The way that daylight enters a room establishes the character of the space. Here are four ideas to adapt.
|A bank of glass-fronted cabinets becomes a see-through divider between the kitchen and breakfast nook.||The pass-through connects the kitchen and great room, allowing each to borrow light from the other.|
|The large opening beside the platform tub brings daylight into a shower.||Blue-and-white drapes, fashioned from sheer and solid fabric panels, soften the guest room’s bay window.|
Photos: Thomas J. Story