Today we want to show you great ideas for decorate and optimize a bedroom without windows. Different solutions to achieve a well-lit, ventilated space with a magnificent visual appeal.
One of the main problems of a windowless room is the lack of natural lightConsequently, low light in your bedroom can become depressing, our mood low. Also, the lack of light contributes to worsen our vision. Therefore, it is essential to consider different artificial lighting sources and that the lack of light in the bedroom goes unnoticed.
In addition to the general lighting of the room, we recommend using other types of bulbs in the ceiling area as linear led or fluorescent lights, which give a modern look.
Add floor or table lamps in the darkest areas of the environment and areas such as reading or work areas so that the visual effort is less.
You can also add indirect lights behind some furniture or in a hidden space as an additional form of lighting, this way your bedroom will have the appearance of being naturally illuminated.
You can use lamps made of glass or metal materials to further reflect the lighting throughout the bedroom. If you choose other types of lamps, try to be simple in design, as simple as possible. This way your bedroom will have a lighter appearance.
Another problem of a bedroom without windows is the lack of ventilation in the space. As we all know, a ventilated bedroom removes moisture, mold, odors and helps prevent any respiratory problems. It is important to expel the “charged” air and draw “clean” air into the room to prevent the spread of bacteria and to help achieve a better quality of sleep.
To ventilate your bedroom, the simplest thing is to incorporate a ceiling or conventional fan to circulate the air, leaving the door open. You can also purchase an air purifier, which removes bacteria, mold, moisture, and even some odors.
Open the windows of the rooms that are close to your bedroom and keep The open door as long as possible.
You can also invest a little more money by incorporating an internal window in one of the bedroom walls and connecting them with other rooms in the house.
Colors for the Walls
We recommend painting the walls of the room in Light colors to gain the light that is lost by not having the windows. Light neutral colors such as beige, white, light gray or pastel colors in light blue or green that bring peace and tranquility to the space can be a good alternative. The white roof it will give us the impression of a higher environment and with more light. Glossy white paint may also be recommended, as it will more effectively reflect the artificial lighting from the bulbs.
Another alternative for walls is to use bright colors to improve your mood, to identify you and make you feel comfortable in your room. The ideal would be not to saturate the bedroom in very strong tones because they can overwhelm you. For example, you can choose the center wall or focal point with a nice wallpaper in soft colors and patterns that liven up.
Choose a Focal Point
The focal point will help to divert the gaze in a certain area of the bedroom and can make the absence of the window unnoticeable. Generally, it is the area of the wall behind the bed as we see in this image, where a beautiful closed curtain is included giving the impression that there was a window, as if there were a window. The decoration is complemented with beautiful cushions.
A beautiful nature-related wall mural or wallpaper can help create a fantastic setting, giving the feeling of having a beautiful view with plants and flowers. Or you can include a wall sticker in the shape of a window with a beautiful view, we are sure it will help lift your mood.
The best thing to do is to distract your gaze towards an object that attracts attention. You can also include a group of decorative paintings as part of the focal point of the room.
For the result to be great, choose a group of pieces that you like the most. Do not overwhelm the space so that the room looks fresh and balanced. You can leave some of the walls free without any object, to give the feeling of an open and fresh space.
Mirrors are a great decorative and functional solution for the windowless bedroom. These will help us to bounce the artificial light and also the space will look bigger than it is.
In addition to the mirrors, to reflect the light in the environment you can include some metallic or glass decorative objects, as well as a furniture in a glossy finish like the chest of drawers that we see in this design.
Choose light furniture that give the appearance of a lighter and at the same time ventilated space, such as pressed wood, for example. Heavy wood furniture generates more heat and the room looks busier. Do not forget the rugs, they are the perfect complement to achieve a more welcoming space.
Also, a great option for there to be increased air circulation, include only base units in your bedroom. Maintain the symmetry between the furniture in your windowless room and its size.
A French door or also a glass door can help you bring light to your bedroom.
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