We have told you many times that a Color change On the walls it can be the answer to many situations such as low natural light or narrow corners, but rarely is a game of images like today that can be demonstrated.
In the image above we can see a room with little natural light, with dark brick walls and narrow. On the top, wooden beams and light background colors.
In the image below you can see the change. If we forget the furniture and look only at the change that has resulted from the new painting of the walls you will see that the light hue that they have now makes the light that enters through the small window (which has not changed in size) travel better throughout the room, making the most of it.
In addition, this change in color has also made the room appear wider, giving it greater breadth, something to which the fact of painting the beams and the white ceiling has contributed, making it appear taller.
Of rest, the room has also been decorated with light furniture Y low which also facilitates the journey of light. The space has been taken full advantage of by providing few versatile pieces such as the pouf central, which serves as a coffee table and magazine rack.
I don't know they have removed the window frames, the small step that was in the room and the fireplace, but they have adapted To the new situation.
The shelf and step have been painted White, the window frames have been replaced, also blank and a clog to allow greater light input.