We know that the pattern of natural light in a house is given almost entirely by the structural design of the same mind, the kind of openings used in each environment and their distribution. On the other hand we see the external conditions such as geographic targeting and the environment where it is located (will have more natural light if no buildings around.)
Apart from structural issues are some resources we can use to improve the use of natural light.
While we know that windows centered generate more intense light while those located on the sides of a wall allow a better flow of action for the light to flow in the best way is recommended to distribute the furniture to avoid furniture and which reduce the passage of light and overseas placement of shrubs, tall plants and trees near the opening that could clog the interior lighting.
A good choice for those environments where light is insufficient, such as the kitchen, the door is removed, leaving an opening between two rooms, this does not only provide better light but will flow visual range space communications. For example, a breakfast bar that replaces the wall becomes the ideal crossover between a kitchen with poor lighting and a well-lit room.
Recall that the color is directly associated with the lighting because light colors reflect light in a dark environment while decrease the flow of it. We must remember that both the ceiling and every wall refract differently, this information is extremely useful when selecting the colors of an environment.
Remember that light fabrics, lighter and open frames allow the full passage of light while the closed frame dark fabrics are ideal to block it.