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Beautiful Covering Window film

Updated on December 2, 2014

Clouds that give you privacy

Window film is a perfect aid

Maybe you have a window facing out to the street and people who walk by can look straight into your home.

Or you have a window where a curtain is not the best choice. You just want a part of the window covered.

Could you be like me that you hate to see the dirty windows. Sot and dust and traffic film keep coming back even if you often clean? This film allows the daylight to come in and you can enjoy your window.

Review about privacy

Here is what one buyer wrote:

My neighbor moved a trampoline just opposite my bathroom window. Like most people i like privacy when in my bathroom. Shutters are expensive and would take too long. So i came to Amazon and as usual i found just what i needed. It was easy to put up and did what i wanted. My bathroom is private again.

Artscape 02-3007 Clematis Window Film 24" x 36"
Artscape 02-3007 Clematis Window Film 24" x 36"

Light Effects produces the visual effect and sparkle of textured glass with ease. Light Effects colored window film refracts light giving the film a three-dimensional quality. Clematis is available in 24 In. x 36 In. panels that can be trimmed or combined to fit any sized window. The image is a repeating pattern both left to right and top to bottom. It can be used either vertically or horizontally. Light Effects is a thin, flexible, U.V. protected film that self-adheres to smooth glass without the use of adhesives.

 

An easy way to change the interior

You can cover the whole window or just a part of it. Use the film any way you prefer and remember that you can always take it away again. Move it to another window or change to another film.

This is so much fun because we all need a change around us now and then and this one we can afford!!

Stained glass window film

Artscape First Stained Glass Window Film 24" x 36"
Artscape First Stained Glass Window Film 24" x 36"

First Stained Glass is available in 24 In. x 36 In. panels that can be trimmed or combined to fit any sized window. The image is a repeating pattern both left to right and top to bottom. It can be used either vertically or horizontally. Light Effects is a thin, flexible, U.V. protected film that self- adheres to smooth glass without the use of messy or toxic adhesives. The translucent image is visible from both sides of the window, providing privacy while simultaneously blocking unwanted views by refracting light. Light Effects is recommended for use in any window and provides a striking and effortless design element to shower doors and specialty windows like sidelights, arches and transoms.

 

Step by step how to apply the film

Tiffany window

Give it a try! I will.

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    • RTalloni profile image

      RTalloni 

      7 years ago from the short journey

      Oh my! These are beautiful!

      We live in the sunny south USA and I just realized that I'll need to put our front tints on again soon. Although we have had more snow than usual this winter, we've had a stellar week of clear skies and temps of 60s and 70s--simply gorgeous--but bringing summer's hot sun back to our front door. I believe I'll have to check these out right away. Thanks!

    • swedal profile image

      swedal 

      7 years ago from Colorado

      This actually works. We have a side light by our front door that people could look into our home from the street right through the glass. We had a company come out and build a faceted glass pattern in there so the light still came through but no one could just look into our house anymore.

    • mulberry1 profile image

      Christine Mulberry 

      7 years ago

      I'm considering this for some windows in my bathroom, I need to find some large enough for my oversized windows. I'm really liking the stained glass window look.

    • katrinasui profile image

      katrinasui 

      7 years ago

      It is really a great idea to use window film where a curtain is not the best choice.

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