Window decals are a great way to advertise your business, provide information to your customers and enhance the overall appearance of your store or company. Unlike wall decals, window decals invoke passerby curiosity and offer repeated brand exposure. As we discussed in an earlier post, these two factors are the reason signs attract up to half of all business’ customers (Brandon Gaille).
In addition to promotion, window decals are great because they offer information, such as hours of operation. You could use a sign to deliver this info, but signs can deteriorate with everyday use (if they aren’t well-made) and they can get in the way. A window decal looks classy and professional.
Lucky for us, Frothy Monkey wanted to amp up their window/door graphics at four Nashville locations: East Nashville, downtown Nashville, 12 South and Franklin.
Window Decals at Frothy Monkey Bakery // East Nashville
At the Frothy Monkey Bakery in East Nashville (at the Shoppes on Fatherland), we added orange and white window decals to two doors. The orange decal is printed on permanent adhesive 3m IJ180 w/ 8518 overlaminate and the white decals are simple cut vinyl. We used these two substrates for all Frothy Monkey windows.
Window Decals at Frothy Monkey // Downtown
For the downtown location, we used the orange decals exclusively. We also printed a pretty cool sandwich board (3rd picture) that will attract even more customers.
Window Decals at Frothy Monkey // 12 South
For Frothy Monkey’s 12 South location, the original Frothy, we used both orange and white decals on all three doors. The white information really pops next to the orange.
Window Decals at Frothy Monkey // Franklin
Finally, for Frothy Monkey’s downtown Franklin location, we printed both orange and white decals.
All in all, we think these window decals turned out pretty awesome. If you’d like to see other examples of window or door graphics, check out our projects with Village Real Estate or EO Nashville.