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Mindful : June 2016
1 Go Toward the Light “We are programmed physio- logically to move toward light. On their own, many hallways feel like dead ends, which is why architects often put awindowatthefarendofa walkway. If you don’t have the means or desire to renovate, try putting a lighted painting at the end of a hallway. It can change your whole attitude toward that wing of the house.” 3 Create a Shoji Screen Illusion “Attach several Shoji screens to a wall to create an optical illusion of more space. I cannot tell you how many people will just assume there’s another room behind them. You could also run a line of LED lights along the baseboard behind the screens to create a beauti- ful wash of light.” 2 Add a Touch of Lipstick “By adding a surprisingly strong color to a small area, like window trim, you can make your whole house pop— just like applying lipstick. The color will bring the entire surface to life. Generally, too much of a strong color can be overpowering. But a little taste can go a long way.” THE LITTLE THINGS NOT SO BIG MOVES Sarah Susanka has lots of simple, crafty ways to make your home shine brighter and feel more spacious. Here are three favorites. 1 PHOTOGRAPHS©PLAINPICTURE/JOHNER(THISPAGE),©PLAINPICTURE/NEUEBILDANSTALT(OPPOSITEPAGE,TOP),AND©PLAINPICTURE/ZENSHUI(OPPOSITEPAGE,BOTTOM) 40 mindful June 2016