How to Choose the Right Windows and Doors to Tie in Your Indoor and Outdoor Spaces
Having the correct transition between the inside of your Idaho home and your patio or sunroom can be difficult to achieve. These transitions are critical because they allow guests to see in and out of your home and plays a big role in making the entire design look consistent. When renovating or investing in replacement doors, there are a variety of ways to ensure you are cohesively integrating all of the pieces together, whether in or outside of your door.
Outdoor patios and living spaces are used practically as much as kitchens or living rooms are in the Idaho area, assuming they are created in a functional manner. Large glass windows and doors can be great for homeowners that spend a lot of time in their indoor and outdoor spaces. Here are a couple tips from the profs at Pella Windows and Doors to help you soften your home’s transition from the outside to the inside.
- It is crucial to keep
the entry and exit clear where your indoor and outdoor spaces come
together. A clear walkway can open up each of the spaces, making the transition between the two spaces flow. Having the correct door can
also help let in natural light and make a seemless
- Add a bit of fun to your
rooms by purchasing a large window and transition pieces,
like a bar
at the base of
your window opening. Having a statement piece means you can entertain more people and can lengthen
that space when you have larger groups of people over to your Idaho house.
- When getting a replacement door,
use it to create inspiration for your decorations. Making simple
changes to your home’s décor to flow
your new door can create a seamless transition for your
- Carry over the sense of a ceiling to your outdoor space through creating pieces like a pergola. These Renaissance-inspired additions are great for blocking the sun, hanging lights, and simply helping you feel like you have a fancier outdoor spaces in Idaho.