Our main room has 10' ceilings and sliding glass doors that turn a corner. In the same space is a large window that also turns a corner (doesn't go all the way to the floor) and a single sliding glass door that we use all the time to go out to the lanai. This room gets the morning sun so it is very bright but we love the view so don't want to cover the windows during the day. There is also very little wall space on the sides of these doors/windows for any kind of drapes (without blocking some of the view and light). The issue is at night when the blackness from the windows makes the room so dark. I am considering getting Hunter Douglas remote controlled Duette cellular shades (interior mount) in white which we would close at night. These create the least gap at the corners as they have small headers. But I am still not sure this is the best solution and would love other suggestions. I was originally planning to use faux Roman shades as well but maybe just the shades will be enough?