Decorating 1830’s House with Colored Glass
Today’s post is from This Old House* magazine. Jan/Feb, 2010 issue pg. 50
Colored glass windows were another decorative element used in homes of the well to do during the 1800’s. Both stylish and functional in use, the benefits of colored glass are as obvious today as they have been for centuries. The window in this article about an 1830’s home, has been illustrated to demonstrate a few ways Deco Tints can be used.
The following colors are available in the Deco Tint Decorative Window Film collection. Click a color for details.
* “This Old House” magazine and Trademark is owned by This Old House Ventures, Inc. Use of the original image and the Deco Tint added images are for illustrative purposes only and do not represent an endorsement by the magazine or its publisher.
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