Bring in daylight with solar screen shades

Nov 12 2010

Bring in daylight with solar screen shades
Bring in daylight with solar screen shades
The fall and winter are much darker than the summer months, and homeowners who are looking to prepare for the early sunsets may want to find effect ways to brighten their homes.

Hanging wall mirrors in strategic places in each space can help achieve this goal because the glass will naturally reflect daylight and also make the room appear more spacious.

"The reflection psychologically makes one feel that there is more space than there actually is," interior designer Lincoln Murangira told The Daily Monitor.

Many frames also come in stylish patterns and colors, so the mirrors can be an aesthetic touch to an area as well.

Stocking up on other accessories that are made from glass or steel can also create a cheerful glitter throughout the room. At night, overhead lamps will play off the objects and during the day, daylight will refract through them.

A coffee table with a glass-top can be one of the many pieces that help make a space brighter during winter evenings.

It can also be beneficial to let in as much light as possible. Solar screen shades block the glare of sunlight, but still allow illumination.
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