Four Easy Tips To Light Up Your Home During Lockdown
Spending a vast amount of #HomeLife working from home is beginning to feel draining but did you know that inviting more natural light can help change the energy in your home? To some, our weekends in lockdown seem to be slipping by much faster than they used to be, so let’s see how we can invite more light into our homes to charge the day and feel more energised! Use bright colours Colours play an important role in changing the energy in a room. Using bright and calm colours on the walls not only helps to reflect more light but it also creates a comfortable and attractive space that will help you to be more productive. The white walls and matching furniture in double storey link home, Olive helps reflect light, making this spacious master bedroom look even bigger. Decorated together with a tropical themed wallpaper that adds a pop of colour into the space, don’t you feel instantly energised in this space? If you’re feeling a little adventurous and white walls are just not your style, try adding in a pop of colour like how we’ve done in single storey home, Cornflower. Mirror, mirror on the wall Mirror, mirror on the wall, can you make my room brighter for all? The answer is yes. Mirrors help in reflecting both natural and artificial light, making the space brighter during the day and night. An added bonus is that mirrors can also make your space look larger and more open. Have a look at the free flowing living and dining space in double storey semi-d, Ixora2, the mirror placed by the dining table helps reflect the natural light maximised through the home’s ceiling to floor windows. Furniture with glass or reflective surfaces have the same effect. These kitchen cabinets in Cornflower have mirrored accents that reflect light back into the kitchen. Create more open space It’s always exciting to decorate a brand new home and sometimes we do get carried away when shopping for décor. The more pieces, possessions, and patterns you have in a room, the more cluttered it will feel – making it difficult for light to pass through. Be intentional about everything that goes into the room when you are decorating it, as Marie Kondo, the tidying expert would always ask, “Does it spark joy?”, if it doesn’t, then it’s best to keep it away. The key to making your room bright and feel more spacious at the same time is to keep things simple. Take a look at this room in double storey link home, Sunflower which allows plenty of natural light in by keeping to a simple minimalistic theme that is free from clutter. Giving your windows much needed TLC What’s the most important tip to invite more natural light into your home? Cleaning your windows. While it may seem like an obvious way to welcome more natural light in, it’s a chore that many of us tend to overlook. Taking the time to wipe them down thoroughly can be both relaxing and rewarding at the same time, who wouldn’t love to look at their sparkling clean windows. Your window is your best friend when it comes to bringing in more light, so give them as much tender loving care as you can! We hope these tips would help you make the spaces in your home brighter. If you’ve been looking for a home with bright and spacious rooms, take a tour of our collection of homes in Bandar Baru Sri Klebang here kintaproperties.com/bbsk/, your dream home may just be a click away.