Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Interior Focus... Skylight

If you're living in a terrace property and have no option but to extend to the boundary on both sides, how about this option for letting in more light and sunshine; particularly for south or east facing properties.


Audrey said...

Wow, this is a great option!! perfect!

btw, Christmas was perfect, good food and just doing nothing, just relaxed at home. And for me this week, back to work grrrr!!
I hope you had a good time with your family!


Arrys Roofing said...

I love seeing designs like this because it shows that skylights aren't just for attic apartments anymore; they can now be installed anywhere. This concept can be considered by those who want to save money on their electric bills too. With wide windows and skylights, they can lessen the amount of time that they're using their lights. And at the same time, they can feel like they're so close to nature since they can have a great view of the surroundings.

Joanne Barragan said...

I wouldn't hesitate to try this option if I have a house like this. The idea is great because it allows you to achieve a simple yet elegant house setting. You can see that the skylights were installed properly and are on the right angle. The place will surely get the proper amount of light it needs. It looks refreshing too – perfect for those who want to live an irenic life.

Joanne Barragan @ Tedrick’s Roofing

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