Daylighting is the practice of using natural light to illuminate indoor spaces, achieved through the right choice of windows and proper window placement. Aside from making indoor spaces look bigger and more inviting, it also offers other benefits that make daylighting a preferable choice over artificial lighting.
Modern architecture is known for its large glass windows and entry doors, but small windows remain a viable design element in many contemporary homes. Aside from introducing contrast against their larger counterparts, there are several ways small windows can make your home more interesting.
Having multiple windows in a room is ideal for many reasons, such as increased natural light, effective ventilation, and better views. While less privacy is a concern, window treatments and other design ideas can help maintain your private space while beautifying your room.
It makes perfect sense to bring pieces of a lovely landscape surrounding your home through windows. However, framing scenic views could come with unintended consequences. You need to put serious thought into it so you can avoid its most common drawbacks.
For the first part of our special blog, we talked about the best window styles for main home areas. This time, Renewal by Andersen® of Orange County wants to shed light on the customization options at your disposal.