etched glass to a decorative window film option. Here is what it had to say.
The use of glass in new buildings and retrofit projects continues to increase, and its applications aren’t limited to exterior windows. Glass is being used inside as well, from glass-walled offices and cubicles to partitions and stairways. Using glass on both the interior and exterior allows natural light to flow throughout a building, encourages collaboration and productivity by eliminating visual barriers, and makes a space feel larger.
But plain glass can be a challenge when it comes to creating a unique design. Since glass is used in almost every building, how can you make it stand out?
There are two options to transform the look of glass:
1. Use chemicals to etch the glass surface
2. Apply decorative window film to the glass
As it turns out, decorative window film was preferable to actual etched glass films in these ways:
- Design Options
- Design Time
You can check out the entire article by clicking HERE.
If you would like to learn more about decorative glass films and how they can add privacy or a decorative element to any glass surface, call Sundown Window Tinting today at 866-411-1728 or email us at Info@SundownWT.com. We would be happy to answer any questions, provide a free consultation and give you an estimate on using decorative glass films in your home or commercial space.