I adore well-lit houses especially if the owners have added some outdoor lighting pizzazz that mesmerizes every neighbor passing by. A house looks grand, clean, gives the feeling of welcoming warmth and symbolizes joy and happiness if properly lighted inside and out. That’s why when it’s Christmas season, I’m so delighted and uber enjoy decorating our house with tons of lights that I got at christmaslightsetc.com and gazing at the neighbors. Heck one time, even our room had a string of blinking lights!
So when budget permits, I see to it that I buy some new decorative floor lamps, hanging Starlight Spheres or Patio String Lights, one at a time of course or hubby will have a fit, lol.. It beautifies and gives a bigger space illusion plus keep the whole family feeling more relaxed and jubilant. Well, I don’t actually care if the house looks Christmasy!
I’m looking into some DIY (do it youself), create your own lighting thingy to save money and I’ve found tons of tips and tutorials online, even in assembling your own patio lights! This is a good thing coz you get to save money and pour in your creative juices to make several masterpieces. Eventually, if you’re really good at it, you can even turn this into a business.
Lights can also have an effect on your health and moods. Some experts say that there are lights that have adverse reactions to light-sensitive people and contributes to the risk of developing skin cancer so we’ve got to do our research and not just pick those lovely pieces of artificial lights. Though it may look great and add flair to our dull living rooms, it’s either you change the bulbs or dispose of it entirely.
On the “brighter” side, once you’ve made that decision to purchase the correct lighting for your home and granting that it’s beneficial and not harmful to your family’s health, I’m sure you’d be delighted at your new home improvement scheme.