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At this beach house, the weathered tones of the outdoor bar blend nicely with the siding on the house as well as the concrete counters inside. Matching brackets under the eaves and the bar help tie the look together. Even the trim on the accordion-fold window matches the trim on the kitchen windows inside.Both indoor and outdoor counters were designed to sit flush. The track for the accordion-fold window is recessed to sit below the plane of the counters and not interfere with the flow. You don’t need a lot of space to get a serving-counter effect. This small bar extension makes it easy to pass the chips, salsa and beverages to the deck after a long day of surfing. It may be small, but it’s still ideal for relaxing — and keeping swimmers from tracking sand inside.While most of the counters shown are matched with bi-fold or accordion-fold windows, in this case there isn’t enough room. A standard double-hung window works equally well. An advantage with both double-hung windows and the two windows shown below is that you don’t have to worry about someone walking into them when they’re open.