As outdoor living becomes a growing trend, the walls to our houses continue to diminish. What’s more, we are now bringing smart technology into the picture to make our walls completely vanish.
A Southampton house built on 4 acres of property boasts of having no walls. Yes really, in the place of walls, the smart home adorns 20 feet wide glass doors that are motor operated. This is just one of the many high valued homes in the Hamptons that are getting rid of wall boundaries.
Glass walls disappear into wall pockets elongating the indoor living room to the outdoor terrace. An Indoor bar extends in a dovetail to the outside where your guests enjoy evening cocktails under starry romantic nights. What about insects and pests? Well these high value homes include meshy screens that enclose the entire outdoor area keeping bugs out.
With an open air decorative plan, you don’t need to overwork your AC. Just open up the outdoors and let the fresh air from Mother Nature nourish your lungs. And it seems that architects and contractors aren’t focused on horizontal outward expansion alone. Some Hampton homes are now expanding vertically. Traditional basements are now replaced by scenic underground aquariums to amuse your guests whenever they come over.
Getting rid of walls is not only a trend for the rich. Even middle income earners are seeing the benefits of fusing the outdoor with the indoor. How many times do we complain of a kitchen so tiny or a dining area that cannot seat your many relatives?
How about taking away the walls and converting your backyard into an outdoor kitchen complete with a dining area. And if you are a lover of all things natural, curve a dining area out of stone and marble. Add in a fountain and ambient lighting to create the perfect scene to share meals and laughter.