Windows allow natural light to touch the floor of your home and create openness to make your room feel significantly larger. However, there can be times when you find yourself in a newly-bought house, and encased within the walls of its kitchen, basement, or more, without windows. Fortunately, with unique craftsmanship and a whole lot of creativity, you don’t need to accept these drab and bland spaces anymore.
Home Envy Services, a respected name among the local full bathroom remodeling contractors, spills some helpful tips on transforming your windowless room into a beautiful and glowing spot in your home.
The More Mirrors, The Merrier
Decorating your room with a large mirror or wall of mirrors can work wonders by reflecting light throughout the room and adding depth that breaks up constricting wall planes. You can easily find stylish mirrors in various shapes, sizes, and materials in the nearest home design store.
Friendly French Doors
A French door is of light construction made distinct by multiple glass panes extending for most of its length. If your windowless room luckily has a doorway, why not convert it into one? It gives the sense of outdoors by peeking out into the extension of your home, and also adds ample light in. This can be a heavy task for some, so better ask the help from local window specialists or trusted sunroom and tub to shower remodelers.
Work With White
You might think that white paint is a lazy backdrop idea for a room, but going for white walls actually comes from a functional perspective. White is the best at simulating natural sunlight and opening up space. Additionally, it’s a versatile color to work with if you have an ever-changing sense of style as it welcomes bright-colored pillows and quirky wall arts rather easily.
Add glow to your windowless room, and work with Envy Home Services, one of Chicagoland’s leading sunroom and small bathroom renovation companies.
Call us at (847) 463 1815 or fill out this contact form and we’ll set up a meeting with you at your home or business for a free, no-obligation consultation.