Round Windows For Houses – New Perspectives
We like to experiment everyday through changes that break the monotonous life rhythm and make us more dynamic and alert. In interior design, too, changes always have significant effects, refreshing our mood. Installing a round window could be one of these changes, whether we speak about a classic window or a skylight. You can see the visual effects such changes have in the image below which show you different round windows for houses.
In a room bathed in natural light and sharp colors, a round window draws the eyes like a magnet and seems to create a second focal point in the room, despite the small size.
In most of the cases, bathrooms are closed rooms, isolated from the outside and artificially lit. In this case, the round window spoils with plenty of natural light the person lying in the relaxing bath tub, along a chromatic landscape which creates an overall warm atmosphere.
In the next picture, a round, bigger window that visually dominates the room allows streams of natural light flow inside.
What is it like waking up in a rustic cottage with a round skylight above your head, inviting amazing views in, such as serene sky or tree branches hanging over the roof? The sensation must be one which is unrivaled.
Sometimes a round simple window bring a touch of vitality to an apparently inert room by connecting the vivid outdoor space with the dull inside.
Classic and so beautiful! The round window appears to be sitting on the couch below and perfectly integrates the views it invites in against the wallpaper depicting scenes from nature.
In the kids’ room, a round window may be taken for a ship porthole, challenging the little ones’ imagination and creativity and inviting them to discover the surroundings.
A modern design house, abundantly lit through the large windows and doors. The round window on the first floor connects the terrace in the attic, a space of intimacy, to the outside.
Finally, for those willing to take changes to new heights, a wall riddled with small round windows offers an indescribable sensation. The small windows appear little decorative times on the wall rather than small spaces connecting the two sides of the wall.
Sources: Houzz.com, Pinterest.com