open into

open into (something)

1. To lead into some larger place or thing. The narrow ravine opens into a huge, lush valley. The patio opens into a large courtyard shared by the various residents of the building.
2. To lead into some larger or different topic or subject of conversation. The debate about tax reform opened into a discussion about what else could be done to curb the national deficit.
See also: open

open into something

to open inward to something. The passageway opened into a dining room. Our kitchen opens into a bright breakfast nook.
See also: open