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Tuesday 13 October 2020

How to Make Your Garden Fun For All the Family

If you’re going to spend a significant amount of time, energy, and money on your property, then you’ll want to ensure that it’s as cosy, well-decorated, and as fun as possible. Most people are good at taking care of the first two things, but fun? That’s something that’s easy to overlook. However, it’s well worth making the effort. Having a home that allows you to have a good time will ensure you create plenty of fun memories with your loved ones! One of the best ways to improve your home’s fun-factor is to focus on the garden, which is often an underrated and overlooked area of the home. In this blog, we’re going to look at a few key tips for ensuring this part of your property is as fun as can be.

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Make it Presentable

You can focus on making your garden fun, but if it’s not presentable, then you probably won’t enjoy it as much as you could do. So before you do anything, look at getting the space into shape. This can involve clearing any old debris that’s in your garden, and adding a few plants and other features. You’ll find that you’re much more willing to spend long days in your garden if it looks the part. You could also consider adding a water feature, which always helps to take a garden to the next level.

Private Space

Another thing to think about is your garden’s privacy factor. You can make your garden presentable and fun, but if you’re forever wondering if your neighbours are looking into your yard, then you won’t be able to fully relax. So look at making the space more private. There are multiple ways to do this. For example, adding a high fence or hedge, planting trees, and adding a covering will all help.

Summer Afternoons

Now that the space is in order, let’s think about adding the fun. One of the best ways to do this is to add comfortable seating, tables, and a BBQ. With just those three things, you’ll be able to enjoy many afternoons of fun, both by yourself and with your family and friends. To take the comfort factor to the next level, look at adding a hammock: it’s a game-changer.

Bringing the Fun

While you might be happy to have fun by simply unwinding in the sunshine, that’s unlikely to fully satisfy your children. So make sure you’re making your yard fun for them, too. There are plenty of ways to do this! If they’re football fanatics, then you could add a football goal and ball. If they love to simply play around, then something like a Springfree Trampoline would be perfect. In truth, while you can say that these things are for the kids, in reality, you’ll probably end up playing with them too!

All the Year Round

You’ll get the most use from your garden during spring and summer, but if you add a fire pit, you can also have good times during the colder months too. Invest in a good one, or even consider making one yourself. 

K Elizabeth xoxox

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