6 Ways to Make Your Home More Fun

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If you know me, then you know that I love a good time! Good vibes, positivity, and fun are what I’m all about and if your home isn’t fun, then it can bring down your mood. The opposite is true, too. If your home is fun, it can help make your mood more fun and positive. So, if you need a little boost, here are 6 ways to make your home more fun:

Create a game room

If you know me, then you know that I love a good time! Good vibes, positivity, and fun are what I’m all about and if your home isn’t fun, then it can bring down your mood. The opposite is true, too. If your home is fun, it can help make your mood more fun and positive. So, if you need a little boost, here are 6 ways to make your home more fun:

Add a fun accent wall

Sometimes, even the most colorful of rooms need some texture. That’s why adding an accent wall is a huge hit with some – and it’s super fun! If you need some inspo, think of Faux Brickwork. Based out of Clearwater, Florida, Faux Brickwork is committed to providing exceptional and authentic looking brickwork, without the need for expensive and timely work. Amazing! Their high quality materials make it easy and affordable to create a fun atmosphere for your home or work. I am really loving their London Stock – Raw Brick, but the great thing about Faux Brickwork is that if you do not see exactly what you are looking for, they have a comprehensive design service for custom designs. All of their faux brick wall panels are affordable, easy to install (like I mentioned), and they will add a fun vibe to any room!

A treehouse

How about a fun, designer-like treehouse? Think of your older version treehouse, but larger, more extravagant, and custom-built to include everything and anything you like. Some homeowners are building them as home offices or private spaces for the parents. When built for the kids, there are many creative gadgets you can add to provide hours of fun. These can also come with electricity, Wi-Fi, and smart devices. Pretty cool, right?

A rock climbing wall

And here’s another fun idea: why not add a rock climbing wall on the side of said treehouse?! There’s no point in spending money going to local places when you have an option of building your own wall. This is a great way to get some exercise, but it will also be a huge hit with your friends, family, neighborhood kids, and future homebuyers. When it comes to hosting summer parties, you’re sure to have a full house.

Create an outdoor space

Building an outdoor space will not only be great for resale value, but it will also give you a place to relax, enjoy the beautiful weather, and have fun. More and more, we are learning that the inside of our homes are pretty toxic, so people are trying to spend a lot of time outside. You could build a pergola, or a deck, look into luxury grills, heaters, and furniture, as well. Once it is all finished, I think you will be so thrilled that you invested in your outdoor space because it can bring you tons of fun!

Add in color

One aspect of taking care of our homes is updating paint colors, but this could also be a really fun way to brighten up your home, or a specific room. A good coat of fresh paint can do a lot to a room or whole house, even. This not only makes you have a fresh look, it helps that room feel more clean, and smell fresh (don’t ask me why, ha!). While this is a small investment financially and work wise, it is a great place to start investing into your house, one wall at a time. Plus, adding in your favorite colors is a great way to make your house your own, showing off your creativity, and making it fun, spunky, or calming. Whatever you choose!

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