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The lower half of a kitchen window is covered in a colorful floral privacy film that makes it look like stained glass.

Privacy For Your Kitchen: Say Goodbye to Prying Eyes With Flowers!

Project from Cintia -

As fresh as looking into a colorful flower bed in spring. A modern interpretation of stained glass gives a high-quality effect. And doubly reassuring – since it is reminiscent of mandala designs and also provides effective privacy as well as eye protection. You might be asking yourself: wow, what is that? We’ll tell you: a contemporary, quick DIY privacy screen for kitchen windows using the d-c-fix® window film “Lisboa red.” And as you can tell, this film can do rather a lot. Ready for your next DIY project with Lisboa? So you can start to look forward to your first truly undisturbed cup of coffee in the morning with a view from the kitchen window!

You will need …

  • d-c-fix® window film “Lisboa red”
  • d-c-fix® application kit with doctor blade and utility knife
  • d-c-fix® application fluid or spray bottle with water

  • Pencil
  • Yard stick
  • Ruler
  • Cloth

Let’s go!

Learn how to create a privacy screen with Lisboa:


You have everything you need? Then get started!

Step 1

Use the yard stick to determine the width of the window and the desired height of the privacy screen and then clean the kitchen window thoroughly.

Step 2

Transfer the measurements onto the backing paper of the window film and cut the piece of film to size along the ruler using the utility knife.

Step 3

Spray the glass surface generously with application fluid or water from the spray bottle.

Step 4

Now remove the backing paper from the piece of film.

Step 5

Place the window film in the desired position on the glass surface.

Step 6

Use the doctor blade to smooth the window film, bit by bit, with light pressure on the window to allow any moisture between the window glass and the back of the film to escape.

Step 7

Finally, use the cloth to wipe the glass surface and window frame dry.

You’re done!

  • Katarina.skoogh@yahoo.com
    Posted at 21:36h, 20 April Reply

    Hej en liten fråga.
    Finns det spegelfilmsplast till fönster som man inte kan se om rummet är tänt eller släckt utifrån?

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