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Sure, you should be able to. It's mostly a question of how soft you want it.

maybe take an 8x8 or so of something like ultrabounce or even a silk, and put it above the window, then bounce all the kinos into that from below. This will give a very nice ambient skyight softness which will fall off into the room rather quickly.

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