The Window Film Company installs these eye-catching set of printed graphics using Frostbrite frosted film

July 03, 2020

The appearance of office spaces and workplaces is an important consideration for all businesses, with a desire to portray a professional appearance while also delivering a welcoming and comfortable environment for colleagues. Printed graphics are an excellent and cost effective way of achieving this, with The Window Film Company offering a host of different solutions for glass and other surfaces.

This project saw the need for both privacy and a stylish new look, with the solution to be applied to a bank of internal windows within a busy office.

Frostbrite frosted film is a popular privacy solution - once applied it gives glazing the appearance of acid etched or sandblasted glass, providing a contemporary look and delivering privacy without sacrificing natural light. An additional benefit of this film is that it can be printed onto, providing the chance to create a fully bespoke privacy solution.

This was the chosen product for this project, with a series of photographs to be reproduced on each panel. The client supplied the measurements and the artwork, allowing The Window Film Company’s in-house graphics and print team to provide an accurate proof before using state of the art print technology to recreate each image I crystal clear resolution. Each panel was computer cut to the exact sizes required, before being finished and checked by hand to ensure each of the sections was perfect.

The film was then installed by a team of The Window Film Company’s fully qualified and vastly experienced fitting teams. Once in place, the necessary privacy was achieved while also giving the workplace a stylish new look, helping to deliver a professional and impressive working environment.

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