continued from A Room With A View, part 2
Imagine a strong visual connection between the interior and the exterior of your home when you picture these dynamic visuals:
Optimize the indoor/outdoor connection by adding or upgrading exterior lighting. It not only provides important safety but also produces an opportunity to enjoy outside features from the inside that would otherwise be lost in the dark.
Imagine creative ways to bring nature inside. Arrangements of early blooms such as bulbs, azalea blossoms, and spring and summer annuals add lovely color. Consider unusual combinations of evergreens and grasses, branches with berries, and cones or unique bark. Naturalistic arrangements are stunning and unusual and brighten any setting. Bring the kids into the process of going on a nature hunt to spot the uniqueness found nature, and get them to take part in playing with ways to combine your finds.
If you started reading here, for the whole story, troll back to parts one and two of this series A Room With A View and A Room With A View, part 2. You’ll be you with the result when these design concepts are integrated with any interior or exterior project. Double duty and mirror image principles can take the best advantage of all your home has to offer – inside and out!
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