Light is a key element in our daily lives and now that we’re spending more time at home and inside, the light in our homes is taking on higher significance. It seems we have evolved to need and enjoy light. As well as being an important source of vitamin D, it enables sight and provides a natural daily rhythm. There is some evidence that the amount of natural light we are exposed to improves our sleep patterns and therefore our mental health. It is therefore important to consider light when buying or building a home, rather than leaving it as an afterthought. The most common form of lighting in a home is general or ambient lighting. Choosing a home with large windows to provide as much natural light as possible is an obvious first step and then keeping those curtains open as often as possible. This can increase the energy efficiency of a property, as it will also provide warmth. If this is not an option, there are still ways to improve the liveability of our homes. Strate...Read more >>
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