Many commercial buildings that were closed during the pandemic are reopening, filling vacant offices and empty desks. The hustle-and-bustle of people around the office might be a welcome change compared to working from home, but it might not be as appealing for everyone in a post-pandemic world. Commercial buildings with large areas of glass can use decorative window tinting to create more privacy and liven up the workspace.
Where to Apply Decorative Window Tinting
Decorative film isn’t just for windows — it can be applied to practically any flat glass surface, making it incredibly versatile. From lobbies to kitchenette areas, you can use decorative window tinting almost anywhere.
Conference Room Walls
Glass conference rooms can feel like a fishbowl, which doesn’t always create a productive atmosphere. Adding decorative window tinting can create more privacy, making employees feel more comfortable and focused. Some films can even double as a whiteboard, increasing collaboration and creativity.
Cubicles are commonplace in large office buildings with open floor plans. While some cubicles are more private than others, ones with glass panels or walls don’t offer much in terms of privacy. Whether you’re trying to take a meeting at your desk or eat lunch in peace, decorative window tinting or frosted film can add some much-needed division between office spaces.
Do you have any unsightly storage areas? Decorative film can easily cover glass storage room doors and walls to enhance privacy. It’s also a good option for maintenance areas, kitchen pantries, server room doors, or any other areas you may want to reduce visibility.
Office Doors & Windows
While having your own office is a nice perk, glass windows or doors aren’t the most private. Frosted film or decorative window tinting can enhance privacy, so your office feels more like your office. If you still want to retain some visibility, you don’t have to cover the entire door or window. Partial window tinting is a good compromise that offers some additional privacy.
Decorative Window Tinting Isn’t Just for Privacy
Along with enhancing privacy, there are other creative ways to use decorative film in commercial spaces. You can completely transform the design of an area without the expense and downtime that comes with a renovation. Whether you’re going for a classic, contemporary, or minimalist design, there’s something to suit every taste.
Comes in Multiple Designs & Finishes
Decorative window film like 3M™ Glass Finishes come in a variety of styles, textures, and colors. Go for a sleek frosted film or a more decorative window tint with geometric shapes or a vibrant hue. Decorative window film can also mimic the look of sandblasted or etched glass for a high-end look.
Custom Decorative Window Tinting
Along with preexisting designs, decorative window film can also be customized to strengthen branding, display company values, or promote a special sale. You can advertise, create privacy, and add visual intrigue all at the same time!
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