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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Ideas for Frosted Glass Doors

2:12 AM // by ARTLOOK GLASS // , , , // 1 comment

Ideas for Frosted Glass Doors

Glass Decals
During winter months and holidays, decorate your frosted glass doors with themed window decals. This is a fun project to explore with your children. You can line your frosted glass windows with snowflake decals, Santa Claus decals, Christmas tree decals and other holiday- or winter-themed window decals. The decals stick on the glass easily and peel off without leaving any residue frameless doors

Curtains
Install door curtains on frosted glass doors if you do not like the look of frosted glass. You will need to install a curtain bar across the top and bottom of the door and then hang a curtain panel that stretches from the top to the bottom bar. The fabric also can hang loosely on just a single top curtain rod installed at the top of the door Glass Door

Kitchen Frosted Glass
Install frosted glass doors in your kitchen cabinets instead of standard kitchen cabinet doors. This is a way to add a modern yet clean look to your kitchen space. You also may want to consider frosting your own kitchen cabinet glass doors with a frosting spray, which you can buy from a home improvement store or from an online vendor Glass Doors

Frosted Sliding Doors
Install frosted sliding doors in your apartment if you are lacking division in a small space. Frosted sliding doors provide privacy and close off space to a bedroom or changing room while still creating a modern, clean style in your small space Shower Door


Thursday, September 17, 2015

Types of Window Tinting Film

Types of Window Tinting Film

1. Decorative films
Decorative tinting is typically done on kid’s bedrooms or similar windows where you want to add some playful decorative item. They are great for dressing up a dull window, and there are many different patterns or styles you can choose from. You can get films with floral designs, leaves, or just simplistic dots or stripes. Decorative films are typically not used much in offices, but they can also be useful in shops to promote your products on windows or similar Decorative Art Glass

2. Frosted films
Frosted films are used for adding privacy to a room. It gives the appearance of a sand-blasted or frosted effect to a window, and it’s often used in conference rooms in offices, or even bathroom windows at home. Frosted window film is a better choice for privacy than regular window tint that only darkens the window, since you can’t see anything clearly through a frosted window even if the light are on inside Decorative glass

3. Anti-graffiti films
This type of tint is typically found on public buildings, banks, shopping malls etc. where there’s potential for vandalism. Removing paint from a glass window can be a difficult and time consuming process so it’s a lot easier to simply remove the window film and replace it with another. Majority of high-quality anti-graffiti window film is easy to remove and replace making it ideal for these types of places etched glass

4. Safety films
Safety films are often applied to windows on storefronts or glass doors to make sure the glass doesn’t hurt anyone when broken or shattered. The tint helps keep the pieces of glass together to ensure it doesn’t cause any cuts in the event an accident happens Safety glass


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