The more windows and doors your walls have the darker the wall color can be. If you have very small windows or only a few opt for lighter shades of the darker hue to make the room feel brighter and larger.
A dark bathroom needs reflectance: Think again if you’re thinking that dark colors don’t belong in the bathroom. Pendant lighting over the vanity wall sconces and recessed lighting can brighten the space beautifully. Opt for reflective dark materials instead of matte-finished ones to emphasize the light.
This light is dazzling and always a focal point for any room. It goes great above the dinning table or equally at home in the bedroom.
However with a home automation system you can simply adjust the thermostat from the convenience of your office a few hours before heading home. This is both cost effective and saves on energy and it helps you stay “on top of” your life when you have run out the door first thing in the morning without considering much else besides arriving to work on time.
The Halo lighting collection designed by Martín Azúa for Vibia evokes technology design art and life to create a family of pendant lights that is unique for this type. This light design floats in the air forming harmonious shapes lines circles- while generating sensations similar to those experienced in nature.
Natural lighting can save your room: When considering dark colored interiors determine if your space has the ability to let in natural light. Whether it is through windows skylights translucent materials such as flooring ceiling panels or even glass block walls.