15 Ideas For Skylights – Let There Be More Light
Roof windows have always fascinated by their very role to provide light in areas generally inaccessible and open views to the sky, feeding the thirst for romance to many of us. And because most of the people have an attic house as a first option when seeking a home, we give you some ideas for skylights that bring a touch of modern design to these homes.
Prior to admiring these telling images chosen by us, let’s just briefly remember the main benefits of this type of windows: light, ventilation, full view to the outside and a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere inside.
In the first example, the skylight brings a modern dash into a classic décor. Wood beams and old doors now used as decorative elements just below those windows add a touch of dynamism to this image.
White walls of a room help propagate the natural light that pours through the windows of the attic, in this case stretching all along the ceiling.
In the bathroom, a room generally closed, the presence of a skylight invites to continued relaxation in a hot tub. The natural light attenuates the shades of the gray cement in this picture.
In the example below we have a shower that opens to the outdoors through a similar window. Nature is now much closer and the picture demonstrates it plainly.
A vaulted ceiling can receive light accents in the same classic style. Round windows placed this time on the side create a stark contrast with the sharp edges of the ceiling.
Probably nothing else better synthesizes the beauty of roof windows than a bed sat just below it. Let your imagination run wild just a little and enjoy a starry sky on a quiet summer night or the rain that seems to be about to fall upon you. Find below more images of bedrooms in such attics that “breathe” through such windows.
We leave the final ideas to inspire you in arranging the attic so to turn it into a welcoming, warm and comfortable space. From classic to modern, skylights remain a first choice for an authentic setting where natural light plays a central role.
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