11 Ways to Get More Natural Light Into Dark Rooms

The level of natural light in your rooms can really affect your mood. Those blessed rays can make you feel positive when things don’t look so great. We don’t need another study to tells us that bright rooms make us feel good.
Here are 11 ways to improve your room's natural light levels -
1. The Mirror Effect (and its not just adding mirrors!)
2. The Best Window Treatments
3. Being Transparent
4. Choosing Paint Colors for walls and floors
5. What To Do About Dark Ceilings
and 6 more.
This is great information if you have dark rooms.
Read the other ideas in the post right here... http://decoratedlife.com/10-ways-natural-light-dark-rooms/
Using wall mirrors is one thing - adding mirrors to you closet doors will make the room automatically look bigger and lighter.
Add more glass - glass doors, glass internal door, glass or acrylic table tops - they allow light to go through and keep it in the room.
Pendant lights, along with shiny reflective appliances are a must in larger kitchens with little natural light.
Neutral, muted walls are perfect for larger rooms with little natural light in the middle of the rooms. The back mirror is framed with more mirrors for full effect.

A mirror at the end of a dark corridor or hallway will give it light and make it look longer.
This hallway uses mirrors, light walls and brass fittings to keep every bit of light in the middle of the room.
Sheer window treatments give privacy and let in natural light.
Brass letters, wall sconces, mirrors and light floors help keep this bathroom from looking really dark..

Find the full list and more ideas on the blog...
Christine - Pearl + Creek
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