Light By Day, Cosy By Night: The Family Home


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Modern design has not only entirely altered the way our homes look but has transformed the way we live with the main focus being on the way in which families live together as a unit and the space that is used in the home. Style indications promote an open way of living, more space, better structure and layout and welcoming inviting spaces that make us want to enjoy the home and have the ability to interact with each other. Any type of lighting creates a certain mood and atmosphere in an environment and not only are the types of lighting important but the way it is used, its strength and the variations on lighting within each room.

 

Functionality is crucial, a home has an obligation to fulfil certain requirements and this must not be sacrificed simply to incorporate style, style should increase and support the practical uses and the choice and level of lighting is the most important area to begin with when transforming the spaces. the concept of lighting in the home mirrors the concepts that surround fashion, looks need to be easily transformed from day to night, effortlessly and stylishly and in keeping with a certain theme and mood.Furnishinghomes.co.uk and interior design leaders promote and support the need to increase the lighting solutions, which will overhaul the look of a home.

 

Windows need to become a key feature and a focal point within most rooms; they need to have the ability to let in as much natural light as possible that creates a bright atmosphere during the daytime, a relaxed and welcoming environment that serves the purposes of the family during the day. It needs to allow the residents to use different areas and maintain the functionality of the spaces that are available and be in an environment that makes them feel safe and rested and able to carry out necessary tasks. When night time approaches the lighting should be representative of the purpose of each room. The bedroom for example should have low soft lighting, which supports the idea of rest and comfort whilst a more functional room such as the kitchen needs vibrant and striking lighting that allows certain tasks to be completed regardless of the time of day.

 

The lighting is the perfect finishing touch to the way a home is styled. It is often an area that is overlooked and there can be little focus on the types of lighting that will not only support the theme of a space but will allow it to fulfil its purpose and meet the requirements of those that use the spaces. it is another source of design and a different representation of personal style and artistic views.


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