Decorative Window Film
ecorative Window Film is a fresh line of glass film that gives you everything you need to answer design challenges in a visionary way, for new and retrofit projects from large to small, and commercial to residential. Available in five unique film series with more than 50 individual styles, decorative window from GeoTint can meet nearly any design aesthetic.
Decorative Film easily compliments your design skills allowing you to brilliantly enhance your home or commercial property. Durable yet easily removed, it can be a lasting feature or temporary update.
Decorative Window Film - Elegant Frosts
The frost film series ensures privacy and diffuses light without compromising brightness, allowing it to deliver on design goals for a fraction of the cost of etched glass.
Our patterned film styles are available in designs ranging from playful dots to classic pinstripes. Match your décor and design aesthetic with varying levels of translucency, including opaque white patterns.
Modern Gradients in Decorative Window Film
Mask light, add privacy or add a pop of color with this high-impact series including bold hues and opaque films. Enliven retail spaces and commercial properties with customized, unique combinations.
Absolutely! We frequently install decorative window film to doors in both residential and commercial settings. We have installed decorative window film to office doors, patio doors, front doors, shower doors and more!
Yes! Decorative window film has many colors. You can choose to do a frosted window film that doesn’t have any color, or you can choose to do a bright color. The options are really endless!
The lifespan of window film depends greatly on its quality and the materials used in its manufacture. Most window films last somewhere between 10 to 20 years. However, this time can be longer or shorter depending on the amount of stress put on the film.
Though window films are thin and practically unnoticeable, the added film layer installed over the original window can help play a key insulating role, thereby helping minimize heat loss during the cooler months.