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The staircase’s sparkly quartz-tiled statement wall shines glittery light around the room as the sun passes over the skylights.
After all, skylights are windows that let fresh air in after cooking and cleaning or just to enjoy the smells and sounds of the seasons, removing boundaries between inside and outside.
Broken skylight glass and a decorative metal and marble ceiling will also be replaced.
New office: The company remodeled a drab-looking Rancho Cordova office park building last fall by adding windows and skylights, a game room, a gym, employee showers and a soft drink machine that dispenses free drinks of more than 100 flavors.
When remodeling, adding skylights to the project plan not only improves your home's looks and energy efficiency, but adds natural lighting, ventilation options and comfort.
The new store has glass exterior walls and skylights, with separate departments for furniture, mattresses, electronics, appliances and flooring.
The structure, which has a cathedral ceiling, skylights and bay window, was designed by Dave Spitzer of DMS Architects and built by Forristal.
Bright sunlight streams in through the skylights overhead, falling on five armchairs, which are lined up against the wall.
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