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When you think of window tint, what comes to mind is usually dark panels of glass meant to block out the sun completely. These days, high-quality window films can reflect heat, diffuse the sun’s glare, and block out harmful ultraviolet rays. Tint products have become very sophisticated that they can provide a multitude of benefits while remaining inconspicuous and nearly invisible.

There may be instances, however, where you have clear glass panels, whether they are external windows or indoor partitions, but still want to achieve a level of privacy in that particular area. You can do this with semi-opaque film options or what is commonly referred to as window frosting.

Technically, frosted windows are glass panels that are fitted with a sheet of translucent film. It can still transmit a limited amount of light, although you will not be able to see objects or people on the other side. A manufacturer can adjust the level of transparency based on your preference. Here are five examples of using frosted window tint, whether at home or work:


1. Make lobbies private but still inviting

Your office may receive a lot of guests, but your team may still need a certain level of privacy. If you have a very public reception area, you can partition it with frosted glass. This way, you can limit what outsiders see, without making them feel they are unwelcome.


2. Give you privacy in your office

If you have reached that point in your career where you get a corner office, it can be exciting to be able to sit in an all-glass office. Before long, however, you may start to feel like you are in a fishbowl, and you may need your privacy to conduct meetings and discussions without distractions from the hallway or being watched by nosy colleagues. Add a layer of privacy without completely shutting everyone out by frosting your glass enclosure or even just the midsection.


3. Block out the shower in your bathroom

Bathrooms are usually tiny spaces. You don’t want to cut the visual space by blocking out the shower or toilet area with a solid wall or cubicle door. If you have glass partitions but wish to have privacy while you shower, you can utilize a semi-opaque tint. This way, light can still pass through your glass enclosure without cutting the room and making it feel even smaller than it already is.


4. Diffuse light in your bedroom

 Some rooms in your house may receive too much sun exposure. It can be distracting to wake up to the glare of the sun in your eyes. While you really can’t do much about the orientation of your house, you can apply frosted film to portions of your window panes to diffuse the light from outdoors and increase the comfort level in your room.


5. Protect the back-of-house of your restaurant

If you are running a restaurant or shop, some areas are off-limits to customers. You may want to give your staff security and protect your operations but still be able to make a decorative statement. Patterned frost can be applied to partition the dining area from your back-of-house in a creative window film solution.

Frosted windows are a great way to achieve privacy without blocking out light completely. It is also a sharp decorative accent that can be customised into several patterns to fit your design. Whatever your privacy needs are, there are many ways frosted window film can address them.

Are you looking for window tinting suppliers in the Bay of Plenty, NZ? We have a wide selection of customisable window frosting options for your home or office. Call us today so we can help you find the right window tint solution for your needs.

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