Glass is a significant part of most residential and commercial spaces. With that being the case, doesn’t it make sense that you make the most of these surfaces? That is where decorative glass can make a big difference. However, actual custom decorative glass can be very costly. Fortunately, you can retrofit a decorative film onto your existing glass panels much more cost effectively. This article was written to illustrate just a few ways that decorative films can be used to enhance the glass in your space.
Three Uses for Decorative Glass Films
- Improve Privacy With Decorative Privacy Glass Films – Whether you are looking for complete privacy or just a visual break, decorative glass films can be retrofitted to existing glass panels to achieve precisely the look you want. Check out this gallery of just some of the ways we have added varying degrees of privacy to these spaces.
- Add Company Branding to Glass – Whether in an entryway, offices or a conference room, glass panels are a perfect place to cost effectively add company branding. Because these films retrofit to existing glass, they can also be removed easily making them perfect for leased spaces. This is great way to upgrade the look on company spaces. Check out this gallery of several ways companies have used these films to enhance their space.
- Add Decorative Elements to Your Glass Panels – Often artwork is used to add decorative elements to a space, but why not integrate the glass? With custom decorative glass options available, the options available to add decor via your glass panels is limited nearly only by your imagination. This gallery shows just a handful of examples go how a standard panel of glass became a piece of art.
We hope this article peaked your interest in a few ways that decorative glass can be used. If you would like more information on all the things Climate Pro can do with these innovative films, click HERE. If you have any questions, you can contact ClimatePro by calling (800)-479-6292 or emailing email@example.com. We would be happy to discuss how decorative glass can improve your space San Francisco Bay Area space.