This Family's Basement Was Too Dark, Then They Did THIS To Brighten It Up

This Family's Basement Was Too Dark, Then They Did THIS To Brighten It Up
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Many people who have their houses in the basement or who live in a below-ground department face a lot of troubles associated with dimly lit space. This creates a very depressing situation. In that case, many of you choose the costly portable UV light that manages to provide the effects of sunlight.

But this woman opts a different route which you can try it anytime anywhere with very handy materials. She assembled and formed a window with LED lights in it.

Firstly, the woman bought LED plant-growing lights.

Firstly, the woman bought LED plant-growing lights.

A woman started off with the purchase of LED lights. She opted such lights as the LED has the inflammable property and doesn't gets burn easily.

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Affixed LED on wall.

Affixed LED on wall.
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Then the woman mounted LED to the wall and fixed it properly.

Collected wood and painted LEDs.

Collected wood and painted LEDs.
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The woman next got few pieces of wood and then painted the LEDs. This helped her putting an acrylic cover over the LEDs.

Made a cornstarch with water.

Made a cornstarch with water.
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For better diffusion of light from bulbs, she mixed cornstarch with water and formed a consistent mixture. The mixture possessed the consistency of skim milk which made it easier for her to paint over the acrylic.

Determined woman in making.

Determined woman in making.
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The woman seemed much determined in completing her daylight window.

A cross to give window more genuine look.

A cross to give window more genuine look.
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She used an inferior plastic molding to create a cross over the window giving it more authentic look.

Curtains completed the final look of window.

Curtains completed the final look of window.
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Lastly she pulled off curtains over the window and gave a final look to it.

Bright light escaping the window.

Bright light escaping the window.
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The curtains helped the window to let the ample amount of sunlight pass through the basement.

Finished product looked like a real window.

Finished product looked like a real window.
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The finished product looked so neat and clear and the purpose of making it was achieved. It looked like a real window that allowed the sunlight to come in. Great, Isn't it?

Before vs. After Image.

Before vs. After Image.
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You can easily compare the before and after outlook of the fake basement window. How it started off and how beautifully is the finished product.