Customize Your Space
From showers and bathroom doors to foyers and glass partitions, Decorative and Privacy Window Film can transform any glass surface into a unique and functional feature of your space, balancing privacy and aesthetics. Available in various patterns, textures, and colors, the design options are endless. We also offer custom decorative films. In addition, we have in-house resources to quickly custom cut your logo or custom design out of a wide range of vinyl films. If you do not have the artwork for your design, we also have an in-house graphic designer service available!
While open floor plans and plenty of natural light are valued in commercial and residential spaces; they can also limit the amount of privacy we experience. With Decorative Window Film, you can enjoy both privacy and an open-space feel. Available in a variety of patterns, textures, and opacities, privacy can be customized while light still pours from room to room. With 3M™ Fasara™ Glass Finishes and with 3M™ Crystal Window Finishes, you can achieve these results while remaining within your budget.
Decorative and Privacy Film Products
3M FasaraGlass Finishes
Select from dozens of patterns and textures for customizable style and privacy.
3M CrystalGlass Finishes
Enjoy the appearance of cut or textured glass at an affordable price point.
Keep confidential information private by obscuring digital screens from outside view.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Window Film Make Glass a One-way Mirror?It is possible, under certain conditions, to make regular glass appear as though it is a one-way mirror with window film. With the application of a reflective film, in conjunction...Read More
What is the Best Window Film for Privacy?The best window film for privacy prevents people from being able to see in from outside. To achieve this effect, privacy window films may feature a frosted or reflective surface. They...Read More
Will Window Film Damage Windows?No. If installed correctly, window film will not cause damage to your glass or windows. However, if the incorrect film is applied to a particular glass situation, there is potential...Read More
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