As we enjoy the summer months of 2021 and the hope of lockdown restrictions finally ending, eliminating the restrictions between indoor and outdoor living is a perfect way to ensure your home is ready for all the social occasions we have missed. In this blog, we discuss several ways to eliminate the transition between indoor and outdoor living and make the most of your home space.
In our March blog, we discussed how bifold and sliding doors can help connect indoor and outdoor living to create a seamless finish. Sliding and bifold doors can provide uninterrupted views of your garden space and maximising natural light entering your home.
Flooring that extends from indoors to your outdoor area is a perfect way to help draw the eye outside and create the illusion of a continuation of space and aid the transition between outdoor and indoor living.
In our blog earlier this month, we discussed how orangeries allow you to enjoy garden views all year round and help to aid the transition from indoors and outdoors, as well as allow natural light to flood into your home.
Adding greenery indoors and outdoors is a clever way to merge indoor and outdoor living, especially if you consider structural plants and colour
Outdoor rooms such as bars, additional living space, or home offices have been an increasing trend in 2020-2021. By creating an outdoor room such as a living room/games room/bar you can make your home feel bigger all summer long. Outdoor rooms decorated to match your indoor decor can create the illusion of a continuation of space from indoors to the outdoor space at the bottom of your garden.
At Arc Design Services, we specialise in architectural design, dedicated to offering a fresh and exciting approach to every project. With this in mind, Arc Design Services could help you aid the transition of indoor and outdoor living, whether this is in your existing home, renovation, or extension plans. Contact our experts today at Arc Design Services at www.arcdesignservices.net or 0161 928 4433.