Decorating North Facing Living Room
Decorating North Facing Living Room. Last week a client asked what could be done to make a north-facing living room more appealing to potential buyers? Choose the right colour scheme to make a dark room brighter.
So, to find the right shade for your space, first of all, find out what your room's orientation is, i.e, whether it's north, south, east or west-facing. The incoming natural light is cool with blue undertones -- not a warm, sunny. It goes without saying that using light colours in a north-facing space can make a dark room like brighter.
A north facing room and how to decorate it is a very common design dilemma - and it's all to do with colour.
Then it's time for the fun part - picking a colour.
However, be sure that the size, look and overall design of your light fixture work well with the design of your room and fits harmoniously with your surroundings. South-facing rooms tend to be bright all day long - and, in summer, well into the evening - while north-facing living rooms might receive a minimum of daylight from morning to night. North-facing rooms, generally get less light and can feel darker so need warmer shades. 'Many opt to use bright white in small living rooms with the aim of making the room appear larger; however, light neutrals used in a tonal scheme will have the same effect whilst not appearing too stark.