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If your natural light is scarce, consider maximizing existing light by adding mirrors. Decorating with mirrors can help reflect light around the room, making it appear clearer and brighter. Place a mirror next to a window to allow sunlight to bounce back into the room. Using shiny or metallic decorative pieces that reflect light can be a beneficial and economical way to maximize natural light.
From installing more windows to decorating with white or decorating with mirrors, increasing the amount of natural light in a room creates a sense of environment that cannot be artificially reproduced; not even the best intensity regulator can overcome the sunset to bring the room from day to night, while there is no paint that can improve the constantly changing wall that a window provides.