Our Heritage range of patterned window film has been inspired by original etch glass designs from the Georgian and Victorian eras. They are ideal for a front door or a bay window on a period property, and can be ordered made to measure with the pattern in a choice of colours or transparent.Read More
I still want to see out. Which option shall I choose?
For partial privacy, select the transparent option. We will then print the frosted background on a clear film, leaving the pattern clear. You will then still be able to see out with varying levels depending on the pattern selected.
I want complete privacy. Which option shall I choose?
For complete privacy day and night you need to choose a colour option for the pattern, which will then be printed in the colour you select on frosted film, instead of a transparent film, so there will be NO clear areas.
You will not be able to see through the film, but plenty of light will still be able to pass through – it’s a decorative alternative to a plain frosted film or etch effect.
My window looks different to your image.
Not to worry. The service is completely bespoke so just enter your measurements and we will resize the pattern to suit.
Is the film applied internally or externally?
The design can be viewed from both sides of the glass but is designed to be installed on the internal side of the glass where it is best protected from the elements and will have a longer life span. In any case, the window film looks better when viewed through the glass.
How easy is the film to clean?
Just a gentle wipe with a soft cloth and soapy water are all you need to clean your film when required – no more dirty nets!
How easy is the film to apply?
Very easy, and very quick. But don't take our word for it. Read our fantastic Trustpilot reviews, they're all genuine. To apply the film, all you'll need are a few basic tools, and we even throw in a small application tool with your order for free. Soapy water is the key ingredient, which allows you a bubble free application.
Take a minute to watch a video tutorial. It's really that easy.