A lot of people do love to embrace windows and simplicity of natural lighting that shines through it as a great, great plus to their living spaces. However, some of those same people may ignore the opportunity presented to dress those windows. Failing to do so can make you miss out on making the space stand for something. There are many positives by putting in some extra cash for those windows. Some of those include:
Controlled Natural Daylight:
Sure, we do love us some natural lighting in the house, but sometimes it can become a problem. Blinds, drapes and sheers can instantly give you the power to fight off the evil that is glares. You are given the power to control the light. And who doesn’t love the power of control?
Controlled Light Pollution:
Here’s something you may not have known before: the amount of light trespass into your home has a direct impact of night sky visibility. This has been a growing concern in the eco-friendly design world. Lack of night sky visibility, most notably in urban areas, can cause disconnection from the humans to the capacity of the earth. And more simply, is just a waste of energy.
Beauty & Depth:
What you chose to treat your windows with does in fact have an impact on the space where the window is. Blinds, drapes, and sheers all have fitting aesthetic purposes and send visual messages about the space at hand. Think of it as the frosting on a cake. Frosting puts the message out on how why the cake is even around and gives it its flavor. It’s important.
Sometimes it’s very easy to see inside a place even though it’s dark outside. This is because people will have all their lights on yet have no shades to block someone’s sight inside. Shades or blinds add instant privacy.
Overall, one could come up with several reasons why window treatments or important, a necessity, and an improvement upon their windows. What are some reasons you guys have? And how did you go about it?