Recent Examples of skylight from the Web
Third floor: Womenswear arranged in what feels like a swanky living room — right down to a velvet sofa, a 1970s-era coffee table, and a skylight.
Yet a large skylight and bright furniture -- including a 15-year-old blue leather couch imported from Italy -- and purple carpet lighten the room.
Leak-prone panels of glass in a skylight are being removed and replaced with metal, Wright said.
The dining room’s drop ceiling was been removed to reveal old vaulted wooden beams and glass skylights.
If a homeowner wants to change the entry door color, the style of windows or install a skylight, how does the owner know if the request is worth the effort?
Natural light: Windows and skylights are important, not only for artists, but also for those who want to make sure the space feels welcoming and connected to the outdoors.
This central court is lighted by a pair of enormous skylights.
The overhead skylight, which was a part of the former restaurant, now is more noticeable, opening the room to soft light, Briana Cardone said.
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Definition of skylight for English Language Learners
: a window in the roof of a house or on a ship's deck
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