Nature and a connection to the outdoors is the best antidote for stress. The last Global Wellness Summit at the Breakers in Palm Beach focused on the benefits of looking outdoors to revitalize health. Nature and exterior environments can improve life balance. Building homes with seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces will encourage that connection. We don’t look at the outdoor space as separate when designing a home. It’s a continuation of the entire lifestyle concept. The most effective plans encourage fluidity between indoor and outdoor spaces.
Blurring the Lines with Retractable Walls
This home designed by architect Jason Bernard invites the outdoors in with a wall of folding glass doors.
Increasing your exposure to natural daylight is automatic when you move indoor activities outside. Cooking in this outdoor kitchen from Geneva Cabinet Company adds ambiance along with a delicious meal. Danver cabinetry is used for durability and good looks.
Outdoors is a Continuation of What’s Happening Indoors
Versatile seating arrangements can ease the flow of activity.
Incorporate Sensory Wellness
Capturing a beautiful view and fresh scents will provide an additional dimension to your outdoor experience.
Interior and Exterior Design
The scope of many interior design projects now includes outdoor spaces that support a unified look with fashionable weather-resistant furnishings.
Enjoy the natural flow of this entire Lowell Custom Home here.
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