Published at Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 - 07:45:22 AM. Game Room Decor. By Ninon Sartre.
Looking for decor to match and blend in with your game room can be a task in itself. However, you want it to be a place where people will be excited to come to and not want to leave. In fact, every game room should have décor that will bring it to life. Whether you want a theme decor or just some nick-knacks to spice it up a bit, there are many ideas you can choose from. Think about the size of your game room. That will determine how much you will be able to do in there. Some suggestions to spice it up include neon pictures, neon signage, vintage signage and posters, clocks and mirrors. If you're looking for a clock, you may want to look at clocks with a specific theme. There are sports clocks, fishing clocks and car clocks. Of course, there are billiard clocks and bar room clocks to choose from. You have your choice of choosing what kind of clock you think will blend in with your game room. On eBay, you will probably find some that you can't find anywhere else.
However, the flat screen television has become more popular, especially since it doesn't take up so much space. A lot of homes have the flat screen television mounted to the wall, especially over the fireplace as the focal point of the room. You can even purchase different style frames for your flat screen television for added decor. In this case, when the television is mounted to the wall, separate storage pieces can be used for your movies and such. DVD/CD racks, or shelves which mount to or lean on the wall are great options for storage. But don't get too wrapped up in trying to make your television or media center the focal point in your family room. It isn't really necessary. Really, almost everyone has a television now, so why make it your focal point when it really isn't a special piece? It isn't the focal point in my family room. I just prefer to have a nice ornate mirror or large framed photos above my couch, with decorative candle sconces on each side. Having decorative lamps on end tables that are on each side of the couch help pull together the focal point. Large figures or statues, or large vases with artificial floral or bamboo stems can be used at one end of your sofa instead of having lamps at each end.
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