4 great tips for linking indoors with outside

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4 great tips for linking indoors with outside

We’ve posted this before but with the weather set fair (dare we say hot) and summer barbecues and entertaining outdoors high on the agenda, it seemed appropriate to post it again.

Collings1A4The most desirable kitchens are those that flow seamlessly from inside to outside, and provide an extension to the living space and a place to entertain throughout the summer. Kitchens that extend beyond their natural boundaries are a Roundhouse speciality. By being clever and creative at the planning stage and using imaginative design ideas to make the most of the space, we can create a bespoke kitchen that naturally flows from the interior to the exterior.

Tips for creating an indoors/outdoors kitchen

  1. Fit bi-fold doors that disappear when folded back to create beautiful light filled room
  2. Use the same flooring both inside and out to extend the illusion of space
  3. Ensure that as far as possible outdoor lighting is an extension of the indoor lighting scheme
  4. Create a visual link through the colour, design or texture of both indoor and outdoor furniture.

A Roundhouse bespoke kitchen designer will help you think through all your options at the planning stage and will come up with creative ideas and solutions to help you achieve the bespoke kitchen you really want.