Natural light is one of the biggest selling points of a house. However, you do not have to move houses to find the light. A home remodel can bring in the natural light you crave. Ben Stout Construction is the expert business in turning dark spaces into bright homes.
Add Windows and Open Doors
The best way to bring natural light into a home is to open the space with windows and doors. Installing more windows takes advantage of sunlight and allows you to enjoy the view. Exchange a solid exterior door for one with windows or sidelights to brighten entryways. A sliding glass door illuminates a dark space. Enlarging the opening for larger windows is not always an option. In that case, models with thinner frames or bay windows can replace old windows to let in more light. Skylights are perfect for bringing light into dark rooms.
Consider Your Décor
Solar tubes shine natural light into spaces where windows or skylights are not possible. Sprucing up your space with a light paint color helps move natural light around the room. Dark colors absorb light so it is important to pick a lighter color for moldings as well. Another way to move natural light through a room is with the use of mirrors. They can make the room look larger and airy.
Fall back in love with your home by shining natural light throughout. Ben Stout Construction offers an expert home remodel, handling anything from new windows to installing skylights.
Ben Stout Construction works with you to create a home you’ll love. If you’re in the market to remodel your existing home, learn more about Ben Stout Construction online at benstoutconstruction.com or contact us at 910-779-0019.
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