By Henri Levett. Game Room Decor. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 09:25:45 AM.
Game room décor means something different to each individual, and for good reason. Some people use their game-room for sports related activities like watching football, playing pool and darts, and maybe some fooze ball too. While others tend to lean more toward an artsy game-room with easels, board games, reading books and coloring books. Then there are those that are somewhere in between, especially when there are members of the family with different interests. With that said, there is definitely game room art available on the Internet that should suit the needs of everyone.
You can decorate your walls with prints and posters. They can be different themes of your choosing. You can also decorate with tin signs. The ones for the early 1900s era are some of the best ones, along with the old fashioned sodas. You can probably find some of these vintage items on eBay as well. There are also Norman Rockwell prints available if that's what you like. There are so many ideas that you can do to decorate your game room, it's unbelievable. The fun part about this is you don't have to keep the decor up forever. When you're ready for a change, you can remove those and replace them with something else. Besides, you may get tired of seeing the same thing on your walls year after year. One of main things about doing this is that you don't have to overdo it. A few pieces of different items will work just fine. You don't want the game room to look cluttered. If you're not decorator savvy, you may want to enlist the services of someone that has some expertise in decorating game rooms. You want your game room to look nice and stand out. You will be pleased with what you can do when you jazz it up a bit.
You can also place a mini bar in one side of the rec room with a couple of bar stools. Place a small gum machine on the bar, or a table top popcorn machine. Behind the bar, you can have a vintage coke cooler or small bar fridge to cool beer or wine. Hang a mirror or wine themed canvas prints behind the bar. A game room will never be complete without a wide screen TV with a cable connection. You and your friends can watch sports shows on TV while having some drinks and playing a game of pool. Other essentials are a sound system, solid speakers with surround sound, a CD and DVD player. If you and your friends play poker, then a poker table in one corner would be a great addition. Place comfortable chairs and a couch facing the wide screen TV. Use fluffy and soft throw pillows for the couch and don't forget a plush area rug in that part of the rec room.
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.
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