Adding a wint movie to our french door

I replaced our kitchen recently, but i changed the windows from tiny, fogged up painted 1s to substantial double hung windows. I also got a large french door put in so I can access our room from the backyard. I like having the added light in our kitchen and how pretty the glass looks, but however, the issue is that I am entirely much on display, then adding curtains to the front windows wasn’t a problem at all, then the french door was another issue. I didn’t want any of our neighbors seeing myself and others change when they walk their pets or go out to their porches for coffee. I then found online that a lot of people do a window tint or decorative movie upgrade. I looked at the tints and for our french doors, I thought that would look odd. I also easily liked the clear glass look. I then searched residential window movie services and found all sorts of options. I could get a decorative window movie that looks like frosted glass, running water, flowers or even geometric shapes. I did a lot of shopping around and looked at images in other peoples homes. I went with a easy frosted glass look. I still get the sunshine and the clear look that I was going for, and now I suppose totally safe and secure. I am not on display and I am not inviting robbers to take a peek in our kitchen to see our PC, furniture and our wardrobe. The window movie upgrade didn’t cost that much and it was installed fairly hastily too. It was cash well spent.

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