A Category Of Frosted Glass Window Tinting Film
Even if you’ve never been to China or Japan there’s a chance that you’ve probably seen a folding screen or a divider wall using the traditional Asian privacy screen material known as rice paper. Their history dates back thousands of years and has made it into many different countries with diverse cultures. These screens are called shoji screens and they continue to be a popular element in Asian design even today. Now, the great thing is that this look can be achieved on glass with a special window tinting film.
With its rice paper style, the shoji window tinting film can add, to your windows and glass doors, the appearance of a paper screen! Just like the traditional screen, the shoji window tinting film offers a translucent divider to provide both privacy and diffuse light throughout the room. Some restaurants are making use of this modern adaptation as with the glass windows rather than just the paper itself there isn’t the ongoing worry of it tearing or shrinking.
One restaurant owner who really took to this new window tinting film option was the owner of Yokozuna at Chisholm Creek. The owner of this Asian restaurant and sushi bar was looking for something to spruce up the glass inside and shoji window tinting film was just the thing to bring the look and feel of a traditional Asian dining space. FormulaOne by AES hopes that you can see that the Asian ambience was achieved as desired by the owner of Yokozuna.
Do you have a restaurant, commercial office, or a room in your house that you’d like to decorate with window film? We can do just about anything you can imagine so please feel free to give FormulaOne by AES a call for your next project. We can be reached at 405-513-6400.