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Merging the outdoors with indoors is one of
those interior design trends that everyone is trying to nail at the moment and
it’s not that hard to see why. Enhancing your interior living space so that it
blends seamlessly with the outdoors can make your house look and feel bigger
and brighter. 

In order to ensure that you get the look
right you will need some guidance along the way and our infographic offers you
the best possible tips. We provide advice in five easy steps and inform you
about the do’s and don’ts of this popular trend. For example, a key step for
merging the outdoors with indoors is to ensure that you open the view, so in
this instance we advise that any patio doors or large windows are kept clear of
clutter.Shutters or semi-transparent blinds are good options for window
coverings since they won’t obstruct the view and will give you privacy. While heavy
curtains are a definite no as they can obstruct the view of the outdoors.