Decorating tip: a house full of light
Light is a must in every home. I’m not talking about artificial light of course, but the one we enjoy during the day, the daylight. Today, I would like to talk to you about decoration, especially how to play with this natural light without harming the aesthetics of your home. We will mainly focus on Windows, but you should know that there is more to a dazzling house than just windows.
Skylights, a decorative and luminous solution
We all have a room in our house that probably receives no natural light at all, but that we would still like to have a nice light during the day. Once upon a time, lighting fixtures were the only solution, but those days are long gone.
Today, you can make use of skylights. This is a concept that allows you to bring natural light captured by the roof of the house into the room you want. So I would advise you to see what options you have in this area.
What I find most interesting is that the skylights are very designer for the most part. So if you have a modern decor, I think you’ll have no worries about incorporating all this.
Playing with light while decorating
You have a large bay window or a big window that gives you natural light all day long, but you need some darkness at some point, especially when you want to take a nap.
To block out the light, I suggest that this time you dispense with the eternal curtains, accessories that we always use when it comes to decorating. My decorating tip of the day is to opt for Venetian blinds, made of wood, what’s more.
These actually look great with beautiful ribbing. You’ll see how much they can add to a room while allowing you to play with the light in many ways to give you the results you want.