Sun is a natural and beneficial element, here are some reasons why you should let the sun into your home:
The sun is the center of our solar system and has been the mythical-religious worship object for centuries. While on the one hand it makes life possible and is an almost inexhaustible source of energy, too much sun can also destroy it. Today it is clear: without the sun, there would be no people. And regardless of its actual energy, it can again shine symbolically and cuts a fine figure even as a mirror frame made of brass: Sun mirrors were already in vogue in the 19th century, and now again.
2. Reflective Surfaces In
In any case, mirrors on the walls are an old trick to make rooms appear larger. But reflective surfaces also reflect light and make the room appear brighter and friendlier; for example, polished steel or silver. Coupled with warm colors, a lot has already been achieved.
Dark curtains, fabrics, or surfaces, on the other hand, swallow everything that shines in from the outside. They should be avoided if you are hungry for the sun.
3. A Sunny Yellow
Let the sunshine – with bright yellow accents in the interior that put you in a good mood. Dare something – it doesn’t have to be a completely yellow wall: a few splashes of color in the form of yellow furniture, upholstery, and home accessories might be enough or customizable floor mats. So, you can look forward to twice as much when you come home from the gray German winter.
4. Conservatory or Panorama Windows
The natural enemies of the sun are thick concrete walls. Even the most energetic rays of the sun cannot get through. If it’s too cold and uncomfortable outside, you have to provide light in the apartment differently. A tried and tested means: glass.
Panorama windows not only let in much lighter, but they also make the whole room appear lighter. If you want even more sun, you should think about a winter garden. Breakfast in the (perceived) open-air despite sub-zero temperatures invigorates the senses. Depending on the compass’s vegetation and direction, the winter garden may even have to be equipped with sun protection so that it does not overheat.
Lumens. This is the luminous flux that emerges from a lighting fixture at a particular time, depending on the beam angle.
As if that weren’t complicated enough, the human eye reacts very individually to the respective light colors that make a lamp appear cool or warm. Luminaires with cool light (more than 5300 Kelvin) can increase efficiency. On the other hand, this light color can get our internal clock out of sync in the evening.