By Erick Parrett. interior. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 04:02:01 AM.
The designer of this modern family room broke up the space into different sections. including a sitting and TV area. a cocktail area by the fireplace. and a small home library. Although this room is designed in white and light colors. all the materials are low-maintenance and easy to clean. A chalkboard is mounted behind the large sectional for messages and scribbles.
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.
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
There are many areas in your floor space you might view as completely useless. For instance. you may have a little floor space under an outcrop from the wall. Or maybe there is some floor space between two support beams. or a corner behind a chair.The truth is. these spaces have plenty of potential. For instance. a small table could go between support beams. creating an instant display area. storage space or worktable.