10 Crazy-Awesome Things to Put in Your House Now Because Why Not

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Have you reached peak boredom yet? We're getting there. Which means we're desperately searching for ways to keep our families happy, creative, and entertained during these weird, weird times. Here are some great additions to your home (and backyard) that should enhance your shut-in lives in a myriad of ways. Because why not!1.


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1. Gymax 8 FT Trampoline Combo Bounce Jump Safety Enclosure, $347.99

A workout for you — and a distraction for the kids.


2. Cuisinart Pure Indulgence 2 Qt. Ice Cream Maker, $99.99

Who knows — this could be the beginning of your ice cream empire.


3. Janome Basic 10-Stitch Graceful Sewing Machine, $54.02

Use it to learn how to sew your own face masks, or create a whole new wardrobe — your call!


4. Ooni 3 Portable Wood-Fired Outdoor Pizza Oven, $199

Warmer temps are coming. Get outside and get creative with your dinners with this wood-fired pizza oven.


5. Joola Midsize Table Tennis Table with Net Set, $199.99

No reason why you can't turn your dining room into a ping-pong court, right?


6. Singing Machine Groove Cube Hype, $79.99

You've already watched all the best stuff on Netflix — why not turn evenings into your own personal karaoke club?


7. Project 62 Wood Fire Burning Pit, $104

If you've got a backyard, bring your cocktail hours outside. Better yet, bring dinner fireside — try roasting hot dogs and s'mores to pretend like you're camping.


8. Yamaha P-45LXB Digital Piano with Stand and Bench Black, $629.97

Now's the time to hone your skills. With this digital piano, you or your kids can embrace your inner Mozarts (and do it with headphones when it gets to be too much).


9. GoSports Standard Croquet Set - 28" Mallets for Kids & Adults, $45.98

Whip up a batch of quarantinis, don some all-white clothing, and pretend you're a character from The Great Gatsby.


10. Echelon Smart Connect Bike, $65/month

This exercise bike, with its instructor-led video rides, is what's saving our Commerce Editor from losing her mind in quarantine.


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