The International Builders Show in Las Vegas is happening now and we are excited to reveal the booth we created for Andersen Windows and Doors. If you are in the area, come stop by today! Andersen is showcasing two doors from their beautiful Architectural Collection. Andersen’s doors create moving walls of glass that seamlessly blend the indoors with outdoors to flood your space with light, maximize your views, and expand your living spaces. We designed around them to show how we envision using Andersen Big Doors in our projects. And since spring is around the corner, these spaces give great ideas on how to style your outdoor living space. We linked all our sources, so take a peek and recreate the look in your own home!
CASUAL INDOOR — WEILAND CORNER DOOR WITH POCKET
We like our designs to feel crisp, and the clean profile of the Andersen doors mimic the clean modern lines of the design. In this casual space, we decided to complement nature with layers of organic textures and neutral colors. We grounded the airy space with a black and white flat-weave wool rug and a dark wood coffee table. We added warmth with this clean-lined channeled saddle leather sofa and wooden side table.
A modern metal chair adds contrast with matte black and bright white and rounds out the seating. We finished the space with a few styling accents that add texture. We chose a black boucle lumbar pillows, an incredible black fringe leather pillow, a white ceramic vase, and a black reed diffuser for a warm scent. It’s a space meant to invite guests to get comfortable and enjoy the view.
CASUAL OUTDOOR — WEILAND CORNER DOOR WITH POCKET
In this corresponding outdoor living space, we chose different patterns and textures to make the outdoor space feel unique, but stuck to organic neutrals that would seamlessly blend with the indoor living room. An outdoor black and white flat-weave rug plays with the indoor stripe rug, while these amazing wood and woven chairs mimic the warmth of sofa. The aggregate stone coffee table is a statement piece that invites guests to gather round. The Weiland door creates an open easy flow, and we can see guests carrying on conversations between the two spaces or easily moving chairs in and out for comfortable chatting.
KITCHENETTE AND DINING — MULTIGLIDE SLIDING GLASS DOOR
Between the kitchenette and Luxe Outdoor Living Space we used a black aluminum MultiGlide door. We chose a black frame because it is a trend we love. The dark metal in our plan adds contrast to the light and airy space and creates a little modern edge. The black door also frames the outdoors and makes the view feel like a piece of art.
We paired our door with a black on black counter and cabinetry combo that creates a lux look. We used Benjamin Moore’s Universal Black for the cabinets and Black Soapstone counters in a honed/leather finish with a 3″ mitered edge. These brass edge pulls add the perfect hint of shine and complement the clean modern profile of the kitchenette. Brass pendant lighting, warm woods, and linen upholstery soften the dark lines and with warmth. We love the unique shape of this pedestal table and how these modern classic chairs fit clean lines of the space without feeling stark.
LUXE OUTDOOR — MULTIGLIDE SLIDING GLASS DOOR
The large sliding glass MultiGlide door blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor. Open up the large Andersen doors and this space feels like a living room. We stuck to a black and white pallet with wood accents for warmth. An upholstered sectional and matching club chairs elevate the look, while a black and white rope rug grounds the space and adds a soft step.
The wood coffee table is so pretty and adds warmth (similar here, here, and here). We always style our outdoor spaces with pillows and throws to create an inviting vibe. For fun patterned black and white pillows see here, here, here and here. An effortless potted jade plant on the table adds a vibrant pop of green.
These Andersen doors are beautiful and are the perfect complement to my designs for the modern, entertaining lifestyle. To see how pretty they look in real life, visit the show today! For more info on the Big Doors in Andersen’s Architectural Collection, visit their site here and read this post full of window and door inspirations.
Thank you to Andersen for reaching out! Such a fun collaboration. Hope it gave you all lots of ideas.
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