Thursday, February 7, 2013

Announcing another great giveaway, a $75 gift certificate for Wallpaper for Windows

I think today's $75.00 gift card giveaway features a pretty unique product - Wallpaper for Windows. I'm sure you have a window where privacy, too much direct light, or cold is an issue.  It doesn't even have to be a window - it can be a shower door, a skylight, or just a mirror that you may want to decorate.  I definitely had an apartment or two in NYC with a view, ie. brick wall, I would have liked to change.

Here are just a few ideas for very cool looks you could achieve with  Wallpaper for Windows:


I love the leaded glass look.  I would use the Wallpaper for Window's  "Monterey Sun Stained Glass"  film above to create a look like these below:

via Houzz via Jeremy Kohm photography




Wallpaper for Window's  "Allure Frosted" Privacy film could be used to create a look like the one in the eclectic bathroom below:

via Houzz 


Or use the Wallpaper for Window's  "Atlantis" stained glass window film (above) to replicate this look:

via Apartment Therapy

You could even add an antique, one of a kind feel to cabinet fronts and glass furniture doors!

via Houzz 

Sort of sheds a whole new light on window film, doesn't it?
More awesomeness about window film?  It's made in the USA, uses NO adhesives, but static cling instead.  It helps bring down energy costs by insulating your windows, and filters sunlight to help reduce furniture fading.

So, how do you enter for your chance to win a $75 gift certificate to Wallpaper for Windows?

Just leave a comment below or email me at ashley [at] decorologyblog [dot] com sharing how you would use window film in your home, or your favorite design. Make sure you leave your name and contact info!

Earn an extra entry by liking them on Facebook (optional). IMPORTANT: If you like them on facebook, leave a second comment letting me know.

The contest will close on February 15th at 12 AM EST.  I will announce the winner around 12 PM EST on Feb. 15th.

To comment on this post (scroll to the bottom of this post and right above "Labels" you will see a number followed by the word "comments." Click on the word "Comments." Or, you will see a link, "Post a Comment," which you click on to comment. If you receive posts in your email feel free to respond to the email noting that you'd like to be entered in the drawing.

49 comments:

Rhonda said...

I am replacing some of our kitchen cabinets with glass fronts and would love to use a film on them!

LA Daly said...

What a great idea! I love it!

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Vidya Sudarsan said...

I'm looking for a wallpaper for my bathroom window! love the collection here..

auraliaw said...

I have Wallpaper for Windows on my bathroom window and would love to use it in other rooms in my house. I love the everleaf etched glass and the Monterey Bay and the leaded glass looks; so many great choices!

Brolly said...

I'd use it in my bathroom window- I made a stagecoach shade to give some privacy since the bathroom is right next to the front door, but something was wrong in my calculations so you have to hang the rod at an angle in order for the curtain to be straight. No good!

Kimberly Rampersad said...

I love the savannah stained glass window film.

k_rampersad03 at yahoo dot com

Kimberly Rampersad said...

I liked the fb page.

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Kaki said...

This would be the perfect solution to our upstairs bathroom's window! We are remodeling a 1929 Spanish style home and love how these would create privacy and visual interest as well!

Kaki_Clifton at yahoo dot com

Kaki said...

I liked them on Facebook

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cocobebe3 said...

I would love to use this on our dining room windows. Our house is a Victorian Bungalow that was built in 1925 by the former owners in the house next door, who were their relatives. Their house is an Arts and Crafts house built in 1900. We share a driveway and our houses are so close it feels like we are joined at the hip. When we open our blinds during the day, all we can see is the side of their gray stone house. It is not appealing, to say the least. We love our neighbors, but neither of us love being so close with no views. This would be the perfect solution! Thanks, Holly

EQ said...

My favourite design is the Biscayne Stained Glass Window Film - (See-Through), it would be perfect for our new sun room.

Anastasia
anastasiastarz@gmail.com

EQ said...

Liked (fb)

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Unknown said...

Love this!I have a few windows that could really use updating!
Cheaper than new windows.

Heather Alexandria said...

this would be a gorgeous solution from my window upstairs that has a very unfortunate view. :)

Unknown said...

Love this!I have a few windows that could really use updating.Cheaper than new windows.

Liza Glick said...

Would love this for my bathroom for privacy and beauty! glickgirls@gmail.com

Manda said...

I would use it to brighten up my bathroom!

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Meesh said...

Love these! I would love to use them in my street-facing living room windows. I would cover the bottom half allowing for privacy without eliminating natural light.

Meesh said...

I liked them on FB as well. Looking forward to inspiration ideas!

Jessica said...

I love the lite frosted privacy window film the best!

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Jessica said...

I like them on facebook too

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Eligonma said...

I would use the $75 credit on frosted film for my two French doors. Thank you!

Eligonma said...

I Like Wallpaper For Windows on Facebook.

SolDucky said...

This would make our entry door so lovely but provide privacy since we are near a busy road.

laura falcon said...

I love the stained glass ones the best. I would use the winning certificate for the screen doors and bathroom windows. PLEASE PICK ME!
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laura falcon said...

I liked them on FB too!
PLEASE, PLEASE pick me!

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rachel said...

After moving into our apartment, we realized the bathroom windows are actually see-through -- and not the blurry privacy windows we thought they were! Eeek...so I'd use it there!

Annie said...

Wow - this would be lovely for my kitchen! The windows are right on the street, first floor, and to keep privacy my shades are always drawn. This seems like a great way to let in light while maintaining some level of privacy. I hope I win!

Anonymous said...

I would use the gc to cover our larger windows on the sides of our front door for a fun style and privacy!-Heather

Anonymous said...

I like them on FB my fb name is heather

Anonymous said...

Dear Ashley,

these are fantastic! precisely what I was looking for to increase privacy but still let light in on a single french door (hmmm... are French doors by definition a pair of doors...?) that looks in on my entryway/command center with lots of schedule/personal info about my family easily viewable. I had contemplated a roman shade, but with the traffic that goes through that door, the slamming back and forth of the shad that would likely occur from my 4 little kiddos would invariably decrease it's lifespan! This is somewhat childproof! :)

Please enter me into the giveaway and thanks for the cool find!

Susan

Anonymous said...

Hi Ashley,

I'd LOVE to win the $75.00 gift certificate! I've got a large window in my entry way that looks out onto a shared, outdoor stairway. It would be wonderful to use one of the Wallpaper on Windows designs to maximize privacy without loosing the beautiful light.

Thank you for the opportunity to win the gift certificate!
Loretta

Adrienne N. said...

please pick me!! i looove this!! so many uses for it!! I would use it for my kitchen widows!!!

sunny091 said...

This is a fantastic idea! I would use it in my bathroom window.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ashley:
I would so love the gift certificate for wallpaper for windows. I remodeled a couple of years ago but still need to put something on the bottome window panes in order to have privacy from my neighbor. Thank you!!!

Jane

Anonymous said...

Ashley,
I would love to win this gc as I have 2 french doors that led out to my courtyard and they need some kind of treatment for a little privacy. I have been searching for something for 2 years now Pick me!!!! Nancy from Virginia

Robin said...

Love this idea for my screen-and-glass front door. I like to leave it open in the summer, but how about some privacy!

Tina from A Few Pretty Things said...

I love the Eden etched window film

tina.anapnioti@gmail.com

BrittanyB-G said...

I would definitely use the "Monterey Sun Stained Glass" on every window in my home. I love the lead glass look and at this price point, it's a great decor upgrade! I'm crossing my fingers for the prize!

Maker said...

We have a bathroom that looks over a neighbor's yard. A privacy film would be perfect!

BrittanyB-G said...

I also liked Wallpaper for Windows on Facebook!

Joan J said...

Love love love! I have two long windows on each side of my front door that I don't want to put curtains on because I need the natural light in the hallway, but I hate the fact that people "peek in" when they're waiting for me to answer the door. Seems like this product is the perfect and tasteful solution!

nicole said...

I love the "Allure Frosted" privacy film and would love that for the closet doors of my master bedroom!

nicole said...

I "liked" on Facebook!

Anonymous said...

My front door opens in the living room. The door has four glass panels which let in a lot of light, which is lovely during the day, but at night I feel like I live in a fish bowl: anyone can look in. I'd use the film on the door panels.

DayanaSimona12@gmail.com

therese said...

Thank you. I would love these for my very close to the street windows.

Anonymous said...

This is exactly what I've been looking for!
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Lois Walls said...

I love this idea! I live in an older home and this would be beautiful in my living room!!
lois.walls@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

My neighbors built 18 inches from my kitchen window and upstairs bedroom window, blocking an open view. Now I look onto an ugly painted slats. I have often wondered what I could do to cover my windows without having to replace them with sandblasted glass windows. The cost is expensive. Wallpaper for Windows seems to be the perfect solution. I love the leaded glass look. Thanks for their information.
Sherry

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