Stained glass decorative film: What’s old is new again!

Between the 5th and 15th centuries – the span of 1,000 years also known as the middle ages – the use of stained glass began. Originally used in churches, mosques and castles – places of significance – stained glass was used to adorn a space. Stained glass is both an art and craft – requiring artistic skill to develop a practical design, the engineering competency to assemble the window and then ultimately construct it into its intended space. Like windows today, stained glass windows needed to be snug to keep out the elements, support its own weight but also allow light to come through. The overall design can range from biblical narratives, academic themes, floral themes – the options are many.


Why is Everyone So in Love With Solar Window Film?

Looking for a long lasting solution to your irregular temperatures within your home? Most people try everything in the book to get rid of this home problem and put money back into their pockets to be saved for other things. Regulating the temperature of your home can become an especially pricy business, not to mention the headaches it can hand you. Finding a solution that also saves you money is extremely hard to come by. Luckily, there is a newer solution that is on the rise: solar window film.


Rice Paper

Rice paper is a product made from paper-like materials found in East Asia from different plants for different purposes: a type of canvas for painting, a type of paper for writing, artwork and architecture and an edible sheet often used in Vietnamese cuisine. A common mistake is that rice paper is made from rice. It is not. It’s a term that describes the likeness of the paper – very thin and nearly transparent.