Indoor Skylights – Design Ideas

Skylights can completely change the feel of a room. They don’t just let in more natural light, they also create a much more open feeling of space. By adding glass to a low ceiling you can make it feel higher, seeing the sky through a high ceiling gives it the illusion of being part of an outdoor space. A window above your bed allows you to gaze at the stars or passing clouds, and one above a dining room could have you eating beneath the trees. There are tons of ways in which to enjoy a skylight into your home…

It’s not just us humans that thrive in the sunshine, indoor plants will flourish under a well placed skylight. Just be careful that their new growth won’t completely block out your share of the light too.

Indoor Skylights

Rooflights can present the possibility of opening up a modern living room into loft space to create a mezzanine level – adding a whole heap more of square footage to your home.

Skylights really finish off the airy look of a white walled contemporary living room, and can completely replace conventional windows in order to acquire more wall space for furniture or bookcases.

A single skylight can be enough to pleasantly light the shadowy end of an extremely long room. Even if a room already has a lot of windows, opening up the ceiling can still change the dynamics. You can increase daylight and view by combining roof elements with a conventional window line.

If you’re looking for ideas for you home, contact the design team at Designs of the Interior in Westlake Village, CA.

These ideas were inspired by the experts at Home Designing.