Creative sandblasting tips for maximising natural light | WindowArt
Creative sandblasting has gained popularity in recent years and has become an art form. It is even offered at some design schools and artists who choose this medium have gained fame for their work.
Three things to consider before opting for sandblasted glass | WindowArt
Sandblasted glass and frosted window decals are both fuss-free as opposed to curtains or blinds. However, the finish of sandblasted glass is rough in texture.
Three awesome ways to use window tinting in your home | WindowArt
Window tinting can be achieved with coloured glass film, stained glass, glass etching or frosted window vinyl. With summertime just around the corner, window tinting may just be the ideal way to update your home’s style while maximising sunlight.
How to frost glass without using glass etching | WindowArt
While renovations and add-ons are a no-no in a rental home, there are elements in interior design that offer a temporary solution. Frosted window detail is one such solution. The permanent solution to frosted windows is using the method of glass etching whilst the temporary solution is the use of window vinyl decals that have a frosted appearance.
Vinyl decals complement modern office design | WindowArt
Modern office design is all about chic, creative, functional spaces. Thanks to the application of frosted vinyl decals, this large glass door ticks all three boxes.
Vinyl decals create the classic look of sandblasting designs | WindowArt
Sandblasting designs have long been popular with interior decorators and homeowners for their chic, creative look. However, while sandblasting designs are beautiful to look at, they do unfortunately come with certain downfalls
Is sandblasting on glass the right choice for your home? | WindowArt
At the most basic level, the point of having windows is to allow natural light to flow into your home while still ensuring that you are safe and secure.
Contemporary interior design ideas: glass doors | WindowArt
Contemporary interior design embraces the use of architectural and ornamental glass in many aspects. Doors are no exception.