Residents of Southern California enjoy a nice Mediterranean climate that makes the great outdoors one of their top priorities. Our hectic schedules seem to demand that we spend much of our time indoors. Collectively known as modern living, it is all about the lure of modern conveniences, television, the kids and our families, creature comforts and the need to eat at regular times. Fortunately, there is a ready-made solution at hand, and it easier than you may think. Are you prepared to try something new?

Indoor-Outdoor Living Spaces

1. Eating Outdoors

The sun is setting and the warm evening air is enticing you outside. Imagine opening your modern frameless sliding glass doors as you walk from your formal lounge to a wide, generous outdoor patio area.  A certain magnetism comes with being surrounded by nature. There’s a place and role for everyone during outdoor BBQ sessions and al fresco dining.

2. Enjoying Weather as Nature Intended

Indoor living can prove to be limiting, particularly when the weather is so nice outside. Instead of turning on the climate control system indoors, why not open your home up and Welcome the Outside In™. Moreover, even if the weather is a little on the stormy side, your weatherproof glass sliding door system will allow you to watch the passing parade from the safety and security of your lounge, kitchen or bedroom.

Read: 7 Reasons to Have Good Air Ventilation at Home

3. Entertaining Guests in your Designated Home Party Room

If you have never thought of dedicating a space in your home for entertaining guests, perhaps it is time to rethink. In order to host your party group, the doorway and passageway to the space must be able to cope with the flow of people moving about. You need to ensure that you have sufficient space to accommodate the groups you plan to entertain comfortably. An outdoor patio separated from the indoor space by a frameless glass sliding door system is probably ideal for this purpose. Keeping the flow of traffic fluid and moving is essential to hosting guests within your home.

Read: The Principles of Designing a Home Party Room

4. Increasing the Value of Your Property

Adding a frameless sliding glass door system to your property is an investment based on optimizing your floor space and capitalizing on the views. Make a paradigm shift from old-fashioned French patio doors to the clear-vision world of modern glass door systems and see what happens one day when you decide to sell! What a brilliant idea and you’ll enjoy the new lifestyle that comes as part of the package!

Read: 9 Home Renovation Ideas to Increase Property Value

5. Escape to the Environment called Outdoor Living

Open your home to a new world of opportunity offered by outdoor living spaces. Whether you overlook a cityscape, beach, lake, river or mountain, opening your patio will prove to be a noteworthy investment. It’s more than creating extra utility space, it’s also about getting the best of both worlds!

6. Home Expansion

Renovating your home need not prove expensive and messy if you choose frameless sliding glass walls over conventional brick, mortar and plastered wall designs. The conversion is quick, with no major building mess to worry about. Once installed, the finished effect will open the view and integrate the indoor and outdoor living room, and your family will enjoy the extra space created.

 

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