Natural light and ventilation are important considerations in home design for their contribution to a healthy and energy-efficient living space. Skylights are one way you can keep your home interiors well-lit and well-ventilated.
There are several benefits to introducing skylights into your home. A skylight can completely transform the look and feel of a room by creating a sense of increased space. The skylight introduces dispersed light, which enters the room at all angles and eliminates shadows, making the space appear bigger.
Skylights can be installed in almost any room in your home. The experienced Attic Group team recommends their favourite use of skylights in homes through five inspiring examples below.
Skylights in an attic conversion
The attic was converted into a home office and rumpus room with plenty of storage. The use of multiple skylights brightens the room. These skylights also have electric shades.
Skylights in a bathroom
Skylights can be introduced into damp areas such as bathrooms and laundries to create a healthy environment with plenty of natural light and ventilation.
Skylights in an attic storage room
The dark attic area brightened up considerably with the introduction of a skylight, which added natural light and ventilation. Going forward, the skylight will help with temperature control and any potential mould issues in the space.
Skylights in a kid’s bedroom
When an attic was converted into a kid’s bedroom, the skylights were added to provide natural light in place of regular windows.
Skylights in a kitchen
The introduction of skylights in the kitchen brings the outside in, and has completely transformed the space.
Consult with Attic Group
Get in touch for a free in-home consultation with Attic Group’s experienced team about selecting the best placement for skylights in your home. Attic Group supplies major skylight brands – VELUX and Fakro.