It’s not the size that matters, it’s how you use it.
Um, we’re talking about homes.
If one room in the home receives more light than the other, consider hacking a wall to let light into the other room. In a home with a low-ceiling, open-concept living can make it feel less cave-like.
NEXT: Make use of glass walls →
If you’re not keen on an open-concept home, replacing some walls with glass is an alternative way to more light into your home, especially in between rooms and in narrow spaces.
NEXT: Embrace an all-white colour palette →
A simple fact that we all forget from time to time: the colour white reflects light.
NEXT: Decorate minimally →
Curate the items you would like to display and what you want to conceal to minimise clutter.
NEXT: Have a lighting plan for each room →
This is crucial as when the sun goes down, you’ll want to ensure your home is still well-lit for the activities you carry out at night.
NEXT: Use adjustable window blinds →
Blinds give you the flexibility of how much sunlight you want your home to receive.
NEXT: Add mirrors →
An old but reliable “trick” of the industry, mirrors are a cost-effective way of brightening a space. As mirrors reflect light, it will give the illusion of a larger and brighter home.
NEXT: Knock down walls →
By Home & Decor, 24 June 2016
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