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Judith Taylor Designs added this to 8 Ways to Get Ambient Lighting Just Right
4. Amplify the light. In a room like this with one small window, the white paint amplifies the light. Mirrors on the sides of the window opening also would maximize the natural light. Tip: Inquire about your paint color's light reflectance value (LRV), a measure of how much light a color absorbs and reflects — especially if your windows are small and there is limited available light. Color (lighter colors reflect more; darker ones absorb more) and sheen level (more gloss equals more reflection) also have an effect.

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Brenda Andrew added this to brenda_andrew2359289's Ideas
April 7, 2014
We can make this sofa table
adambarnes added this to adambarnes's ideas
April 4, 2014
very basic TV display area
bruisedginger added this to Living Room
March 30, 2014
poster
diflame added this to diflame's ideas
February 23, 2014
light from a small window
abbylucy added this to abbylucy's Ideas
February 2, 2014
use of film posters
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January 28, 2014
dorit
emamirta added this to Dining Room Ideas
January 27, 2014
šraf štok
Wat Mis added this to wat_mis's ideas
December 1, 2013
Amplify the light. In a room like this with one small window, the white paint amplifies the light. Mirrors on the sides of the window opening also would maximize the natural light.
diandh added this to interiors
November 3, 2013
Ambient light
leafs4ever15 added this to Mancave
October 26, 2013
old workbench for bar table
prescriber added this to Wilkins house
October 10, 2013
верстак
newbsmt2 added this to my basement ideas
October 10, 2013
for back of basement
dooradoyle added this to small bedrooms
October 1, 2013
Mirror inside window
hdenwood added this to Space
September 30, 2013
Small room made to feel larger with the use of limited furniture.
jessica2811 added this to jessica2811's Ideas
September 21, 2013
Reflecting light paint
evaextee added this to evaextee's ideas
September 21, 2013
Amp. light with mirrors on the sides of a small window
rosie navi design added this to Lighting
September 20, 2013
Amplify the light. In a room like this with one small window, the white paint amplifies the light. Mirrors on the sides of the window opening also would maximize the natural light. Tip: Inquire about your paint color's light reflectance value (LRV), a measure of how much light a color absorbs and reflects — especially if your windows are small and there is limited available light. Color (lighter colors reflect more; darker ones absorb more) and sheen level (more gloss equals more reflection) also have an effect.
dmjohnson927 added this to Lighting
September 20, 2013
4. Amplify the light. In a room like this with one small window, the white paint amplifies the light. Mirrors on the sides of the window opening also would maximize the natural light. Tip: Inquire about your paint color's light reflectance value (LRV), a measure of how much light a color absorbs and reflects — especially if your windows are small and there is limited available light. Color (lighter colors reflect more; darker ones absorb more) and sheen level (more gloss equals more reflection) also have an effect.
lindafmg added this to Lighting
September 19, 2013
Ambient Light--3. Reflect natural light. This room has lots of natural light, drawing on a less-obvious strategy. Anytime you introduce mirrors, like the ones on the wall behind the sectional here, you reflect and amplify the light. Tip: Place a mirror opposite any available window if you have a dark basement or family room. No matter how small the window, it will bounce more light around.
jjmmdd added this to jjmmdd's ideas
September 19, 2013
mirrors on sides of window to amplify light
kathyu811 added this to new house #2
September 18, 2013
a basement idea?
stellavargas added this to living room ideas
September 18, 2013
DIFFERENT COLOR PALETTE
Jackie C added this to Lighting/electric
September 18, 2013
4. Amplify the light. In a room like this with one small window, the white paint amplifies the light. Mirrors on the sides of the window opening also would maximize the natural light. Tip: Inquire about your paint color's light reflectance value (LRV), a measure of how much light a color absorbs and reflects — especially if your windows are small and there is limited available light. Color (lighter colors reflect more; darker ones absorb more) and sheen level (more gloss equals more reflection) also have an effect.
kgo4it added this to Living Rooms - Multi-purpose spaces
September 18, 2013
Anytime you introduce mirrors, you reflect and amplify the natural light from windows Tip: Place a mirror opposite any available window if you have a dark basement or family room. No matter how small the window, it will bounce more light around.
buckeye14 added this to buckeye14's Ideas
September 18, 2013
Love the light
Travis Stensby added this to travis_stensby's Ideas
September 17, 2013
Mirror to reflect light
Jackie Eggen added this to jackie_eggen's ideas
September 17, 2013
Basement
shcu added this to gail's colors
September 17, 2013
lighting
webbannette added this to annette - 71 Glen
August 17, 2013
window recessed in soffit
Shelley Eleby added this to Eleby Farmhouse
August 16, 2013
simple basement set up
viviengcl added this to family room
August 10, 2013
Colours, casual feel
beaner91 added this to beaner91's ideas
August 3, 2013
Basement?
shielalindong added this to shielalindong's ideas
August 3, 2013
the simple interior
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