Drafting Services in Sydney - Ways to get extra natural lighting into a dark space - Part 1
The level of natural light in your habitual space can really affect your mood and how the house appears to be. Those blessed rays, filled with sunlight and vitamin D make you feel positive and less moody. As a specialist in a residential drafting design company, our designers always look for ways to provide natural lighting into the house that bright rooms make the space feel happier, more alive and vibrant.
Our top 8 tips for bringing natural lighting into the house (today we'll share the first 5)
1. Decorate with mirror effect
The more shiny surfaces you can add to your rooms, the lighter they will appear. Create mirror effects in the entry and hallway often reflect every piece of available light. The bigger the mirror, the more light you capture in your room.
2. Window Treatment
Window treatments often absorb your precious natural light. Removing heavy or dark curtains will instantly give your more light and transform your dark rooms. Light colors and light weight fabrics all help to keep your natural light in tact.
3. Be transparent and open up the space
Using glass in your doors is a great way to get more natural light; externally and internally. Here are front doors with glass. There are lots of different styles. if privacy is an issue, use frosted or tinted glass.
4. Choose light paint colours
Choose paint colours that are neutral colors; like mushroom, white or light gray, to improve light in dark rooms. Choose wall colors from a range of lighter paint colors to lighten your room. You may add splashes color to your room by painting your ceiling or trim a different color; to create some warmth to the space.
5. Open up a dark ceiling with recessed lighting fixtures
Paint your ceilings white or light colors. Add recessed lighting fixtures if you can to brighten up the space. They add light to dark ceilings without destroying the great mood wood paneled ceilings or dark painted ceilings create. Add dimmer switches for control over our light source.