Published at Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 - 09:32:42 AM. Game Room Decor. By Florian Baschet.
When you bought your house, you probably knew right away which room was going to be the game room. But that was when the room was empty! Now you may be wondering exactly how you go about decorating this room to make it fun but not cluttered. You do not have to be overwhelmed by this task. In fact, there are many options available now to make your game room the favorite place in the house! The first thing to do when planning your game room is to decide on a theme. If you have a favorite team, you may want to center your room on that theme. Or you may just want to plan a room based on a certain sport. You can also choose a generic game theme, focusing on different games that your family loves to play. The best thing about decorating a game room is that you can make it as fun and quirky as you want.
You will also want some shelves or cupboards where you can store the smaller games that you are going to have in your games room, as well as for the accessories that accompany the larger games. Other furniture in the room should be selected to suit the room's purpose. If you want to spend time relaxing in comfort, then include some comfy seating. Many adults, especially if they are going to use the room for entertaining, would also choose to install a bar, or perhaps you could even install a small kitchen, with a sink, refrigerator, microwave and toaster oven, for those quick snacks. Music is likely to be needed in your games room, so set aside an area for your stereo and CDs. Also consider whether you want to include other entertainment systems, such as television, video games and so on. When it comes to decorating the family games room, again use the room's purpose as your theme.
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