Fun & Festivity: Creating Unique Social Spaces In Your Home

Fun & Festivity:  Creating Unique Social Spaces In Your Home

One of the most important parts of any home its is social spaces, areas where friends and family gather to talk, eat, drink and laugh.  These are the places most conducive to conversation, whether it’s for a large group or something smaller and more intimate, such as between couples.  It’s also the place where lasting memories are born, sites full of warmth and fun and celebration.

Though these central meeting places don’t have to be huge, it’s imperative that they promote discussion and festivity.  Here are some of the most unique social spaces Renopedia has to offer.

1) Full Entertainment Experience

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(Interior Design, Home Renovation Image Source: Luxespace Interior)

While not everyone has room for a bar and pool table, those who do should consider the option.  And why not?  Many people go to bars and billiard clubs to have fun, and this example simply brings that incredible outside experience inside.

Conversations on the lounge chair, casual drinks over a stool, or weekend billiards tournaments with your friends—the possibilities are amazing!

2) Bright & Bouncy

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If you don’t care for pool or making your home into a part-time bar, then perhaps this next interior is better suited to your tastes?

The presence of a large table surrounded by several bright chairs makes this setup ideal for chitchat.

Perfect for having friends over on weekend breakfast or brunch socials, the clean, vibrant look encourages pleasant exchanges, gossip or even card games.

3) Wonderful Views

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Sometimes there’s nothing like a good view to either inspire conversation or provide a pleasant distraction.  This example is quite unique for a number of reasons: there’s only two chairs, indicating the space is for intimacy and romance rather than large gatherings.  It’s also a nice quiet place for an early morning breakfast or a romantic, candlelight dinner (just imagine gazing out those windows and seeing the city lights twinkle at night, or the cool silver glow of a full moon).

Perhaps strangest of all, the chairs we see above aren’t in a room or balcony, but in a narrow hallway.  It’s this sense of confinement that makes the area so receptive to romance.

4) Prim & Proper

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What better place for intellectual and philosophical conversation than a Victorian home?

Whether you’re getting together with close friends, holding a book club meet, or inviting neighbourhood socialites for a tea party, this home has the sophisticated look needed for all such things and more.

5) Can I Take Your Order?

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This interior combines elements of a bar and good ol’ fashioned diner into one.

The use of wooden stools, a small counter-top and vintage pendant lamps conjures up images of 20th century American diners, a throwback feel that’s perfect for a bunch of friends who want to gather on weekends for a light conversation.  And since the counter-top is too small for whole meals, its main purpose seems to be for snacks and beverages.

 6) Hanging Around

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Given the absence of TVs, computers, radios and any other piece of furniture except chairs, this space is intended only for one thing: socializing.  There’s almost no visual distraction or clutter, and since all three chairs are facing each other the objective of casual conversation becomes apparent.

Plus, the presence of a hanging chair hints at a more carefree and relaxed atmosphere than the Victorian interior from before.

7) Public Spaces Made Private

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(Interior Design, Home Renovation Image Source: Project Guru)

At first glance it’s easy to mistake this interior for a restaurant setting.  We have four chairs, menu cards, cafe-style lighting, and a brick wall and glass enclosure that makes it feel like we’re staring into the windows of some eatery.

This place is perfect for getting together with friends and loved ones, eating grilled sandwiches, drinking coffee or pop, and having an all-around good time.  Fun, relaxed and cool—what more could you ask for in a social space?

All of the examples we’ve seen have something unique to offer. Their style creates an environment that naturally induces communication along with a festive atmosphere, leading to hours of laughter and unforgettable memories.

So why wait?  Create your own social space now and turn your home into a center of fun and entertainment.

 

 

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