Brodecky House: Living RoomContemporary Living Room, Melbourne
A generous, light living area. Inbuilt storage and integrated joinery. Large windows connect the interior with the exterior.
Photography: Tess Kelly
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SolutionRather than oversize glazing, it can be better to have smaller well-placed windows that capture and frame keys views. This also allows some spaces to feel cosy and provides wall space to hang art on or place furniture against.
Clean windows naturally: You don’t need newspaper or toxic cleaners to make your windows sparkle. Try this non-toxic cleaning solution instead: mix eight-parts water to one-part white vinegar, and pour into a spray bottle. Use a paper coffee filter to wipe down windows – the paper is finer and softer than newspaper and will leave your glass streak-free. Also be sure to wash windows on cloudy days rather than sunny ones – hot glass will cause cleaning solutions to dry too quickly, which leaves streaks.