Published at Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 - 11:43:24 AM. Game Room Decor. By Ludovic Joguet.
If you have the space, it's a great idea to create a family games room in your home. It helps to keep the family together, in a spirit of fun and relaxation, and it's also a space you might want to invite your guests to enjoy with you. A games room is an excellent place to unwind after the stress of your working day, so tear yourself away from the television, and start playing games! Of course the first thing you are going to think of when you think of setting up your games room will be the games that you are going to play. Amongst the most popular are a pool or ping pong table, and a card table is also worth including, especially if it's one which you can also use for playing board games or doing jigsaws. Maybe include some classic arcade games, or a foosball or air hockey table. You could even put up a dartboard on the wall.
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.
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