3 Ideas to Encourage Indoor-outdoor Flow

In our previous blogs we already talked about how great to install sliding wall to extend your living room with most possibility. The benefits of indoor-outdoor living are clear- the tranquility of nature and the beauty of fresh air brought right into your home. What if you don’t have patio garden? What are some great ideas to boost the link between inside and outside under your circumstance?

Ditch your cement wall

From inside it’s apparent that the other side of the living-dining area also features sliding glass walls. Such large openings mean cross ventilation is easily accomplished.

Open up your dining room

Dining rooms that open to the outside have the best of both worlds: the laid-back feeling of dining without the fuss of having to dust off the outdoor furniture or carry plates too far from the kitchen.

Enhance a garden room

If you are lucky enough to have a garden room or converted shed, enhance its mood by extending the floor out to skirt the building so that when the doors are thrown open wide, you can’t quite tell what’s inside and what’s out.

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