A few weeks ago I featured some lovely “all glass” front doors. They are truly unique and a design element, to which, I am partial.

This morning I was looking around and stumbled upon a great blog post over at Seventh House on the Left. Ashley, the blog owner, didn’t want her glass front door so “open to the public”.

As I mentioned in one of my posts about glass front doors, while they are stunning, they can also be a bit “revealing” if your front door opens directly into your living space instead of a foyer, as was the case in this particular instance.

Here is Ashley’s door before…

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Pretty door, but I totally get the privacy thing.

So, Ashley had a really cool fix to the problem. She cut contact paper into a pretty pattern and added it to the window, creating a frosted glass effect…

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Cool, right?!? All I can say is, she must have a really steady hand when using scissors!

And, look how nicely it fits in with her overall decor…

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So you still get all the daylight without sacrificing nighttime privacy and in the process, she made a pretty door absolutely stunning.

If you’d like all the ins and outs of the process used, head over to Seventh House on the Left for details.