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Tips for the Slow Home: Making Use of Daylight

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by Rachel Wray Thompson (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Aug 22, 2011

One of the primary tenets of Slow Home living is that a home should have good natural daylight. Regardless of where you are in your home, the living spaces should be day-lit and have access to natur




 

 

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One of the primary tenets of Slow Home living is that a home should have good natural daylight. Regardless of where you are in your home, the living spaces should be day-lit and have access to natural ventilation and outdoor views. Any of these attributes would make a home better, slow or not, and while we don't always have control over this, there are ways to make the most of the daylight you do have — read on to find out how.



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