Oversized sliding glass doors – Sliding cover cover a lot of space on the wall of the living or family room. Fill the glass panels with decorative designs using traditional techniques and imagination. Cover the door panels from top to bottom or add a focal detail in the center of each door to visually break the extent of clear glass. Create a print design covered doors using rubber seals and permanent solvent ink. The non-absorbent nature of glass requires that you do not press firmly on the ink stamp or stained glass.
Create a work of art faux stained glass on one side of its oversized sliding glass doors covered using black paint and caulking windows. Draw a design of stained glass in the door with a black marker or paint pen; patterns are available online and at craft stores. It covers the design lines with black caulking to create a slightly raised line leading to mimic real stained glass. After drying putty, color sections between the sealant with stained glass paint.
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Vinyl window films are available in a variety of designs for mounting door panels oversized sliding glass doors. The vinyl film covers one side of the door, giving you the option of having two separate fronts and on the back of each door panel scenes. Cover only one side of the glass door panel and the design is visible from both sides of the door.
Another way to decorate a sliding door is covered with vinyl word art create using vinyl letters. Select from a variety of type styles available in most art stores to represent your favorite poem, inspirational phrase or word from one side of the door. To place vinyl lettering, remove the protective paper from the adhesive side, press the letter on the glass and press the protective paper on the front of the card with a pencil or squeegee.