Window decals have an interesting history. The word ‘decal’ indicates its history as it is derived from the word ‘decalcomania’, from the French ‘décalcomanie’. Decalcomania is the technique of transferring engravings and prints onto pottery and other materials.
It is reported to have been invented in England in around 1750, and it hit America as early as 1865. It was invented by a French engraver named Simon François Ravenet who relocated to England and then perfected the process, which he called ‘décalquer’.
The types of window decals that are being created as of late are not only upping the ante in interior design circles, but they are also seen as a beneficial installment to have in the home or office space.
The types of window decals we have on offer nowadays can be created to suit any design style, no matter how modern or traditional. Homeowners and businesses alike are making use of this type of window treatment for a contemporary spin on the glass in their space. Window treatments, whether it is blinds, curtains or decals are predominantly used to create a sense of privacy and window decals in particular are able to offer customised privacy to the space.
High quality frosted window decals supersede the benefits that any other window treatment might offer. They are generally a fairly simply installation and can be used on any type of glass, no matter its size or shape.
To find out more about including window decals in your interior design plan for either your home or office space, please contact Window Art directly.
Alternatively, for some additional inspiration please consider browsing through our free downloadable guide to Window Frosting Inspirations.
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