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Coloured film from Glass Films is ideal for applying your own sense of style throughout your commercial premises. Apply the coloured film and add colour to the space, potentially transforming a room at a fraction of the price of new glass.
Window film application is simple, and each product in the range is easy to maintain. Plus, if you have any questions, the experts at Glass Films are happy to help explain the details.
Types of Colours – Glass Colours for Window Films
Metallic Window Film | Multi-Colour Window Film | White Window Film | Black Window Film | Blue Window Film | Brown Window Film | Green Window Film | Grey Window Film | Orange Window Film | Pink Window Film | Purple Window Film | Red Window Film |Yellow Window Film
Coloured Window Film – Category Overview
What’s your favourite colour? The extensive range from Glass Films probably has window films to match.
Each colour also has a variety of glass effects available, from clear to frosted to opaque, so you can easily control the amount of light transmission and visibility within the room without the price tag of blinds or stained glass.
Depending on your style and the room’s function, you can apply window films to glass for a wide range of uses, including decoration, privacy and anti-glare – even in colour!
How do Colours Help Achieve Privacy in Window Films?
At Glass Films, we supply a variety of window film with finishes ideal for obscuring direct visibility while allowing light to come through. For example, the pink SXB-77 Telemagenta Sand Blast is a translucent, high-grade vinyl material that simulates sand-blasted glass to greatly reduce visibility.
Alternatively, there are window film options that are completely opaque. The SX-7001 Vintage Gold on Gold Mirror is perfect for daytime privacy, completely obscuring the view.
Coloured Film for Windows – Usage Ideas
Window film can add colour to your glazing while letting natural light into the room and allowing for two-way visibility. Simply apply coloured film to make the windows in your property stand out externally or create partitions internally.
How to Choose a Coloured Window Film
Selecting a window film is straightforward, unlike choosing a new window type, blinds, curtains or any other window accessory. Window films are easy to install and remove and are lower in price too.
It would help to consider these factors, what best suits the type of windows and your overall design preferences:
- Interior or exterior?
- Level of window privacy
- UV transmission level
- Window film size
Benefits of Coloured Window Films
Coloured window film can offer a variety of benefits, including privacy, heat reduction, UV protection, security, improved energy efficiency and glare reduction.
Browse our full range of film and colours here to find out more.
Coloured Window Film UK FAQs:
How long does coloured window film last?
Our products have an industry-leading 5-year warranty, but they can and do last longer than this.
Can coloured window film be easily removed if needed?
Once applied, you can remove window film but can’t reuse it.
Is coloured window film easy to clean and maintain?
Coloured window film is very easy to maintain. Simply follow these steps:
- Allow 30 days after installation for the film to cure to the glass.
- Clean the film with non-abrasive cloths and mild soapy water.
- Avoid industrial-strength cleaners and pads that could scratch the surface.
Want to know more details? Make an enquiry, and our experts will be happy to help.
Will applying coloured window film affect the visibility from the inside?
The application of window films shouldn’t affect your visibility from the inside unless you choose a film specifically for privacy. For example, the SX-3174 Cinnamon Organic Cotton is lightly frosted to obscure the view through interior and exterior glass.
Do I need professional installation for coloured window film?
You don’t need professional installation for window films. We’ve put together this handy step-by-step guide to cleaning the glass, preparing and installing the material here.
There is also an accompanying video to see exactly what you must do to successfully install our comprehensive range of window films.