Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 00:30:21 AM. . By Kelsey C.
If you are planning to open your kitchen up to more natural light, though, there are a couple of important considerations that you need to make. First, think about the room is colour scheme. Certain colours and surfaces work better with natural light than others, and it is important to know that you are creating your desired visual effect. As a general rule, gentler, more "neutral" colour schemes that incorporate whites, yellows and light blues work superbly with natural light, while bolder blacks and reds sometimes feel off-putting and intrusive. Also, think about how the room will look at night. More natural light is great, but it is not a complete substitute for artificial lighting.
Not all children are afraid of the dark, so use of a night light should only be considered if the child are frightened of the dark. Children under the age of 6 months old are unlikely to suffer from this. Many night lights resemble animals or their favorite cartoon characters, others change color through the night or act like a projector on the ceiling, for example a planetarium where stars are projected onto the ceiling. Safety is paramount and it is important to keep night lights away from any flammable materials such as bedding, curtains and blankets.
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