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It is summer and that means that days are longer and there is more light around. Summer interior trends claim a lot of natural light, bright colors and lightness, what will make your home more and more summery.
Various of interior solutions for summer could help you to gain the easiness. Large and elegant frames in modern windows, glass textures and light materials refresh your summer home décor where colorful home furniture takes a significant place.
Take as much light as you can into your house. Need advice how to do it? Take a look at the interior decorating ideas written below.
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1. Add windows
Adding large windows is one of the main measures to catch a natural light and save it inside.
2. Add glass doors
Glass doors will help you to add even more light and freshness inside.
3. Take down unnecessary walls
Walls take a lot of space, so the best solution to let in the light is to take down unnecessary walls.
4. Paint your rooms in deep colors
The inclination with dark rooms is to paint them light to try and brighten things up, but sometimes the best thing to do is to embrace the shadows and go for deeper, moody colors that make a dark room feel cozy and bright.
5. Use translucent details
Translucent details will create an impression of large space and let the light spread easily.
6. Be glossy
Glossy surfaces reflect the light and spread natural light around.
7. Use louver
Sometime light become annoying. Big windows with louver is better decision than large walls.
All of these advices will help you feel the spirit of the summer much more than before. You can find more ideas on our board Windows Inspiration Ideas.
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