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Using adhesive free window films is the best way to decorate, add privacy and to make your home more energy efficient the DIY way. It is easy to apply and can be used on any glass windows, doors and even on your cabinets.





  • Use as a privacy film and security film for any window
  • 95% UV blocking capability
  • Makes good heat insulation for the entire home to save on energy
  • Opaque window film blocks off or obscure unpleasant view
  • Self adhesive window film - you do not need to mess around with any form of adhesive
  • Static cling window film can adhere to any smooth glass surface
  • Great products for DIY window treatments that can be installed in minutes
  • Removable window film allows storage or usage on other windows
  • Diffuses glare
  • Can withstand heat and moisture - use as privacy window film on bathroom windows and shower doors
  • May be easily trimmed to fit any window or door size, or customize
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Made in the USA
  • Shipping to USA, Canada and selected parts of the world
The followings are some of the more popular window films designs that home owners love:


Frosted Window Film

Frosted Window Film

Austin Privacy Window Film

Austin Privacy Film

Lost Lake Door Panel

Lost Lake Glass Film

Orleans Leaded Privacy

Orlean Leaded Privacy Film

Orleans Leaded See Through

Orlean Leaded See Through

Cambridge Blue

Cambridge Blue




Stained Glass Window Film

Stained glass window film is the easiest and most economical way to transform any clear glass into stained glass


Stained glass often conjurs the image of medieval buildings. However, today, stained glass is not used only in church but is widely used as decorative glass in many other buildings. It is easy and inexpensive to have stained glass effect by installing decorative window film.


The pattern and colors of stained glass window film usually leaves a deep impression on whoever that encounters them. For quite a long time, no one had ever thought of using stained glass in their home because they had always limit the use to church. There are good reasons for these. In the past most of original stained glass are very expensive and only the church could afford them.


Churches would often commission well-known artisans to craft unique glass windows. The projects to craft all these stained windows could take years and the sheer labour involved in making the stained windows made them impossible to be used on any residential buildings for the common folks. Even today, the cost of stained glass is still expensive.


If we trace the history of stained glass window, we will discover that Egyptians and Romans are very famous for their stained glass artefacts. It was not until the 4th century that coloured glass was used to produce stained glass window panels. Christian Churches were the first to use it and this was how the birth of stained glass window panels began.

Through the years, stained glass window had gone through plenty of changes. In the past effluent people began to use them too, especially after it regained its popularity after World War I. Some Victorian homes still had the original stained glass window panels with simple designs such as flowers and birds.


In recent years, more homeowners are enjoying the beauty and quality of home window tinting film with stained glass designs. Stained glass windows certainly adds character and elegance to a home. The lighting is natural but yet subtlely diffused so that the room is basked in a soothing glow. Besides, the desire to establish historical ties had led to many people to look into restoring old homes and the discovery of the original stained glass windows in Victorian homes had led many to be attracted to it.


Even though with the advances in the manufacturing process, the expense of installing a stained glass window can still be high as every stained glass window is made of specially made coloured art glass and is unique. If you have not installed any stained glass window in your homes due to all these consideration, then, window glass films may be the solution that you have been looking for.


Needless to say, you would not want to decorate your home completely with stained glass film. One good idea is to choose natural focal points where people gather most. The most popular space will be the kitchen or the living room.


Choose window film stained glass with colour pattern that blends well with the basic colour scheme of your room. Some homeowners even redesign their décor based on the patter and coloring effect of the stained glass window. Here’s is another advantage of using stained glass window film over the original stained glass window. If you do not like it or find that it does not blend well, then simply peel it off.


Window film installation is simple and may be done on DIY basis or by a team of professionals. The basic steps involved the cleaning of your window, then using a soapy solution and spray it on the inside of the window glass. After that, just peel off the backing sheet of the stained glass window film and place it on the window glass. Adjust it to position and squeegee out all the soapy solution beneath the film. Trim off excess window film.


There are also many designs of stained glass window film to choose from to suit its functions. For example, faux stained glass window film patterns are suitable to be installed for the purpose of improving the privacy level of a room. There are also some very interesting decorative window film stained glass pattern that consists of artworks involving nature.


Today, many of these window film that look like stained glass are well-designed so much so that it looks no different from the original stained glass. Will it not look cheap in your home? Certainly not. We bet that after installing your own stained glass window film, you will invite plenty of envy from your neighbours and visitors.


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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 October 2015 18:02

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