Frosted vinyl decals add a final touch of elegance to this stately family home.
The designs incorporated into the frosted vinyl are simple, elegant and understated. They’re also frosted in a ‘negative’ format, which means that the majority of each door is covered in frosted vinyl, with only the design itself remaining transparent.
This style of frosted vinyl decals is most commonly used when a high level of privacy is desired. Because the glass doors are all almost completely opaque, outsiders can’t see what’s going on inside the house. This family may have chosen to do this in order to shield themselves from their neighbours’ curious eyes or as a deterrent to burglars.
Using frosted vinyl to make your windows and doors opaque blocks the view of potential burglars. This stops windows and doors from advertising the contents of your home – so burglars can’t ‘window shop’ – and also makes it more difficult to know when a house is unoccupied.
Besides providing a higher level of privacy for this home, the frosted vinyl also protects the family from harmful UV rays. With South Africa’s sunny climate, over-exposure to UV rays is a serious health concern. By blocking out UV rays, the frosted vinyl decals also protect the family’s furniture and possessions by preventing fading and degradation.
While these frosted vinyl decals are useful and functional, they also add a final touch of sophistication to this attractive residence.
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