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  • Michael Dattolico

Blending Outdoor and Indoor Living (part 2)

As you read in part 1, simple things like lighting, investing in furniture and changing the layout can truly bring your outdoor and indoor space to the next level. In this part, we will be discussing some of the bigger changes you can make to help make the flow from indoor to outside. While they may take more time and money, you truly get a bang for your buck, not only making the home more enjoyable, but also making it more sellable for the future.

One of the most important aesthetic factors to home buyers is the amount of natural light the home gets. Big windows and doors can make the home so bright and welcoming, while naturally drawing anyone into the outdoor space. Make sure you can get some that open completely, adding that extra element of natural air into the home.

Adding some protection from the sun is great in Florida weather. Adding a permanent type of cover, or even extending the roof is a great option. This ensures anyone who is outside is comfortable, and makes it easy to open windows and doors and not get the heat inside. It also protects the outside furniture from sun damage.

We hope you found this information on blending indoor and outdoor spaces to be helpful. 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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