By Henri Levett. Game Room Decor. Published at Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 09:39:35 AM.
Arcade style games - Great for nostalgia an old style arcade game like Space Invaders or Pacman, the same size as the original stand up versions you would have found in a pub. If you really want to splash out try a pinball machine an ageless classic still popular today. Another great decor finish is a jukebox loaded with your favorite music and some popular tracks for those who don't share your taste in music. Sound and vision - Games rooms are great for watching sport and today the range of screens and sound systems is huge. You have various options including a projector screen or a large plasma TV that can be wall or ceiling mounted to give everyone a great view. Most of these have good quality speakers but you can further enhance your viewing experience by fitting a home theater system. The best way to avoid extra cost or choosing the wrong things is to take your time planning the room and look around at all the options that are available as listed above are only a few.
The purpose of the room, basically, is fun and relaxation, so try to fit this theme. Choose colors and pictures, for example, which are not too garish, if you want to feel relaxed, or bright and fun for a playful feel. You might even be able to find pictures or posters with a games theme on them, to add to your theme. If you want a specific theme for your games room, how about sport, casino, traditional, or even retro. For retro, try including a juke box and 'Happy Days' posters. For casino, maybe you could get hold of your own slot machine! Don't forget the floor of the room. Comfort should also extend to the floor. A plush, thick area rug can be an excellent addition to any family room. It makes for a great area for the family to sit around for a few rambunctious board games or card games- Think scrabble, monopoly and rummy.
If you've decided to create and design a game room for recreation and relaxation then you've got to have the best gaming supplies out there. There are so many options so take your time sifting through it all. Furnishing a recreation room certainly isn't cheap so be prepared to throw down some cash for the perfect game room. Follow my tips and the selection process will be a lot easier. First you've got to consider the main, larger equipment that you want for your recreation room. Depending on the size of your space, the options are really endless. Consider what you and your family would enjoy the most. In general, classics like pinball machines, air hockey tables, pool tables and arcades games will definitely be people pleasers. If you're limited on space, you may want to consider investing in a multi-purpose game table. In most cases it will work as a ping pong table, pool table and air hockey table.
Decorating a family room is very easy. Framed family photos add a nice touch and are great conversation starters when you have guests visiting. Also, neatly placing books on your coffee or end tables will provide reading material when you want to turn the television off, and have a quiet place for reading. And, add a few throws or afghans, not only to add color, but to warm up and relax while watching a movie or reading a good book! And, if you decide to serve food in your family area, having snack tables or serving trays with stands will not only keep the food off of your nice furniture, but are very easy to clean up. And most of these trays with stands can be folded and conveniently stored away. Using these ideas will create a family room designed for a large group of people to entertain, for a few to gather and have conversation, or for one just to kick back and relax with a good book. Whatever the purpose, make it a multi functional space that is comfortable and includes your own personal style.
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