Decorative Window Film Replaces Stained Glass

An innovative new line of decorative window films by Wallpaper For Windows is a beautiful alternative to expensive stained glass windows and glass doors.

Although it looks expensive, this adhesive-free film is a very affordable way to give ordinary windows and glass doors the look of decorative glass.

"Using Wallpaper for Windows people can decorate windows and glass doors to complement a homes décor and enhance privacy if desired," said Renee Combs Sales director at EtchArt. "A Wallpaper for Windows treatment can dress a glass surface in minutes, transforming plain glass into a decorative focus."

Additionally, the decorative window film reduces glare, softens harsh sunlight, and filters harmful UV rays that contribute to fading of drapes, carpets and furniture. The 8-mil thick vinyl film provides an insulating layer to save energy.

"The versatility of Wallpaper for Windows makes it the perfect design solution for today’s non-traditional windows," said Combs. "Everything from arched and transom windows to sidelights, French and storm doors, to tub windows and mirrors can be enhanced with the look and feel of decorative glass."

Wallpaper For WindowsTM is an easy do-it-yourself product that any homeowner or renter can apply in minutes. The film is trimmed to size with scissors or utility knife by drawing the desired size or shapes on the backing paper and trimming. To apply, first wet glass with water; next remove film from backing paper and position on wet glass. Using the included squeegee to remove excess water and air completes the application.

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600450 Decorative Window Film Replaces Stained Glass
Date: 23 August 2006

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