Let Your Smart Home Manage Your Window Coverings
The interplay of natural light in a room draws you in, intrigued by the sunlight that diminishes the separation between our interior world and the world of nature that lies beyond our walls. As the architect, Richard Meyer said, “Architecture which enters into a symbiosis with light does not merely create form in light, by day and at night, but allows light to become form.”
In addition to creating an alluring ambiance and enhancing the materials and colors it touches, there is an undeniable connection between our emotions and the level of natural light in our homes. Natural light enhances vitality, boosts moods, reduces stress, and improves sleep.
So, why do we find many homes in Denver, CO, with the shades drawn? The answer lies in the UV rays that can cause permanent discoloration and sun damage to our home's interiors and the direct sun's glare that makes it difficult to see computer screens and TVs. We lower the shades when sunlight enters our homes, and there they remain throughout the day, reducing the beauty and benefits of the sun.
Motorized shades change that.
Are you intrigued by the possibilities? Then, keep reading below to learn more.