Victorian stained glass house number stickers for a front door, fanlight or transom. Resized to your exact measurements, our window film is easy to apply in minutes.Read More
Stained glass house numbers are applied directly to your existing glass, and therefore are a very cost effective alternative to real stained glass, and they do look the part. Using our service, you'll be able to order a sticker scaled and printed to your exact dimensions, with your own house number. Our Victorian designs are created by printing the design on a clear adhesive film, to allow the maximum of light through. You'll also have the option to order matching panels to go on the rest of your windows.
The stained glass effect, once printed, is translucent, but not transparent. Please order samples before you place your order.
As a rule and for durability, our films are printed for internal application, and can only be applied to smooth, non-textured glass.
Try to find a design that suits your interior, then select the colour that best matches your colour scheme. If you are planning to paint your front door for example, either select a colour for the door and find a suitable design within that colour range, or select a design and match the colour to your door.
We start off with original period stained glass images and designs, which we turn into digital graphics so that they can easily be resized to suit your window sizes.
If your window is arched for example, just order a bigger square or oblong piece which will cover the whole pane, and trim the excess material once applied to the glass, using a retractable knife.
We can reproduce most period designs. Just send us a photograph of your existing glass panel with the required sizes, and any relevant information, and we’ll get back to you with a quote. Please get in touch via the contact form.
Applying window film couldn’t be easier, and in most cases, the whole process can be completed in a matter of minutes. All you need is the small application tool provided free with your order, soapy water in a spray bottle, and the instructions of course. Please have a look at our video tutorial , it's really that simple!