Stained glass film

Our coloured transparent window film is an attractive form of window covering which gives you the sophisticated look of traditional stained glass without the associated high costs and installation problems.
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Our coloured transparent window film is an attractive form of window covering which gives you the sophisticated look of traditional stained glass without the associated high costs and installation problems.

Stained glass window film is so versatile - it can transform a window or glass door panel into a work or art, obscure an ugly view, or brighten up basic cupboards. It works particularly well on external windows and doors where the light streaming through the coloured film changes the ambience of a room.

Our range of beautiful jewel coloured transparent window film is an attractive window covering that gives the sophisticated look of traditional stained glass, without the usual associated high costs and difficulty with installation.  

Simple to apply, it can be easily removed at a later date if you decide to redecorate and want to replace it with a new look.

Stained glass window film colours

This season we have extended our range of window film colours so it is ever more versatile to create the look, pattern, or style you want.

Our stained glass window film colour range now includes:

  • Red
  • Grass green
  • Amber
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Apple green
  • Turquoise
  • Blue
  • Magenta
  • At Brume, we love windows of all shapes and sizes but we especially love the use of colour! You can use this (just the same as you would with any of our other window films) to acheive a coloured window effect without the expensive cost of traditional stained glass window glazing.

    A brief history of stained glass windows

    Stained glass has been around since the ancient times, from being used for jewellery and detailed glassware objects by the Romans and Egyptians, to some of the most intricate and spectacular windows in mosques, churches and other grand buildings that can still be seen in their original form today.

    Stained glass windows weren't always just attractive patterns, many windows were used to portray stories particulary in the Middle Ages where the windows would often be so vast in scale and detail that iron framing was used to house each individual section.

    Today though, times have changed. Stained glass window film can be used as an affordable alternative to traditional glazing methods and at Brume we think there's a place for stained glass windows in your home; whether it's used in small amounts or as large statement pieces, coloured stained glass window film can create warmth in a room (think reds and oranges) or it can be used to match an era of design such as an art deco window theme.

    Stained glass window film inspiration

    We've put together a collection of some of our favourite stained glass windows that we could find to give you some inspiration for your coloured window projects. Some of the images on our Pinterest board below use our coloured window film and have been created by happy Brume customers!

  • If you're thinking of using stained glass window film for your next interior design project, we would love to hear from you and as always, if you've got any questions our team are more than happy to help.

     

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