A new study shows that the quality of your home can have a big impact on the look of your car.
In a study of more than 30,000 people, researchers found that the more well-designed and well-made your home is, the better the visual impact it will have on the overall appearance of your vehicle.
They also found that if your home has a crystal-like ceiling fan in the center of it, the car will look more “sexy” and “modern.”
“You’re going to notice a different look when the ceiling fan is out,” said Lisa Mottola, senior associate director for consumer insights at Consumer Reports.
“The fan has a much higher speed, it’s moving, and it’s more active.”
Mottola said that when people are looking at a house with a ceiling fan on, they are actually looking at the ceiling and not the exterior of the house.
“It’s the inside that you want to be focused on, so the house will be easier to see,” she said.
“But if you have a high ceiling fan that is moving and looks like a glass ceiling fan and it has a light that’s not there, that can be distracting.”
But what if you’re not sure what to do?
According to Consumer Reports, there are a number of ways to make your house more aesthetically pleasing.
First, a wall of glass can help your house look more futuristic and modern.
“Glass will help the exterior and the interior look more cohesive, and that will help with the energy efficiency,” Mottia said.
Second, you can choose from a wide variety of exterior finishes.
Mittsons Garage has created a special collection of “modern and modern-looking” finishes for their new home.
Third, if you want your home to stand out from the crowd, you could use glass trim, which adds an extra dimension to your home.
“You can go for the traditional glass look, but if you’ve got an architectural element that’s very modern and modern looking, you’re going for the glass trim,” Mitts said.
“Glass trim has the highest impact on your overall energy efficiency because the energy it takes to produce glass is lower, and the energy you get out of it is greater.”
To learn more about how to achieve a more aesthetical home, visit www.consumerreports.com/sexy-car-home.