Ideas For Combining Your Outdoor & Living Room Areas

Combining your living area with your outdoor space is a great way to entertain guests, introduce great airflow and light, and keep your home feeling open and fresh throughout the day. There are many great ways to achieve this, so we’ll talk through some of the most popular.

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Aluminium Bifold Doors

Arguably the most recognised and popular way of opening a Living Room to an outdoor area is with a Bifold door. These are the large doors that are made up of panels that cascade together to one side of the opening, connecting your living room to your outdoor entertaining area by essentially removing a wall.

Aside from the aesthetic qualities, Bifolds are incredibly strong and durable and glide effortlessly for ease of use for all ages. Furthermore, you’re able to adjust the width of the opening to fit any occasion, from fully open for the family’s Christmas lunch, to just a panel to make life easy for the four legged children of the family.

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Aluminium Sliding Doors

If you’re home design won’t allow for the installation of Bifold doors, then it might be best to look at Sliding Door options. Sliding Doors are available in a range of sizes and can generally fit most openings that are larger than a standard doorway. With the same ease of use as a bifold door, it’s suitable for all family members, and still provides an excellent amount of light and airflow, but with a reduced opening as the two panels fit over each other. There’s also the option to add a mesh insert to the door if insects are a problem at your property.

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Aluminium Stacker Doors

Stacker Doors are another great option for opening your living room to outdoor areas. Aesthetically similar to Sliding doors, Stacked doors can involve more panels than a Sliding door and work by staggering the panels, allowing you to reduce its form to just one panel, maximising the opening. Like Sliding doors, Stacker doors are available with flyscreens to stop the ingress of insects. Great for those warm summer nights, where you want that cool breeze flowing through, without the summer mosquitos.

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Aluminium Louvre Windows

Another successful way of opening your living room to the outdoors is by combining your door options with Louvre Windows. This style of windows offer a very modern design, with exceptional control of airflow. Whether you choose floor to ceiling or smaller panels of Louvre windows, you’re essentially installing a moving section of wall, much like the Bifold doors. With conveniently placed handles, you’re able to move multiple panels of glass simultaneously, while leaving other panels closed should they be in reach of small children. Louvre Windows are also incredibly popular in bathrooms where you can allow an impressive amount of air into keep the room fresh.

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Adding Value to your Home

Having your living room connect to your outdoor areas is not only practical and fantastic to look at, open-plan living is exceptionally popular and is certain to add value to your home. If you’re looking into adding a new dimension to your living room and outdoor areas, then get in touch with Betaview today for a complimentary consultation, including measurements. We have a spectacular range of Aluminium doors and windows that can be custom made to fit your specification. All Betaview doors and windows are proudly manufactured in Sydney, and Betaview offers the complete measure, manufacture, supply, and install service.

Call us today on 1300 725 719, complete our enquiry form online, or visit our showroom at 15 Dale Street, Brookvale NSW 2100.