How about, as suggested ages ago by Jo Brannan, reducing some of the north, sea facing glazing (glass windows, doors, panels) to have more of a frame on the view.
Yes it’s great to have some rooms where it’s full whack the view, where the end side walls, roof and floor are the frame.
But maybe some other rooms have less glazing. Walls are also much more thermally efficient and cheaper for the heating efficiency of the building.
This extreme framing (ie mostly wall Vs small window) works to amazing effect.
The above photo is from www.houzz.com
For this endless ocean view, instead of the windows going floor to ceiling, the designer chose to pull the focus tight by using a smaller window. The minimally framed window creates the look of art on the wall and brings your attention to the balance of sea and sky and the subtle gradient of color.
It seems almost any frame, can end up adding to the view: