Posted by Kat Wiseman on Mar 14, 2018 10:22:49 AM
Posted by Kat Wiseman on Mar 14, 2018 10:22:49 AM

Let Your Kids Play with Daylight

Posted by: Kat Wiseman

When imagination is encouraged, skylights can become a magical addition to any room. In fact, for many of us who are used to natural light coming in only through traditional windows, skylights can seem downright wondrous. And what better place to inspire that wonder than in your kids' room?

  

Playing in Daylight

If your little ones can't get enough of playing outside, then bring the outdoors in! Even with just a bit of sunshine beaming through, a glimpse of the beautiful blue sky and the lush green canopy outside can make a huge difference.

 

Dreaming Under the Stars

Placing a skylight above your kids' beds is a cool way to bring the star-studded night sky in and turn their bedroom into a dreamy, enchanted setting. It can also help build the habit of getting up with the sun each morning!

 

Open Up a Small Space

A skylight in a small bedroom is an absolute life-saver. If you're thinking of turning your attic into a kids' retreat to accommodate their study and play area, consider skylights. They fill your kids' room with ample natural light without casting shadows in any particular direction, making their whole space seem bigger.

 

Skylights illuminate every corner of a room while adding a visual touch of sky to create a sense of spaciousness and promote creativity. From cutting energy costs to bringing in daylight and forming a creative, healthy living space, a skylight offers a host of rewards, unlike any other light source. So, maybe it's time to think about installing one in the kids' room too!

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