Otto Adhesive Window Film - Jumbo Sheet

Perfect on any smooth, clean glass or mirrored surface, this UV-ray filtering film by UK designer Emma Jeffs allows you to add style and privacy where needed. The abstract floral Otto print celebrates the centuries old style of decorative Moroccan tile.

Otto allows light in but blurs the view for those looking in or out. All of Jeffs' films work beautifully in bathrooms as the film is not affected by condensation or water spray.

Easy to install and easy to remove, Jeffs' films will not damage glass in any way. (Not reusable after removing.)

To order a custom piece(s), select one of the 2 custom-cut options in the drop-down menu. When you add the custom item to your cart, you will be taken to the checkout page where you can add a note with your desired custom size(s). Each piece is printed and cut to order. Sheet remnants are not included in purchase price—only the requested pieces will be shipped to you. If you have any questions, or need assistance with your order, do not hesitate to contact us.


  • Watch Emma Jeffs window film video segment on HGTV's "I Want That" series.

  • This film can be applied to all smooth clean glass, acrylic, or mirrored surfaces. The film is not affected by condensation. It is not for use on outdoor surfaces, or inside where it will subject to intense heat (e.g. behind a stove) or in the direct line of water spray in a bath or kitchen. It has a multi-directional (all-over) pattern, so it can be placed vertically or horizontally.

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    Yes, however, it is not repositionable or reusable. Normally the film can be peeled away after separating a corner from the glass. A blow dryer can be used to warm the film and loosen the adhesive if necessary. When removed it will not damage the glass or leave any residue.


    It has a minimum of 3 years durability.

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  • Designer Emma Jeffs demonstrates the application of the window film. You should not attempt to install the window film without first reading the instructions.



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