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The amount of light that comes in from each direction—be it north, south, east or west—has a powerful effect on a paint colour's intensity and cast. Here are some common characteristics of northern light:
How can you balance some of the qualities of northern light? Choose a paint colour with the right amount of warm and cool undertones, and consider the brightness of the paint colour.
Lighting from the north, east, south or west—each has characteristics that influence the cast and colour of paint. Common features of southern exposure natural light are:
The warm, natural light of a south-facing room provides an energizing, happy aura for your spaces. Select paint colours with a lower brightness and the right balance of warm and cool undertones.
North, south, east, and west each have distinct lighting characteristics that change throughout the day and into the evening. Elements of a space with eastern lighting include:
Here, we take a look at the best white, gray and neutral paint colours for your east-facing space. These three neutrals are homeowner favourites—and the paint colours most greatly impacted by natural light.
North, east, south or west each deliver a different quality of light to a room, having a powerful effect on the intensity and cast of your paint colours. Some common characteristics of western light are:
How can you balance the bright, warm light of western exposure? Consider warm and cool undertones when choosing a paint colour, and opt for cool-toned colours to even out the light.
Natural light will have the most impact on softer, more subtle paint colours like white, gray and neutral hues. Let’s take a look at the best colours within these colour families for west-facing rooms.