Examples for domestic use

To provide you with some information regarding the costs of a film coating in advance, here you will find some clearly listed examples. The film adheres to any smooth surface and, together with its robust properties, offers almost endless possibilities when renovating and remodelling. With that in mind, here you will find a selection of popular projects, with the associated costs provided, by way of example. Films are applied to the objects manually, and therefore prices serve merely as a guide. However, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all price, as the number of parts, the nature of the surface, and the associated time involved in the calculation all play a role in determining the cost.

Cost example - kitchen

Kitchen fronts with counter tops.

Rather than buying new kitchen fronts, cabinets or counter tops, the durable, high-tech film will give your surfaces a facelift. The purple marble effect on the kitchen front, with the grey marbled counter top, is transformed into a successful wood combination. Once stuck on, an unobtrusive wood design in white adorns the fronts and contrasts nicely with the brown design of the counter top.

Kitchen cost example for application and film, with Before/After comparison - Before
Kitchen costs for application and film, with Before/After comparison - After

Before: Purple, grey
After: White, brown

Films used:
LM202 – Classic White Wood – 9 linear metres
W931 – Beauty of Anigre – 5 linear metres

Price installed: €1,968.60

Cost example - window

Window frames and sashes.

Used on the windows, the high-performance film changes any window frame to the colour of your choice. Windows made of plastic, metal or wood are ideal for the adhesive layer, on account of their smooth surface. As can be seen in the cost example, the blue interior colour disappears completely beneath the white film, which covers the substrate completely and evenly. As such, there is now a solution, whereas previously the options were rather limited.

Cost example for application to window with frame and surrounding panel, comparison - before
Cost example for application to window with frame and surrounding panel, comparison - after

Before: Blue
After: White

Film used:
S176 – White Beige – 6 linear metres

Price installed: €749.40

Cost example - tiles

Facelift for wall and floor tiles.

In the kitchen or bathroom, on the floor or wall: the robust and waterproof film offers a quick transformation for all tiles – without turning the room into a building site and with no extensive remodelling. Stickers cut exactly to the specified tile dimension will transform tiled rooms in no time. Sized to run right up to the grout lines, they create a perfect transition, and because the ready-made film pieces are easy to work with, it is not without reason that this is one of the most popular DIY projects.

Cost example - have the tile films stuck to the tiles, or do it yourself
Cost example - have film applied to bath tiles, or do it yourself

Before: White
After: Gold

Film used:
APZ25 – Strong Golden Fabric
1.3 linear metres for 108 tiles

Price installed: €324.00

Cost example - doors

Door with frame in accent colour.

Wooden doors in particular can fall out of fashion over time, and may no longer match the floor, windows or furniture. Ripping out the doors and their frames and fitting new ones is usually out of the question. As a new coating, the film material provides a simple option if you want to remodel the room without turning it into a building site. Colours can be coordinated to match the windows and floors – neutral, bright colours or a completely unique look can be easily created with a film coating.

Wooden interior door and frame with door film, colour comparison - before
Wooden interior door and frame with door film, colour comparison - after

Before: Light brown
After: Dark brown

Film used:
W671 – Rustic Indoor Plank – 6 linear metres

Price installed: €501.40

Cost example - wall

Film as a wallpaper, for exclusive walls.

With its tactile surface and durable properties, the film offers several advantages at once when used as a wallpaper. Washable, with no paste and no drying time, it can be applied in wide strips onto the smooth wall. Special textures such as metal, leather or rust are easily reproduced using the film.

Using wall film as a wallpaper and producing creative ideas for white walls - after

Before: Photo wallpaper
After: Red brown

Film used:
NS410 – Red Iron Oxide – 7.5 linear metres

Price installed: €447.25

Cost example - stairs

Treads and risers, with or without handrail.

Whether a complete staircase or just individual steps, if you are keen to modernise there is a solution to hand. With the high-tech film, robust designs can be easily realised for use on floors. Perfectly up to the task under normal use, the film is the simple and quick way to fulfil your renovation wishes. The new surface adheres to the substrate immediately upon application.

Giving old wooden stairs a new film coating rather than replacing them - before
Giving old wooden stairs a new film coating rather than replacing them - after

Before: Light brown
After: Grey-Brown

Film used:
PZ010 – Grey Color Oak – 15 linear metres

Price installed: €2,039.47

Cost example - bed

Redesigning a bed frame

Not often requested for installation by our fitters, but very popular as a DIY project, self-build branded furniture can be enhanced with a film. It’s OK to go for simpler materials when choosing your furniture, for at the end of the day, the film checks practically every box in terms of design. The film can be stuck onto any smooth or veneered wood. The smoother the substrate, the better the adhesion, and there is no need to remove uneven areas.

Cover and redesign beds and other furniture with furniture film
Simply applying adhesive film for furniture will give beds and cabinets a new look

Before: Light brown
After: White Silver

Film category used:
Abstract – 4 linear metres

Price installed: €369.60

Cost example - piano

Breathe new life into old pieces.

The classic wooden piano in the living room just doesn’t fit with a modern decor, but getting rid is out of the question. A very popular renovation task, which is often requested and implemented – whether as a DIY project or installed by our fitters. In place of the wood finish, neutral colours ranging from white to black are the top sellers for a new piano design. With its new look, the large musical instrument will reclaim its place as a centrepiece within your living room.

Coating an old wooden piano in a new colour, and remodelling furniture with adhesive film - before
Coating an old wooden piano in a new colour, and remodelling furniture with adhesive film - after

Before: Brown
After: Black

Film used:
S140 – Rough Dark Black – 6 linear metres

Price installed: €1,049.40

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