There are a number of tricks that can turn your dark dungeon into a light, airy home that flows throughout. Here’s some simple ways to do that:
- A Lick Of Paint – Many people know that by adding light colours to a room like magnolia or a white, you can brighten up your room and give the room a sense of space. This is easy to do and doesn’t break the bank either. The problem with this is, you may already have furniture that follows a certain theme so changing the walls could mean an expensive change in furniture.
- Bigger, Better Windows – Windows are a huge light source to any home. The more light you have into your home, the lighter it is going to feel and will again make you feel like the room is full of space. Windows have other practicalities too like being a good insulator and sound barrier but windows predominantly draw the light into your home. Good quality windows also improve the appearance of a home too.
- Bifold Doors – Bifolding doors are a brilliant addition to any home and give your downstairs an open plan feel to it. By installing them to the rear of your home you increase the amount of light drawn into your home and give the room the appearance of opening to the garden. These doors replace a large amount of brick with light, so you will definitely gain a brighter, airier space.
By adding more places for light to enter the home, the lighter a room is going to be. It’s simple. By adding bigger and better windows upstairs, you are drawing more light to each room. The same happens downstairs too and with bifold doors also fitted the more chance your home will feel light and airy.