By Valentina Choquette. interior. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 20:16:24 PM.
There is: mirrors. Strategically place mirror art near windows and doors. where natural light is already abundant. The light will bounce off the mirror and into your home.Adding legs to furniture brings airiness to a room.5. Elevate your furnitureHeavy. squat furniture doesn't do you any favors when you're trying to make your home feel airier. You don't have to buy a whole new set of furniture. either.
Window coverings can trap much of the light you want to bring into your home. On the contrary. light-colored. lightweight curtains hung high will make your windows feel open and airy.If you normally have heavy or dark curtains hanging. consider swapping them out seasonally. This relatively easy change makes your home feel refreshed and ready for the warm months ahead.Expand your living space to the outdoors.3. Explore outdoor living
The principle also applies to furniture. How much do you really sit on that chair? Could it be replaced with something that folds up and is put away when you don't have company?You might also want to invest in larger furniture. which seems counterintuitive. But when you have a small chair and love seat. they actually take up more room because you have to leave space between them.
The higher a light is hung. the more it's able to simulate natural light. Recessed lighting is a huge help in adding brightness. You don't have to limit that light to your ceilings. either. Build recessed lighting into cabinets to add even more warmth.Light curtains hung high on the wall maximizes natural light.2. Minimize your window coverings