La Canada Residence
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The generously sized counter on the left side of this house provides a convenient sideboard for the outside dining area.
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Indoor-outdoor party. This house was made for this kind of party, with seamless openings between the house and the patio.
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The back side of this property has partition-style doors that open up for a true outdoor-room feeling. More modern lines define this home with a fire pit and a pass-through off the kitchen.
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3. Indoor-outdoor flow. Ranches are usually built on slabs, so they're level with the yard, and are often laid out in U or L shapes, making them especially conducive to indoor-outdoor living. Take advantage of that by adding French doors, folding doors or retractable sliders.Find the right glass door for your patio
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Having a well-designed outdoor area adjacent to your main entertaining rooms is a great way to get more space when needed and to add value to your home. The indoor-outdoor concept is not a new idea, but when you combine it with an open floor plan, you can create a large entertaining area that your guests will savor. Here are some tips to make sure you get the most out of your indoor-outdoor design.