It's long been know that the abundance of summer sunlight brightens up not only our home and outdoor environment, but also causes us to feel happier and more upbeat in general. Some types of artificial light have even been scientifically shown to improve mood and wellbeing in areas that are sunlight-starved. But did you know that you use the colors, patterns and textures of summer to maintain some of that "summer good feeling" all year ' round? With window fashions that help you add or control light, and decor items that brighten with or without sunshine, I can show you how to extend some of summer's warmth into any room in your house.
Summer's Colors and Patterns Indoors Why not just look outside for a moment and see what about your environment makes you feel good, then bring some of it indoors? Those glorious flowers, that lush lawn, all the flora and fauna of summer... they may seem difficult to carry indoors. But if you just consider what verve fabrics can bring to any room, add nature patterns and colors to the mix, and you've brought visual joys of summer inside that will last all year long.
Using Textures as a Light Source.
Who made the rule that "light source" means bright light? Having a full range of light from bright to subtle helps create the look of nature by adding shadow and reflected light
Who made the rule that "light source" means bright light? Having a full range of light from bright to subtle helps create the look of nature by adding shadow and reflected light to flat or even surfaces. Think of the dappled shadow that leaves on trees make of summer sunshine, or the depth of green in a summer lawn: the tops of the grass are bright sunlit yellow-green, while the base is darker, creating a rich depth in their contrast. That same concept works beautifully with window fashion fabric selection. We can create all sorts of nature-inspired light and color plays with the amazing array of materials and fabrics I have to show you. Just give me a call, and I'll show you how we can extend summer into your home that will last.