Say goodbye to winter
Seasonal, simple interior updates are key to making your house fit for summer, producing that feeling that winter is a world away. Refresh your space with brighter, lighter accessories. Extinguish anything produces heat like draperies, heavy rugs, fire logs, thick blankets and heaters. Bring in a floral aroma with diffusers, candles or fresh cut flowers. To save a few bucks, look for less costly bouquets and split into smaller jars and vases around your home.
Freshen your airflow
Turn your ceiling fan to counter-clockwise to push air downward and develop a stronger draft. Replace your air conditioner’s filter or have your central air professionally looked at. You will breathe easy having to deal with air-cooling malfunctions in the uncomfortable summer heat.
Invite summer indoors
Make your interiors summery with sun-kissed windows that have sparkling-clean glass and breezy, fresh window treatments. Thoroughly clean and wash your windows – inside and out. Clean and store those heavy, thick, double-layered draperies and change them with thin sheers in light, airy colors that embrace the summer sun.
Dust the lounge
Vacuum upholstery and launder curtains. Before you begin on curtains, remove all hooks, curtain weights and loosen the heading tape. Let down the hem if the fabric is probably going to shrink slightly. Soak the curtains in cold water first. Then clean and wash carefully, as per the type of fabric.
Brighten and Whiten
White includes a sense of freshness and brightness to any room. Try utilizing white wherever you wish to add this feeling. Try lampshades, throw pillows, candles, bathroom accessories, towels, candles, bathroom tiles, picture frames and bed linens.
Try something new
The chilled out vibes of summer bring heaps of new trends and styles. Cleverly placed accessories whether they be lamps (floor lamps, led strip lights) ornaments or picture frames can change up your room without requiring to purchase anything new. Rotate accessories from your house to change up the vibe or include in new key pieces to try out a new style before taking the major step of decorating your whole room.
Try a desert trick
When the air outside is dry and cooler than the inside air, hang a damp sheet in an open window. Incoming breezes are cooled by the evaporation of water. Closing blinds and curtains can also minimize the amount of heat that passes into your home by as much as forty five percent.
Keep your house closed
Over most of the hot season, keep your home closed tight during the day. Don’t let in unwanted humidity and heat. Ventilate at night, either naturally, or with fans. Also, maintain your air conditioners properly to amplify efficiency.
Invest in dark shades or curtains:
They work superbly for windows that face the north in the afternoon when the sun is beating in. Even a dark brown shade will work anything to keep the hot sun out and keep the inside dark and cool. To inhibit the electricity outages, avoid running your products and appliances during peak hours, from 4 to 6 pm.
#F79646 ;">Freshen your airflow
#F79646 ;">Invite summer indoors
#F79646 ;">Dust the lounge
#F79646 ;">Brighten and Whiten
#F79646 ;">Try something new
#F79646 ;">Try a desert trick
#F79646 ;">Keep your house closed
#F79646 ;">Invest in dark shades or curtains:
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March 21, 2023
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