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Beautiful living rooms that open to the outdoors

Those fortunate enough to find and afford a dreamy location for their homes have lots of things to look forward to when living there. For example, great homes come with great views. Being able to sit in your cozy home, relax in a chair or on the sofa and to admire the amazing views beyond is an extraordinary feeling.Most such homes take advantage of the views and have designs that include floor-to-ceiling windows and glass walls.

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Modern living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views over the landscape

These elements are usually most present in the living room. This area is a social and a shared space where family members and guests gather and spend time together, It’s a space where everyone feels welcome and where everyone has the opportunity to admire the landscape and the surroundings. These open space living rooms are definitely extraordinary. But this type of design is not exclusively reserved for the most spectacular locations.

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Living room with huge sliding doors that reveal the beauty of the surrounding outdoor area
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Traditional family room with adjacent terrace and direct access and views of the outdoors
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Very bright and modern living area that opens onto an exterior terrace via folding doors
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Contemporary home with large sliding doors/walls that open the living space onto the outdoors
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Pool house with a glass garage door that opens to reveal the pool and exterior spaces

Any piece of land that has something beautiful on it can represent something one might like to admire from the coziness of the living room. For example, one might like to admire the beautiful old trees from the property while sitting in the sofa relaxing. Someone else might like to sit back and unwind while watching the busy city and all the agitation. Regardless of the location, an open space living room with direct views and access to the outdoors is always beautiful.

Picture sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.