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:
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:
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!
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.
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