Use Window Graphics In Your Home for Privacy, Shade

by Alicia Peregory on July 28, 2015

If you understand how window graphics work in cars and businesses as a way to provide shade, decoration, and even privacy, then you can understand what they can do for home owners and renters as well.

For home owners who live in especially cold or especially warm climates, static cling window films are a way to provide additional insulating relief, keeping out summer heat and keeping winter heat inside. But rather than using a slightly-gray film that doesn’t do much for the decor, why not use some colorful window graphics to add some pizzazz to your room?

Frosted Window Graphics by Signarama Surry Hills, AustraliaSince Signarama is already in the business of full-color printing of all signs, banners, and vehicle graphics — including rear window graphics for cars — we can certainly print your own graphics for your house or apartment.

For example, our rear window graphics and storefront window graphics are perforated to allow people to see out, but to reduce visibility looking in. This helps with privacy in offices and some retail locations that require some extra security. You could use this perforated film on your windows rather than drapes. You can still let in the natural light, but allow yourself some privacy without shutting the drapes.

Or imagine, if you had large picture windows, having window graphics printed that are reminiscent of a church’s stained glass windows. When the morning or evening light hits it, the effect can be breathtaking.

At the same time, your window graphics will also cut down on the harsh summer sunlight. If you have to close your drapes in the middle of the day because your house gets too hot from the sunlight, the graphics can shade you from all the heat, still allow in some natural light, and look pretty all at the same time.

For more information on window graphics for your home, business, or car, please visit the Signarama website. You can also use the online store locator to find your area Signarama store.

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