49,012 Indoor and outdoor connections Home Design Photos

Aleck Wilson Architects
2 Reviews
3 Bar Residence
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Love the connection between the interior and outdoor spaces.
The physical connecting contraption between the
Another way to introduce an indoor-outdoor connection is by including a breezeway in your home’s design. These covered, open passages connect one part of a home to another and make an excellent place for an indoor-outdoor dining room or sitting
outdoor not part of the house and therefore not taxed?
Another way to introduce an indoor-outdoor connection is by including a breezeway in your home’s design. These covered, open passages connect one part of a
Another way to introduce an indoor-outdoor connection is by including a breezeway in your home’s design. These covered, open passages connect one part of a home to another and make an excellent place for an indoor-outdoor dining room or sitting area.
“back of deck” — ehburridge
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Villa Redferno
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outdoors is a huge picture,sense of not being enclosed
back of the home, where Weston and Hornery cook, eat and entertain. To increase indoor-outdoor connections, Weston added steel bi-fold doors that open out onto the courtyard beyond. 11 ways to create indoor-outdoor connections
“white steel frame doors” — dlbsmith
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
eichler in marinwood
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gave his family pause. “But the indoor-outdoor connection makes a huge difference,” he says. “It feels much larger than its true square footage.”
lov indoor/outdoor feel and the dog!
Small space looks and feels bigger bc of indoors/outdoors
home initially gave his family pause. “But the indoor-outdoor connection makes a huge difference,” he says. “It feels much larger than its true square footage.”
saying, ‘I love this house — it’s a blast.’” The designer notes that the small size of the home initially gave his family pause. “But the indoor-outdoor connection makes a huge difference,” he says. “It feels much larger than its true square footage.”
“Ceiling” — abbyvdm
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Hamilton
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Private courtyards off the living room provide private respites, while lots of windows foster indoor-outdoor connections. The lush green foliage of oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Sike’s Dwarf’) softens the walls.
We could do a connecting wall out the dining room side like this. Out of stone.
Private courtyards off the living room provide private respites, while lots of windows foster indoor-outdoor connections. The lush green foliage of oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Sike’s Dwarf’) softens the walls.
“great little side court” — mistressomirth
Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Belfast Residence
Ideabooks6,418
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I'm not a fan of the glossy cabinets; however most everything else works in this kitchen. I'm also a huge fan of the big openings to the outdoors.
open plan of kitchen to outdoor area
Accordion doors between living space and outdoor space, kitchen island facing the pool
The driving idea for the kitchen’s design was its relationship to the outdoors, including the pool and fire pit. “It’s a three-season, indoor-outdoor connection,” says Nikki. “But even in winter, we get the full benefits of this well-designed space.”
“Door to outside” — Jennifer Clarke
David Robertson Design, LLC
8 Reviews
Capitol Hill Loft
Ideabooks2,101
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glass near conditioned space should always be insulated. Glass is, of course, more expensive than a solid door, but it preserves the visual indoor-outdoor connections even when the door is closed. Glazing will also affect the proportions of the panels, limiting their width and height. Again manufacturers
glass near conditioned space should always be insulated. Glass is, of course, more expensive than a solid door, but it preserves the visual indoor-outdoor connections even when the door is closed. Glazing will also affect the proportions of the panels, limiting their width and height. Again manufacturers
“inyeresting ceiling” — judyml
Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
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The living room, with flexible furniture arrangements and a concertina window wall leading to the outdoor living deck. Photo by Emma Cross
In the living room, flexible furniture arrangements and a concertina window wall lead to the outdoor living deck, providing an indoor-outdoor connection. A key theme of Hill House is that it encourages incredibly eco-friendly habits and an awareness of the environment around
“the Hill house - all windows” — Sosumi Ydontya
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
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Living room and dining room connected
Past the thick pantry wall is the dining room, which used to be the living room. "Large arrays of windows added to the sense of indoor/outdoor connectivity," Smith says. Another budget-saving tip: Aiming to put windows in spots where openings already existed. "Oversized windows gave us a very good bang
light around and add texture that references the country setting in a contemporary way," she says. As you can see, the ceilings also create a strong connection between the dining room and the living room. In the spirit of using local materials, the owner purchased a dining table made of wood reclaimed from
“Tables” — jack9620
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