Lifestyle magazines often talk about the joy of opening up your living and ‘bringing the outside in’
You could, for example, install fold-back patio doors, meaning that on glorious sunny days there’s no distinction between house and garden.
Or, you could have such a desirable outdoor area that inside seems like a poor second choice.
You could make a feature of your view…
…or fill your living area with plants, either real…
…or with a bold feature wall.
You could even install an indoor/outdoor water feature.
Not in this house you can’t!
No, this is how the Gluestick house brings the outside in, all by itself:
I don’t think that’s what Pinterest and all the glossy magazines meant.
The scary thing is that we didn’t even notice until I pulled back the curtains the other day. If the Triffids ever attack we’re a gonna!!!
(Of course it might have something to do with our windows being thatdirty. I daren’t clean them though – I fear the grime is the only thing keeping the glass in their increasingly rotten frames. And with no windows I dread to think what evergreen onslaught we’d be in for!)