Natural light has been a thing of the past as the number of apartments and high rises, particularly in urban areas, has increased. This has resulted in darker hallways and kitchens, as well as steadily rising electricity expenditures. While artificial light can help, it's no substitute for the first rays of sunlight coming in through the open windows, which may brighten your entire day. While there's no avoiding the emergence of yet another flat that blocks your sliver of natural light, there are some things you can do to make your property appear brighter and more attractive.
ALWAYS PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT YOU'VE GOT
Take a careful look around your home and figure out where the primary natural light sources are. Use it to your advantage once you've figured it out. Plan ahead of time to avoid clogging up those few spaces. Look for large, airy windows with fibre slides that allow light to pass through even when the slides are closed.
THE CURTAINS SHOULD BE RAISED
If you already have a lack of sunlight to brighten your day, it's best to avoid buying heavy or elaborate drapes, no matter how grand they appear on the mall displays. Look for light-weight, lightweight materials that enable enough of light to travel through. Also in bright tones. Dark colors absorb light, which is exactly what you don't want. The nicest fabrics are organza or synthetic, and they come with pretty embroidery, giving them the appropriate diminutive look.
PUT THE FOILAGE IN THE BAY
If you have access to a garden, don't go overboard with growing large trees that block out natural light. Though the shade and coolness are appealing, they are not a luxury you can afford. Keep greenery out of the way of windows to avoid blocking the view. The brightness of your home takes precedence over greenery. Plant modest trees and stay away from creepers, which will grow all over your walls and convert your house into an overnight greenhouse.
BE CREATIVE AND IMPROVISE
It's all about making the most of what you've got. Wallowing in self-pity isn't going to help. So, if you only have one set of inlets in your chamber, make sure you play the other cards correctly. The walls were painted in light colors. Mirrors and gleaming surfaces should be used in the decor. These reflect light and provide the impression of more space, making your room appear larger than it is. Tie your blinds as far up as possible if you have them on your windows. Keep your pelmets longer than the width of your windows to allow you to pull the curtains back as far as feasible.
SWITCH IT ON
There is no denying that natural light is superior to artificial light. You'll need backup for those gloomy, overcast days when even the sun isn't cooperating. Make an investment in a quality lighting system for your home.
Lamp shades in neutral tones, as well as floor and wall lamps, are available. Strategic placement is required, and you'll almost certainly need professional assistance, but the overall product will be well worth it.
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