The indoor-outdoor trend has evolved beyond the screened porch. These days, every room in the house can be transformed into a bright, open place with access to the outside. Here are five indoor-outdoor spaces sure to inspire.
The floor-to-ceiling fixed window walls allow for natural light to flood this in-home office space.
Home offices that facilitate the flow of fresh air and natural daylight will be the way to work healthfully in 2021 and beyond. With the pandemic putting more people in work-from-home positions, having a home office that’s healthful is more important than ever.
The strategic placement of two window walls and floor-length mirrors allow for this kitchen to be flooded with light.
Connecting kitchens to backyard patios creates a delicious gathering space for cooks and diners alike. The choice of dining in or enjoying a meal al fresco has never been easier.
Bedrooms have gone beyond big – some of today’s trendiest master suites include flourishes like fireplaces, chandeliers, and breathtaking views. Plus, a panoramic sunrise seen through floor-to-ceiling glass isn’t such a bad way to wake up.
The master suite becomes one with the outdoors, thanks to an array of Western Window Systems doors and windows.
The floor-to-ceiling multi-slide system completely opens the large bathroom to the walkway outside, which has a partial wall that allows for privacy.
Vast expanses of glass bring the outside into bathrooms, allowing bathers to commune with nature. From outdoor showers to oversize tubs surrounded by mirrors and windows, these bathrooms give you a reason to linger longer.
The open multi-slide allows direct access to the pool in the backyard from the living room, while the floor-to-ceiling windows on either side contribute to the flood of natural light.
Why spend money at a resort when you can enjoy a luxury staycation at home? By connecting indoor and outdoor living spaces, pool areas are transformed into personal resorts.