Everything influences the time of the decoration of a space, the distribution, the color, the furniture ... You have to know how to position and orient each object to obtain a good luminosity, learn to combine them.
- Glass panels: Replace an opening with a glass panel, both in the facade and in the interior, in this way you guarantee a better distribution of light without forgetting any corner.
- Rack: An elegant way to get light to areas of low natural light, such as kitchens. You just have to take advantage of them for a breakfast area or support surface.
- Light chimneys: With the creation of a system of mirrors, light can be brought to dark spaces. To install these systems the area should be near a terrace or the roof of the house.
- Without obstacles: It releases the light inputs of large and tall elements that prevent light from flowing freely. The curtains should be light and should only dim the light, preferably in light tones.
- Distribution: Very large or very tall items such as bookcases, cupboards, and the like should rest against the wall, leaving the auxiliary and lighter spaces and functions separate within a room.
- "Invisible" furniture: Are those elements that go unnoticed against a wall, as if it were a chameleon, and also act as reflectors of light.
- Clear tones: It is well known that these reflect the light better, while the intense ones absorb it. Learn to choose neutral tones for walls, floors and ceilings.
- Prints: Use fine stripes and small general motives in pastel shades that do not distort light. Reserve strong colors and large drawings for cushions and accessories.
- Textures: It uses natural fibers such as cotton, silk or linen, in addition to giving freshness they provide a smooth texture, which reflects a lot of light.