As an interior designer, you want to be known for your attention to quality and detail.
A detail that is far too often overlooked is how you protect all your hard work and keep your clients happy.
Picture this: you’ve just finished creating a beautiful space in your clients home. It’s filled with original paintings, custom soft furnishings and drapes and, a stunning hardwood floor. It wasn’t cheap but your client is thrilled and loves the finished effect.
However, a few years down the line and the drapes and hardwood floor are faded and drab. The paintings have lost their vibrancy – and their value and the soft furnishings have seen better days. Your client is cursing the money they’ve wasted and certainly won’t be booking you again.
The answer is easy. The damage is caused by sunlight glaring in through the windows day after day.
The suns rays cause rapid fading of soft furnishings and drapes and also has a degrading effect on paintings and other decorative items.
The same goes for floors. A beautiful newly laid floor can quickly become ruined just by having sunlight shine upon it daily.
What can you do about it?
Thankfully, there is an easy, cost-effective solution that you and your clients will surely love.
Window tinting is so easily installed in any home. It filters up to 96% of the sun’s infra-red heat loading and up to 99% of ultraviolet rays preventing any damage to your clients’ interiors.
It looks good too and comes in a range of complimenting shades so you don’t need to worry about it ruining any of your carefully thought out interiors.
Also available is decorative window film that can be fixed to any glass surface to give it a patterned opaque effect. Perfect for finishing off your interior designs!
Benefits of window tinting
- Protects soft furnishings, drapes and floors from the suns harmful rays
- Also protects pieces of art and paintings
- Looks attractive and comes in a range of patterns
- Can compliment and enhance any interior design
- Is cost effective
- Maintains your reputation as a quality interior designer
It’s easy to see that installing window tints and decorative window film you can have peace of mind that not only are your clients’ interiors protected but you also uphold your reputation as an interior designer that delivers long-lasting quality.
We really enjoy meeting new people and we love working with interior designers. If you’re an interior designer who needs a window solution for your clients give us a call at 504-729-8358.