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  • Michael Dattolico

Blending Outdoor and Indoor Living (Part 1)

Creating a space where you can easily go from inside to outside is becoming a priority to home buyers and home owners alike. It brings the beautiful weather closer to your living room, and can be a great way to connect with your environment. In this article, we will be helping you find a way to blend your outside and indoor living spaces.

In Florida, we often see this connection of spaces in beach homes. But you don't need a beach home to want to have a great flow of spaces. Outdoor furniture can be an investment, but with the right selection you can use the outdoor couch more than your indoor couch, so ensure you take the time to pick the best furniture! You can also create an outdoor kitchen, really stepping it up for entertainment.

In terms of layout, always ensure the outdoor “living room” is right next to, or close to, the indoor living room. This creates a feeling of the outside as being an extension, rather than a whole new area. Do not forget about lighting, with good lighting for the outside space, you can stay there at any time of the day.

We hope you found this information on blending indoor and outdoor spaces to be insightful. At AJS, we are committed to serving the Gulf Coast and beyond in moving, building, and leveling and we are here to help you and your properties. For lifting, construction, or moving, give us a call today to schedule a free consultation!

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