A major part of Australian home design is the seamless connection of indoor and outdoor spaces for the ultimate entertainment and living zones. With a growing trend towards indoor-outdoor living, home builders are designing and building homes incorporating functional living areas that bridge the gap between indoors and out. No longer is the home and garden considered two separate entities with a strict boundary. Your outdoor space literally becomes an extension of the living area, kitchen, dining, or entertainment zone. The central principle is to create a fluid transition so the indoors and outdoors feel like one zone, whether through custom building, removing an existing wall, adding glass, or feature doors. In this article, discover the benefits of indoor-outdoor living, the types of indoor-outdoor spaces, and 16 fabulous ways to connect your indoor and outdoor space for the ultimate entertainer’s home.