It's that time of year when it's suddenly, delightfully, bearable to be outside. And then you want to be outside all the time, even when you're inside. Which, of course, is an impossible dream, unless you live in one of these amazing indoor/outdoor spaces, where the usual boundary between inside and outside blurs in the best possible way.
Above: A dining room that lets the outdoors in, from The Veda House.
This Australian home by Breezway has louvered windows that can be opened to unite inside and outside.
The disappearing wall in this home from New Zealand Design Blog opens to reveal a gorgeous view.
Sliding walls make this home's deck an extension of the living room. From Erin Michael.
In this New Zealand home, a folding wall opens the kitchen up to an internal courtyard. House and Leisure
From Wonder, a dining room that lets the outside in.
A folding wall creates a gorgeous indoor/outdoor space in a home from Dwell.
A wall of windows opens a home up to the adjoining patio in a space from Milk Decoration.
The Thai home of artist Rirkrit Tiravanija, spotted on Somewhere I Would Like to Live.
This London home from The Property Files has a sliding door that can be retracted in good weather.
A garage door opens this living room from Marie Claire Maison up to the pool beyond.
A house spotted on SF Girl by Bay opens itself up to the outdoors.
Pivoting and folding doors mean that the walls of this home, by William Tozer Associates, can disappear in an instant.
A dreamy Australian home from One Kind Design.
Why have an outdoor kitchen when you can turn your indoor kitchen into an outdoor kitchen? From New Zealand Design Blog.
A sunny space from Homelife.
Balcony and living room become one in this space from Arch Daily.
Swinging doors connect a Brazilian home from Desire to Inspire with the jungle.
A New Zealand studio, spotted on Design Boom, embraces the outside.