Last updated on December 21st, 2020
Fresh air. Natural light. A beautiful view. The benefits of indoor-outdoor living are practically endless—and so are the possibilities. While access to the backyard has always been a big selling point, sliding glass doors don’t have to be limited to the patio. Here are five prime places to incorporate indoor-outdoor living features into your home, as seen in Boulder Ranch, a luxury Toll Brothers community in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Floor-to-ceiling and open corner configurations of sliding glass doors can create indoor-outdoor courtyards perfect for entertaining and livability. When opened, they expand space and create a seamless flow into the patio area; when closed, they provide privacy and security.
Western Window Systems Series 600 Multi-Slide Door eliminates any barrier between the bedroom and the back patio when open. When closed, the multi-slide doors provide year-round, all-weather mountain sunrise views.
Moving walls of glass invite fresh air and sunset views to dinner. When these Series 600 Sliding Glass Doors are open, they provide an indoor-outdoor dining experience and easy access to the lush backyard and infinity-edge pool.
A popular place for sliding glass doors, the patio can level up its indoor-outdoor livability with multiple sliding glass doors that open entire walls to the outside. Western Window Systems Series 600 Multi-Slide Doors create expansive areas for indoor-outdoor entertaining, bolstered by features like fire pits and speakers.
Utilizing sliding glass doors in pool areas gives them a luxury, resort-like feel. With multiple sliding glass doors installed around this pool, residents and their guests have access to the area from multiple rooms in the house.