Outdoor Living Inspiration – Room with a view

Outdoor Living Inspiration

Blending outdoor living inspiration can be difficult but by continuing your living space to the outdoors will maximise your home.

One of the popular ways of achieving this is with bifold doors. This is a good option and doesn’t matter whether you have acres of land or a courtyard garden.

There are several styles and colours of doors available and once they are opened they create the sense that the indoor room is flowing into the outdoors. This is a great example of how the indoors  flow effortlessly into the outdoors as if it’s all part of the same space.

Picture Windows

One of my favourite ideas for blending the indoors with the outdoors is a picture window, especially ones with built in window seating making it a perfect place to relax and read a good book.  Picture windows can also be used for areas that need more natural light –

Orangery is the new Conservatory

Orangeries are like a conservatory but often have more brickwork & glass and are often larger – considered by some as private spaces with an emphasis on grandeur and luxury. They are dependant buildings with a pitched roof lantern and are often decorated separate to your home.

Orangery is the new Conservatory

Orangeries are like a conservatory but often have more brickwork & glass and are often larger – considered by some as private spaces with an emphasis on grandeur and luxury. They are dependant buildings with a pitched roof lantern and are often decorated separate to your home.

 

Room with a Small View

If you don’t have a garden you can still, make the most of your view. Add internal or external window boxes and fill them with plants or flowers.

I love the idea of having an indoor garden filled with cacti –

If you are feeling creative this blooming statement piece would be a talking point for any room –