My house is pretty darn shaded, however i have woods on all numerous sides of me! Frequently my partner & I are trying to get light in the houseâ€¦ The people I was with and I have painted the rooms all light colors.
- The people I was with and I have added more overhead lights & outdoor lighting.
The people I was with and I even have added significantly more windows in the house all in the name of making things brighterâ€¦ What is strange is that there are only numerous rooms in the house that get sun exposure, then my partner’s office has daylight pouring into it at a certain time of day. The guest bathroom also gets quite a bit of sun around the day. It seemed wrong to block off the only sun with blinds or curtains. I think my partner legitimately enjoyed her office view as well. I started looking online & found that there are residential sun control window films! You add a proactive layer inside the house on the glass. You can choose to have it clear or opaque from the outside. The people I was with and I decided to make it visible from inside & outside the house, so our sun control window film only has a slight light gray tint that doesn’t affect the viewâ€¦ All it does is stop the sun from coming inside the house & prevents the glare in my partner’s esure; Now the office does not think so darn sizzling in the day either, and she can prefer laboring with a view all day. The bathroom also is much better with the window film; Only doing those numerous windows was legitimately cost effective as well.