Connecting Your Home’s Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

Your outdoor space is just as important as your indoor space. Seamlessly blending the two can significantly expand your living […]

Exterior view of home with terrace

Your outdoor space is just as important as your indoor space. Seamlessly blending the two can significantly expand your living space and flood your home with natural light, which can prove beneficial to your mental and emotional wellbeing. If you’re looking for a way to double your floor space and see more of your beautiful outdoor views from the inside, connecting indoor and outdoor spaces is a great way to start.

Let the natural light in

You can never go wrong with flooding your indoor space with natural light. You may want to consider building large windows or installing glass doors that divide the two spaces. This will make room for the sunlight to come in freely. If privacy is a concern, you may opt for modern window coverings such as remote window blinds. This way, you can easily control the sunlight you want to let in and open and close your blinds with just a press of a button.

Keep your living area near your outdoor living space

One of the easiest ways to connect your indoor and outdoor living areas is to have them side by side. Some homeowners have their patio detached from their home but having them next to each other creates an illusion that your space is bigger. Best of all, it’s an excellent way to bring nature views and outdoor freshness into the home.

Style your outdoor space

Styling your outdoor living space will make the room feel as cosy and inviting as your indoor family room. There are plenty of ways you can design your outdoor space to make it more warm and comfortable. For example, you could ground the space with a rug, match comfortable sofas with comfy pillows, or provide umbrellas and retractable shade roofs for protection from the sun and rain.

Coordinate the design

When styling, it’s important to create a seamless flow between the two spaces. Whether that’s matching the accessories such as throws and cushions or furniture such as chairs and tables, you need to blend the décor of the two areas together. It may also be as simple as placing greenery in both spaces or using the same flooring material. You can also match the rustic wooden elements from your home interior to emphasise the crossover effect to the outdoors. Choosing indoor shutters or timber shutters for your window coverings can make the transition look seamless and effortless.

Create a seamless flow with the help of Weathermaster Auckland

Enhance your indoor and outdoor living spaces and create a seamless flow between the two with Weathermaster Auckland. We have the indoor window coverings and outdoor shading solutions you need for your interiors and outdoor spaces. Our products can help you create and implement a design that supports both indoor and outdoor lifestyles. From shutters and awnings down to pergola shades and blinds, we have the solution for you to make the most out of your property. To book a consultation, contact us today.