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jmpjmp

Glare becomes increasingly a problem as we age past around 50, so in brightly lit spaces it is important to arrange furniture so one is not facing the bright sun (or reflections).

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missybridget

we're 70/71 yrs old -- no "bright sun" under an oak hammock- that's why we got the solatubes & no "reflections" from a solatube - the light is diffused from cathedral ceilings throughout the entire greatroom

   
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Marie W
Such beautiful spaces! The round skylights are especially fun!
   

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