Month: April 2019

Let There Be Light In Your Bedroom!

Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year, and then the light slowly starts returning to the northern hemisphere. But that still means we have many months of the year when our bedrooms get very little or no light in the mornings, when we get up, and are dark long before we go to sleep. If you?re someone who gets blue without enough light in your life, try brightening up your bedroom by making it feel like summer! Think summer.

Light colors, light fabrics. Take down the dark, heavy drapes and let the windows bring in as much light as possible during the day. When evening approaches, pull down the blinds and close the sheer curtains, which will look delightful in the glow of your warm bedroom lighting. Use soft white or pink-tinted bulbs in your lamps, or the full spectrum bulbs that replicate natural sunlight. They can make a huge difference in how you feel! One way to optimize the light that comes in during the day is to position a large mirror on a wall across from or corner to a window. The mirrors will reflect sunlight and bounce it around the room. Hanging crystals in your windows is another way to bounce light around the room at certain times of day ? except this will be like having rainbows all around you!

Make your bedroom feel lighter simply by eliminating or moving around your furniture to have more open space available. Use colors for your bedding that complement the summer scheme, such as celadon, aquamarine, a hint of orange and yellow, or nautical navy blue and white stripes. A floral-pattern or green rug on the floor will evoke summertime thoughts, as will adding some flowering plants, greenery, or vases of flowers. A large tropical plant with palm leaves gives an instant feeling of warmth! If you have a fireplace in the bedroom, try decorating the mantle with shells or framed photos taken in the summer. A painting or photo above the mantle of the beach, a boat on water, or lush foliage can add to the effect. Try a few of these suggestions to brighten your bedroom and give you a taste of summertime ? even during the dark days of winter!

Enhancement of Home As Well As Office Decor with Vertical Blinds

These blinds are attached with a string at both the ends. These can be adjusted to allow the amount of light inside the room. Adjustment of these can be done with the help of an attached string by pulling it up or down. These are used to enhance the beauty of a room. The usage of fabric vertical is quite versatile. Every type of house with any kind of architecture can use these as their home decor. These suit well with any type of wall colors and textures. A range of colour collection gives you the liberty to choose the desired color. These days, people choose various color combination for a single room. Every room contains a different color and specification so that all the rooms of a house do not look the same. Specific colored can be used in a room containing two different colors. Vertical also create an illusion of space in the room due to their length. These can be used in small areas of a house to make the area look spacious. Bright colored blinds are used more in kid’s rooms as they give away vibrant waves.

Fabric vertical blinds suit the best if you frequently need to change the amount of light entering into the room. These give full as well as partial outside view. The direction of these blinds can be changed from left to right. Turing the blind to the extreme ends either opens the blinds or closes them. These can be left in the middle to allow partial light into the room. These blinds are also used in offices. As most of the offices these days are build of glass structures these look great if teamed up with the glass. These blinds with straight vertical strips give out a more formal look to the room. Light and soft colors are used for offices out of the range of colors obtained in these blinds. These are also available in beautiful designs.Vertical blinds are made with the help of a fabric. Vertical strips of fabric are arranged next to one another in a manner that natural light can be blocked when not required.