A while back, whilst searching for inspiration for bathrooms, I came across a couple of pics with window film applied for privacy reasons. I love this idea, particularly for a bathroom. Recently I saw some of Emma Jeffs work in a magazine and visited her website.
Award winning UK designer Emma Jeffs' passion for materials and print led her to form her own screen-printing company in 2000 under the name Surface Material Design. In 2004 Emma was awarded a UK government NESTA two-year research fellowship. The grant enabled her to undertake in-depth research into print technologies onto a range or materials within industry. Equipped with this new knowledge Emma began producing work, both within her studio, and in conjunction with some notable UK based companies.
Commuting within London on the top decks of buses, Emma developed a loathing for grey net curtains and she soon set about developing a solution to rid London of the net curtain forever. By printing lace patterns onto frosted etched vinyl Emma created an elegant and functional product and in 2006, she launched a collection of contemporary decorative window films for homes today. You can now find her collection of window films in the most stylish of windows all over the world, transforming the ordinary into something extraordinary.
Emma is based in the UK and international shipping can be arranged by contacting Emma directly. She also has some cool sample packs, to try before you buy.
All images via Emma Jeffs