I put the wall pop on my door window and it is gorgeous the sunlight is beautiful shining through it and it keeps prying eyes away
I bought this 3 weeks ago. Loved the design but it did not cover the width of the window. I had to tape down the bottom edges.
I have a small lock & leave apartment where the spare bedroom looked out on a dirty brick wall. Dogwood Window Film was a lovely solution. Light comes in - it is very easy to install and it really looks like stained glass. Thanks, Wallpops!
I bought this a few weeks ago and we finally installed it last week. It looks lovely! It is excellent for privacy, and it looks beautiful with the light shining through. Would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a beautiful and functional window film. Easy to install! We used two rolls for one very large bathroom window.
This was very easy to install, and beautiful to look at. I’ve had it in for 2 weeks now and it seems impervious to water in the shower or below freezing temperatures outside the window it’s on. However, it smelled TERRIBLE when I got it. The smell didn’t wear off quickly either, I had to put it outside for 3 or 4 days. All in all, it smelled bad for about a week before I dared install it. If not for that, I’d give it 5 stars.
I bought this for a bathroom window that is seen on our deck and I didn't like how the back of a curtain can be seen. This worked perfectly for that. Very easy to put up just make sure corners and edges are touching the glass or it will create an air pocket.Very happy with this purchase. I am going to do another window like this.
This was the first time I had ordered anything from Wallpops and also the first time using privacy window film. I have been sprucing up my kitchen in my house (built in 1900)- painting, finishing wood trim etc. I chose the window film to replace cotton window panels hung on three doors with varying sizes of glass panes in them. Delivery was prompt and installation was easier than I imagined having spent numerous times fighting with bubbles under iPhone screen protectors! I would definitely recommend cutting the film piece a little smaller all around than the pane of glass you are going to cover. Makes it a lot easier. Also- best to cut the piece to size and then make sure its shape is flattened - especially at the ends (where it might tend to curl up and reduce adherence). It was easy (if necessary) to totally remove the film and replace. Just keep glass surface wet. I used the Dogwood premium and the Peacock premium patterns. The Dogwood works well with my natural trim doors. They both could be a little more vivid, but overall I'm very pleased.
Took some patience to get it right, but the finished project is beautiful.