Connecting your home to the outdoors promotes well-being, rest and relaxation and creates additional indoor/outdoor living spaces to enjoy with your friends and family.
Summer 2021 for most, is possibly not how anyone would have predicted last year. We have all spent an unprecedented amount of time in our homes throughout the Covid lockdowns, and many of us have been eager to leave behind our home office and get back to the office work environment.
For most of us holidays this year will mean a ‘staycation’ and if you do get away you may only have one holiday. This means that our home has yet again had to evolve into becoming our destination spot, and our summer sanctuary. One of our most popular requests when re-designing a property is to ‘bring theoutdoors in’, however summer is the time when everyone wants to experience the great outdoors, making the most of the weather and utilise their gardens to instead ‘bring the indoors out’. Your garden is literally an extension of the internal space of your home where you can create fully functioning spaces to entertain, relax and spend quality time with your family and friends.
When you extend the limits of your project to include your full garden, land or ownership you can create a home that works for you, your extended family members and even your business. Creating your home as a one-stop-shop for everyday living, family gatherings, health and well-being, and good old-fashioned R&R.
You may wish to add more wow-factor to your home, add a leisure wing, create a family annexe, or you may even want to create a second home or holiday lodge for your family to retreat to. Summer is the time when you can evaluate if your home works for you, or if there are areas which require improvement. If you want to improve your property, add additional space or even create a holiday home contact a member of our team for a free consultation to discuss your project.