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Trending on Remodelista: The Best of Indoor-Outdoor Living

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Trending on Remodelista: The Best of Indoor-Outdoor Living

August 2, 2019

Who wants to be stuck indoors when the weather’s warm and the sun’s out? Not Remodelista editors. Here are some of the inspired indoor-outdoor living spaces they were admiring this week:

A San Francisco couple now have “a bit of peace in the middle of the city,” thanks to architect Malcolm Davis, who opened up their kitchen to create room to entertain both indoors and out. Photograph by Paul Dyer courtesy of Malcolm Davis Architecture, from Kitchen of the Week: A Modern Farmhouse Kitchen in SF (Before and After).
Above: A San Francisco couple now have “a bit of peace in the middle of the city,” thanks to architect Malcolm Davis, who opened up their kitchen to create room to entertain both indoors and out. Photograph by Paul Dyer courtesy of Malcolm Davis Architecture, from Kitchen of the Week: A Modern Farmhouse Kitchen in SF (Before and After).
Above: Concrete floors in the interior dissolve into concrete pavers in the courtyard of this project by SF-based architect Ryan Leidner. Photograph by Joe Fletcher, courtesy of Ryan Leidner Architecture, from Two for One: A Courtyard Connects Old and New in a San Francisco Home.
Double-glazed bifold doors open the living area to the deck in this New Zealand home. Photograph courtesy of George & Willy, from The DIY Makeover: George and Willy’s Urban Cabin (Created from a Tiny \199\1 Suburban House).
Above: Double-glazed bifold doors open the living area to the deck in this New Zealand home. Photograph courtesy of George & Willy, from The DIY Makeover: George and Willy’s Urban Cabin (Created from a Tiny 1991 Suburban House).

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