Deco Tints Decorate the Decorating Magazines

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Wallpaper For Windows! has developed a novel approach for demonstrating the versatility of their new Deco Tint collection of adhesive-free decorative window tints, with the addition of the "Decorating the Decorating Magazines" feature to its blog.

Adding a pastel colored border from Wallpaper for Windows Deco Tint Collection creates a very stylish look on this window from House Beautiful Magazine.

“As we peruse the decorating and lifestyle magazines for the latest trends in home fashion, we usually discuss the ways Deco Tints can be used to decorate windows and glass door pictured in the articles.

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Wallpaper For Windows! has developed a novel approach for demonstrating the versatility of their new Deco Tint collection of adhesive-free decorative window tints, with the addition of the "Decorating the Decorating Magazines" feature to its blog.

“As we peruse the decorating and lifestyle magazines for the latest trends in home fashion, we usually discuss the ways Deco Tints can be used to decorate windows and glass doors pictured in the articles,” said editor Renee Combs. “Often there are a variety of ways Deco Tints can be used, from adding a decorative accent, creating a decorative focal point to improving privacy. It is surprising how many different looks can be created on the same window or door.”

With the introduction of their “Deco Tint Decorating” blog, Wallpaper For Windows designers can now share these ideas with the public. Every Tuesday and Thursday an image selected from decorating and lifestyle magazines, TV shows or news events will be shown with a variety of examples demonstrating how the window/glass door could have been decorated using Deco Tints. The images illustrate the collections impact on a room and how little it costs (many ideas are under $50).

Featuring a decorator’s palette of 10 stained glass colors, the Deco Tint™ collection lets any homeowner or renter give a new custom look to existing windows and glass doors.

Each decorator color is available in both see-through and privacy versions. The see-through colors ‘soften’ the view, while one can still see out, a lot of visual clutter is removed from view. The privacy version colors have all the benefits of frosted glass, adding privacy without darkening the room. Available colors range from very light tint colors such as Mint, Sky Blue, Sandstone and Dusty Rose to more intense colors including Amber, Ocean Blue, Spring Green, Lavender, Morning Sun and Ruby.

As do-it-yourself projects go, Deco Tints are easy to apply and get impressive results. These adhesive-free films also save energy (cooler in summer, warmer in winter) and filter UV rays to protect carpet and furnishings.

“Deco Tints are a new product which weren’t available when the magazines took these photographs,” said Combs. “By demonstrating how Deco Tints could have been used, people can get a lot of decorating ideas and maybe we will have a place in future photo sessions.”

Visit http://www.wallpaperforwindows.com/decorating to see how Deco Tints are decorating the decorating magazines.

About Wallpaper For Windows
Wallpaper For Windows! is manufactured in Cocoa, FL USA by EtchArt, LLC using Made in the USA materials. Since 1996 Wallpaper For Windows has been a pioneer in the decorative adhesive-free window film market (at the time, many people were using contact paper). Wallpaper For Windows was chosen as one of the 5 Best new products by ABC's Good Morning America TV show in 1999. The inventor of Wallpaper For Windows! recently repurchased the company, and since then, the company has created many new stained glass, etched glass and frosted glass designs in privacy and see-through versions. The new Deco Tint collection is destined to improve the enjoyment and looks of millions of windows and glass doors.

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