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The sun begins to show its strength again, and although you may greet it enthusiastically, there are moments when you want to hide from the light. In this case, you need a kind of shielding system. Do you know which one you should choose?

There are several different types of shading systems. In addition to their primary function, they satisfy additional demands placed on them, too. That is why it is necessary to choose the right system.


Horizontal Blinds

They are definitely the most common type of interior shielding. The slats are usually made of lightweight and highly durable aluminium. The material allows virtually unlimited adjustment of length according to the individual needs. These blinds are often installed between window panes and together with curtains, they provide complementary shielding. There is a wide range of colours to match the interior.


Vertical Blinds

You will definitely notice them in an interior. Their advantages are their versatility, their perfect capability to control the light and their noise reduction. They can be made of virtually all modern materials: cotton, polyester, fibreglass, PVC, and also the exclusive wooden fabric. Their advantage is the ability to shield even a very large area, which may be angled, rounded, or even inclined.


Slightly Different Blinds

The blinds are experiencing their renaissance nowadays. They require less maintenance than the traditional curtains, they easily tame the dangerous sun rays while protecting your privacy from unwanted eyes from the outside. The large surface of the blinds allows using of creative designs. There is an interesting combination of blinds and shutters; you can regulate the light transmittance by lifting or lowering them.


Attractive Pleating

The pleated fabric blinds with various level of light transmittance are a perfect, variable and mainly functional supplement in a flat, an office or even in a conservatory. The intensity of shading can be set by lowering or lifting the upper or lower profile. This creates shielding exactly on locations where you need it.


Sliding Panels

Modern interior is characterized by the use of light and by large glazed surfaces. To avoid large windows from losing their charm, complement them with a corresponding shading technique, such as the Japanese fabric walls made of curtain-type fabric, which transmits a large amount of light, while still providing enough privacy.


The Touch Of Nature

The wooden shutters are an elegant addition to a classical or a modern interior. The natural material allows matching with the furnishing as well as with the floor. The practical characteristics of wooden shutters are also advantageous: they are relatively highly moisture resistant and, thanks to the surface treatment, resistant to the UV radiation. The slats are made of soft wood of linden tree, bamboo or exotic ramin wood. The daylight passing through the wooden slats brings soft golden tones into the interior.


Indulge In Comfort

You can enjoy the advantages of interior shielding every day only if it is motorized and if it uses a remote control. It’s simple – just press a button and any type of interior shading will do what you want. Thanks to the motorization, you can control the natural light and the intensity of sunlight quickly and easily. Likewise, you can effectively protect your privacy. The motorization thus brings comfort and saves time which you can spend e.g. with your family.


Children And Shielding

You do not need to be afraid of using obvious children’s motives on the pleats – they look nice and fresh in children rooms and moreover, kids tend to love them. However, caution should be exercised when choosing several striking materials, so that the room did not look fussy (with a combination of multiple bold patterns and colours).

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Each type of shielding technology has its own specifics – the use, shading, control etc. That is why you cannot get a universal guide for all types of shielding. It is recommended to follow the instructions for use and maintenance, which is provided by the manufacturer of each specific type.

In general, the textile systems are made of a fabric which can be washed by hand at 30 °C only, and the slat blinds, which can be cleaned mechanically by wiping with a damp cloth.


One of the natural materials which experiences its comeback (after the era of various artificial substitutes) is wood. It is soft, elastic, natural and fragrant, it is a subject to ambient influences, a material with which a skilful craftsman can do real wonders.

Recently, natural materials are increasingly returning into architecture. They remind us of our origins and our “roots”, as people have been using wood to build their homes since time immemorial.

You can achieve many interesting effects by finishing the wood. When working with it, you have to keep in mind that you need only good quality and well-dried wood, otherwise it will warp and cause a number of difficulties.

Wood has been having a wide use in our homes. It feels warm, so it makes even a very austere apartment feel cosy.  It is traditionally used for making furniture, musical instruments and window and door frames. Increasingly, it becomes used even in other fields, in which you would not expect before, such as in kitchens (kitchen worktops) or in bathrooms.

If you wish to have a wooden countertop in your kitchen, it is no problem. It is good to choose beech, oak or exclusive teak wood. Teak wood is non-absorbent itself (due to the high content of natural oils), that is why it can be used without any surface treatment, which is to guarantee impermeability. This determines its use in kitchens and even in bathrooms. Other kinds of wood must be impregnated by epoxy resins which prevent water absorption.


Teak wood is a hard, dimensionally stable and resistant to parasites and pests. It is also resistant to the effects of sunlight, rain and even snow, although it is very easy to maintain. It is much appreciated for these properties and it is used for making both interior and exterior furniture (and even in shipbuilding). If you have teak garden furniture, you do not need to store it indoors during winters. You just need to check if all screws and joints are carefully tightened, otherwise water could leak in and as a result of frost, ice can cause cracking of the wood. If you decide to store the furniture inside during the winter, it is not advisable to put in a hot room; a garage is ideal.

Teak wood exposed to sun, wind, rain and frost becomes covered by a gray patina which gives the impression of antiquity and elegance. If you like the warm, golden colour of teak wood, you should impregnate the garden furniture with the teak oil 2 or 3 times a year. This treatment is not necessary, however if you decide to do it, you have to follow a few rules:

– remove any impurities with soapy water, then brush any stains (a scourer is not suitable)

– before applying the oil, the item must be completely dry

– the oil must be applied BEFORE the item goes gray

– only high quality oil may be used, applied by a clean brush evenly over the entire surface

– the first treatment should be done in two layers; the following treatments may include only one layer

– given to the fact that the teak oil detains dirt, the item begins to darken over time, that is why it is necessary to sand the old coat with an abrasive sponge off before applying a new coat.


In recent years, an interest in wooden floors has been growing significantly. This kind of floor has its advantages and disadvantages. One of the disadvantages is that wood as a natural material absorbs water, that is why it should never exposed to excessive moisture; it could possibly change it shape (by swelling or turning gray). This is especially true for the tree species which react to moisture extraordinarily fast, such as beech wood. Therefore, you must be careful e.g. during doing the cleaning.

It is best to use the “dry method”, i.e. sweeping and vacuuming. Nevertheless, washing cannot be avoided completely. In this case, it is necessary to ensure consistently that the mop or the cloth being used has been wrung out very well not to make any “puddles” on the floor. According to experts, freshly laid wooden floors should be only dry cleaned for at least 14 days after installation.

You should also keep in mind, that wood is a natural material, which reacts sensitively to ambient conditions, particularly to the relative air humidity, which causes any changes in humidity of the wood. When the moisture level is high, the wood swells – and vice versa. This can create e.g. large gaps in the floor. That is why in rooms with a wooden floor, the relative humidity should range between 55 and 65% at 20 °C all year round. These conditions are beneficial not only for the floors, furniture, and musical instruments in your apartment, but for you, as well.

Since wood is a relatively soft material, it can be mechanically damaged. For this reason it is good to protect it against abrasion and to provide furniture, especially chairs, armchairs and tables, with felt pads. If a damage of the floor surface happens, the floor needs to be sanded and re-finished. However, it is quite a dusty and professional work, so it is better to hire an expert to do it.


Who was actually the first one to have the idea, that sauna is good for your body? And which rules you should follow when using it, not have any harm?

Saunas and steam baths are used to flush toxins out of the body already for millennia. Modern medicine, especially in the second half of the 20th century, studied heat and perspiration treatment intensively. They confirmed that the feeling of cleansing is not just apparent, superficial, but completely objective. The heat allows the passage of toxins from the body’s cells into the lymph from which sweat is released, and toxic heavy metals (e.g. mercury), pesticides and other pollutants are excreted from the body. During this excretion of toxins, liver and kidneys are not vital, so even these internal organs are relieved here, and the toxins can leave the body even by their malfunction. This may help to some chronically ill people.


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The Ancestor – Steam Bath

A sweat lodge or tent of an American Indian shaman had the same purpose and principle as a Siberian banya, Greek laconium, Roman terma or today´s Turkish bath. Whether it is built by a primitive technique or by modern technology, there are always hot stones to pour water over. Steam bath is older than sauna, which apparently appeared in today’s Finland at the beginning of our era.

Steam baths´ walls are covered with ceramic or plastic panels and hot steam is led into the bath. The temperatures of about 50 ° C are at the limit of tolerability and they are considerably lower compared to a dry sauna, however the moisture is 100%, which increases the heat capacity of the air – water conducts heat more than twenty times faster than air.

The air temperature is higher than the body temperature that is why the vapour condenses on the skin. High humidity prevents sweating and thereby cooling the body; the purifying effect does good both to body and soul.


Effects Of Sauna

In the sauna, the effects are caused primarily by heating with dry air and by the temperatures of around 100 ° C. The mode can be sometimes enriched by sudden evaporation of water, which humidifies air in the short term and acts as a thermal shock on the skin. The thermal effect is complemented with massaging the skin by various means. The dry system or the alternate system, which are different in sauna and steam room, are both provided by ventilation and by the kind installation of timber in the interior.

The conditions in sauna trigger the “alarm reaction” in the body, which is the first stage of the response to stress (in this case, it is heat stress). The adrenals start to wash dopamine, adrenaline and noradrenaline out. These substances increase the heart beat and blood sugar levels and support the decomposition of fat. They also release the tension of airways, which means a relief to asthma sufferers.

The secretion of the hormone ACTH and cortisol also increases, and they boost the heart performance, mobilize energy reserves of the body, reduce pain and counteract inflammation and allergies. The growth hormone is activated and insulin levels increased, too. The level of sex hormones raises both in men and women, particularly if it is reduced by a common everyday stress (such as mental overload, anger, sadness or lack of sleep). The amount of beta-endorphins, which is the brain´s “bliss hormone”, is slightly increased.

All of these beneficial effects are manifested if you observe a reasonable length of stay in the sauna, i.e. about 15 minutes of heat and a adequate time of cooling. Longer time of intense effect of heat stress leads to high levels of cortisol in blood, which can cause a drop in blood pressure, a thermal shock and a heart failure.


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Therapeutic Effects Of Heat

Stretching of collagen – a series stretching at high temperatures may result in an extension of collagen tissues by 10-18%; if you undergo the cure quietly, you can even hear “groaning” of your joints, tendons, ligaments enveloping the muscles, connecting muscles as well as bones themselves; the joint stiffness caused by rheumatism decreases; the heat helps to treat osteoarthritis, sprains, muscle spasms and nerve pain.

Muscle tension is released by heat.

Pain relief is due partly to the release of muscle tension and partly due to the pain relieving substances produced by the body itself.

The support the bloodstream – a modest increase in cardiac output and heart rate; the possibility of passive cardiovascular training and improving the physical condition for those who cannot do sports actively.

Increased blood flow to peripheral tissues – washing waste substances away by sweating and by internal paths, thus reducing the risk of swellings and inflammation and accelerating healing; at the same time, the immune system is strengthened; deep cleansing improves the appearance of skin, heals acne, eczema, minor wounds and minimizes scars.

Cellulite reduction is due to depth heating, increased metabolic activity in the subcutaneous layers and the subsequent sweating.



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Wood For Saunas

Nordic spruce – good quality, with knots, it is used on walls and ceiling of saunas; the most frequently used

Nordic pine – good quality, mostly knot-free material used on walls and ceiling of saunas

Tsuga – exclusive, knot-free material used on walls and ceiling of saunas in higher price categories

Poplar – the most frequently used, knot-free and not pungent material for interiors of saunas

Abachi (African willow) – knot-free, not pungent material suitable for interiors of saunas


Construction Preparations

For standardized sauna and steam rooms (modular) you need:

  • even ceramic or stone tiles in the location of the sauna
  • outlet of electric cable, fused separately through the RCD
  • ventilated room


Built-In Saunas And Steam Baths

In this case, it is wise to choose a contractor first and then discuss everything you need, from the layout to electrical wiring, with them.

Although plastic can resist weather, it may not always look nice. Wood and metal acquire a patina during the time, so they need careful treatment. What kind of garden furniture should you choose then?

Many people keep their weekend cottages or they do the gardening. However in order the garden was a nice place to relax and meet friends, it is necessary to pay attention to the garden furniture.

After all, every garden needs some outdoor furniture, so that you could sit under a blossoming apple tree and read a book or even better, under a tree on which sweet smelling apples ripen.

However, there are differences among garden furniture.


Plastic, Iron Or Wood

When getting your garden furniture, you always have to consider, how often you are going to rest in your garden. You have to ask yourself, how often visitors come to you or whether a member of your family is not overweight. It sounds ridiculous, but many cases of injuries have been registered after bursting of plastic chairs. Believe it or not, fracture of coccyx, or even a leg of a plastic chair stuck in your body is nothing pleasant. This does not mean that plastic garden furniture does not have a use. It is very popular, but not in families where people are rather big.


Advantages Of Plastic Furniture

The advantage of plastic furniture is definitely their purchase price. Another plus is that there are several colours and manufacturers on the market, so the range is nearly endless. In case of damage of a piece, you can replace it with the same type easily, quickly and affordably. When your plastic garden furniture gets wet, you just wipe it with cloth. On a plastic table, scratches are not as visible as on wood. Additionally, plastic tables usually have a hole in the middle to insert a parasol. Seniors appreciate the weight of a set of plastic furniture, which is half compared to wood furniture.


Metal Or Plastic?

The disadvantages of plastic furniture include a low pressure resistance. Or have you ever tried to swing on a plastic chair? Another disadvantage is that plastic furniture can often be knocked over by strong wind or taken away by heavy rains.

Iron garden furniture is really rare nowadays. It requires regular maintenance and the cost is quite high. It will not be taken away by wind, but rather by burglars. The downside is that it accepts the ambient temperature, and it is nothing pleasant to sit either on a cold chair in cold weather, or on hot iron in summer.

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Wooden Furniture Is The Best

Wood furniture is clearly the most suitable for garden use. Its price is somewhere in the middle and depends on the type of the wood. The best quality garden furniture is made of teak wood. It became  a leader in world rankings and it won favour of private sector as well as public facilities (hotels, boarding houses), because it can handle extreme load. Although prices of teak furniture are higher than those of other high quality outdoor furniture, the owner will save on their maintenance later; both pests and mould avoid the solid and hard wood. It is almost unreal to break a teak chair. The teak furniture is resistant to bright sun, rain and snow and its maintenance is easy.

Undoubtedly, furniture is basic in any interior, lamps follow it and finally, there are fabrics such as curtains. They can be smooth, light and translucent and they do more than just decorate the room.

However, they are not a must and many people can do without them. Curtains are not ideal for allergy sufferers, too, as they constitute a kind of filter, which catches almost all dust and pollen particles floating in the air.

Yet there are many people, who swear on curtains, and the investment in them is not so staggering, so you can afford to get new ones from time to time.

What are the current trends?


White Classic

Forget the garish curtains reaching barely to the half of the window and trying to look like embroidered, or even lace ones. In a modern interior, additional elegance can be achieved by smooth and simply flowing curtains reaching to the ground (you can afford them in summer, and in the heating season you replace them with curtains reaching to the window sills only). Patterns are not particularly striking, as well, and stylized nature motifs or simple geometric shapes are the best choice.


Do Not Be Afraid Of Colours

Try to get away from stereotypes and purchase coloured curtains. They not only revive the interior in an interesting way, you can also appreciate their practical side, as coloured curtains do not show visible signs of getting yellow or gray.

However, if your taste is more conservative, we can recommend you ivory or creamy curtains; these delicate colours transmit pleasant and soft light into the room. Each colour of curtains affects the space in its own way. In the kitchen, you can place bright yellow curtains to brighten the room, and in the bedroom, blue is suitable as it has calming effect.


Curtain As a Separating Element

Curtains are not used only for decorating the windows and shading the rooms. If you install tracks on the ceiling according to a planned scheme, you can transform the interior gracefully by simply shifting the curtains, e.g. to separate the place for sleeping. These “light partitions” do not burden the space and they are practically invisible, when folded.


Japanese Sliding Panels

Despite their long history, they are truly modern and sophisticated alternative of window shielding. The large flat surface brings out interesting patterns and by choosing the material, you can set the amount of shading, from the simple transparent ones to completely blackout ones.

This type of window shading dominates the interior. Choose the ideal width of bands according to the dimensions of the window or the wall, so that after full stretching, at least two-thirds of the window remains uncovered. The parts move in their tracks, each one in its own groove. On the underside of the belt, there is framework or a weight, which ensures perfect stretching of the material.


As White As Snow

Are your curtains gray because of dust or yellowed by cigarette smoke? They can be white again.

Soak them in water with crystal soda or common salt (10 l: 500 g) at least for one hour, preferably overnight.

Rinse the curtains well with clean water and repeat it until the water is completely clear.

Add some baking soda to the washing detergent.

Add a teaspoon of blue ink into the last rinsing bath which will brighten blue curtains up.

Do not wring the curtains, just let them drain.

Hang the curtains still wet, the folds will sag and the curtains will remain neatly straight.

Do you need to clean your bean bag and do not know how to do it? That is why we have posted this article, in which you can find the necessary information.

Among other characteristics, bean bags are excellent in terms of easy maintenance. You need to know that the appropriate type of maintenance varies depending on the material from which the surface is made.



This material enables a very easy maintenance. For normal cleaning, a sponge or a cloth moistened with warm water is sufficient. However, if your kid or your pet grew fond of the bean bag, you may need to use soap or other gentle cleanser for dirt removal. You can exceptionally use bleach on heavy stains, however with the risk of slight discoloration on the spot of application.



Nylon is a material characterized by its resilience and a high durability. Since bean bags made of nylon are typically placed outside (on balconies, terraces or gardens), it is necessary to remove deeper stains and dirt from them. In this case, using a brush with soft bristles or an old toothbrush (for smaller spots) and a gentle cleanser is recommended. Preferably, rub the spots in a circular motion.

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In comparison with the previous materials, cleaning of cotton surface is slightly more difficult. The only exception is the model “Pufika Large”, from which the coating can be removed and washed in a machine. In other cases, use a gentle detergent, and depending on the intensity of the spots, either a cloth or an old toothbrush with soft bristles. Remove the dirt by circular motions.

Luxfers are almost a perfect building element that offers nearly endless range of applications: they can be used for partitions and half-partitions, vistas, ceilings and stairs. They bring light into dark spaces and brighten up dull interiors.

Today´s Luxfers are considerably different from the first ones, which have been produced since about 1897. The glass blocks changed from the original ones with only one glass wall, to hollow core blocks created by welding two halves together with an air pocket inside. Due to it, Luxfers gained additional benefits and their scope of use expanded.


Options Are Almost Unlimited

Even thought the clear blocks are not perfectly clear, they allow some visual contact. If you want to prevent stares into the room, you can use “satin” blocks, even though they transmit less light. You can achieve interesting effects by combining matte and glossy blocks, different sizes or colours of blocks.

The options are enhanced by special corner and ending parts that allow you to build Luxfer walls up to 90° angle or to end a partition with a block that has one, two or even three sides  in the open. Luxfer wall can basically replace any non-bearing partition wall or window.


Beautiful And Practical

In addition to the undeniable decorative effect, glass blocks have other advantages, too:

  • they bring light into dark spaces; if you fill part of a wall with them, you can get the natural light into a hallway, garage, bathroom or a basement
  • they have great soundproofing properties, so they can be used as noise barriers both in interior or in exterior (for building envelopes)
  • they are good thermal insulators
  • technological Luxfers can be used wherever a fire rail is needed, they have resistance up to 90 minutes


Colour And Size Variations

As to production technology, Luxfers are divided into two groups: blocks dyed through the material and blocks dyed in cavity only. The first ones, Luxfers dyed through the material, are suitable both for indoors and outdoors use. The Luxfers dyed in cavity are drilled in one corner during manufacturing and then dye is injected inside. They are less resistant to UV light and frost that is why they are used in interiors only.

Besides the standard and most widely used format 19 x 19 x 8 cm, there are also the “half” format (19 x 9.4 x 8) and larger formats available. You can get blocks which are 10 cm thick, as well.


What Are The Luxfers?

They are glass blocks, usually consisting of two sides connected by heat forming, so they create an airtight capsule/cavity. The base is melt glass cast into a mould. The outer surfaces are generally smooth, and if the blocks have matte or decorated look, the texture is hidden on the inner sides.

Luxfers are a great way to separate a space which feels airy then, as they allow penetration of natural light into dark corners. The glass blocks are popular in bathrooms and shower cubicles where they are used for partitions, dividers or half-dividers, as well as for illuminating of corridors, halls, and staircases.


Other applications

Unlike the unsightly Luxfer windows of the past, today´s Luxfers bear the hallmark of luxury and they are elegant interior complements.

The horizontal application of Luxfers is an original idea used, e.g. on walkways, ceilings, landings or arched vaults. For this use, special glass blocks are produced. It is always a good idea to consult professionals from a specialized company about the choice, because standard types are not suitable sometimes.   


When you think about the romantic style, you certainly imagine lots of flowers, ruffles and lace. However, romantic mood can be created easily even in an otherwise modern apartment.

Forget the rich ornamentation and piles of elaborately decorated cushions and dolls. In fact, the romantic style has its specified locations and it decidedly belongs in a certain environment.

But many of us live in modern buildings, where an exaggerated romanticism would feel inappropriate. How can you satisfy your desires in this case?

We have chosen several examples, how to induce the romantic mood relatively easily and quickly in your home. The colours and motifs are basic. They include mainly fine halftones and soft pastel colours. These are associated with decoration and decorativeness drawing from the original motifs.

Keep in mind, that the cosiness and romantic mood are created mainly by the textiles and the illumination. Put stylish coats on decorative pillows and cushions on your sofa, and then do the same with your beds. Of course, use dim lighting and candles – you will never go wrong with them. And while you are in the right mood, drink a cup of tea from a stylish porcelain cup.



Discover Secrets Of Romantic Style

White colour – you will never go wrong with it anywhere; along with ornaments, it creates the impression of lace and embroidery

Choice of colours – avoid full and rich tones, use pastel tones only

Textiles – they will do no harm in any amount: curtains on the windows, as well as bedspreads, cushions, carpets

Materials – wood and metal rule, crystal is beautiful, too; plastics are inappropriate in any form

Details – they are the most important part, you create magic with just a few small elements

Memories – display your pictures and trifles, mementos of people and events, you want to keep reminded


Although the offers of manufacturers are wide nowadays, there products cannot be compared to the ones made to measure.  You can choose exact dimensions, the layout of individual elements or the finish, and the result will look exactly the way you want it – without a single compromise.


Almost Any Dimensions

Today’s manufacturers of doors and door frames carry out mass production, that is why they have problems with a request for a change of dimensions, finish, of certain metal fittings and other elements that significantly reduce the assortment. As result, the offers of most manufacturers of doors and door frames are quite similar.

However in custom production, the manufacturer is usually focused on quality (instead of quantity).


Matching The Interior To The Door? No problem.

The dimensions of the door are not the only thing that can be tailored to your requirements. The finishing also plays an important role. Manufacturers usually work with a standard range of veneers, foils, laminates and with a basic range of colours. This is sufficient for most customers, however in some cases it may not be. It is possible to make a door with a concrete smear on the surface, or with the imitations of leather or stone. There are also various kinds of finishes available.

There is quite a demand on doors with the same finish as on the furniture or flooring. Thanks to this finish, you can match the door perfectly with your interior.


Even On A Current Door Frame

Owners of old houses and flats often solve the problem of unsightly metal door frames. Although these can be knocked out and replaced with new ones, there is a much more elegant and economical solution: facing the current frame. Every door frame can be faced with a new layer, although sometimes it is a challenge. The new facing frame can be adjusted in such a way, there is no more problem during the installation later. The original frame may even be crooked.


Not Only Doors

Along with the production of doors, some manufacturers also offer flooring, so it an excellent opportunity to match both in your interior. The floors may not be made of wood only, but also made of vinyl or laminate.

When you are looking for a supplier of a new door and flooring the next time, you should not be limited by the clumsy offers of large mass producers. After all, it is your home, and it deserves the best.

Are you building a house, or just planning a new home? Would you like a cosy and bright home? Most people will probably agree, unless they live mostly at night. The rooms should be well illuminated so that the family as well as their plants or pets can fare well.

On the contrary, basement is a space without windows where only artificial light is used, and the space does not serve for all-day stay. Basement is not probably the place where you feel comfortable and seek it often. And yet, many people have deliberately created such a “basement” at home. It is the place where the whole family, including children, moves often – the internal hallway. The owners of bungalows could certainly tell you, what a change it is to go from the sunny rooms full of daylight into the “basement”, i.e. the dark internal hallway.

Even though, you can have a healthy natural daylight even in these parts of the house: in interior corridors, bathrooms, kitchens, offices or workshops, where the classical windows are not sufficient. The solution is a light pipe, Lightway. It is another form of a window, which has however a number of other advantages.


Window Vs Lightway

A window is a fixed installation and cannot be moved subsequently. If needed, Lightway can be moved (i.e. its lower part that diffuses daylight) to illuminate the most necessary space.

The crystal dome is ageless, it does not turn yellowish and it guarantees unchanged luminosity for dozens and dozens of years. The silver tube does not decompose the spectrum of daylight, but brings it in its full richness.

The end section, the diffuser scatters light into a large space, so it can substitute multiple windows. People are accustomed to natural daylight from above, not from a side, and this can be achieved only by Lightway.

The LED lighting fans will certainly argue that the Lightway must be expensive and it is all about return (however, the basic set of the Lightway costs about the same as good quality windows). However, is it worth to skimp on your health and your family?

You have a choice. You can spend your life at ease, health and enjoy living in a beautiful light-filled house, or you can pay visits to a “basement”. It is normal to have daylight everywhere; it is normal to have windows and skylights.

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