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Game Room Décor: Fun filled Ideas

In the past, game rooms were considered to be a luxurious addition to your home and those that were present had usually a billiards corner and of course a couch to relax in. And mostly they were put up at the basement area. But with recent advancements in technology the game room is geared up with the latest in electronic science. You can see a big LCD TV, play stations and audio systems that sport all Hi-Fi features. Though space constraint has pushed the old billiard table out, you can still see them in a few households.

What is a game room?

A game room is where you meet up with friends and also this is where the family comes together probably on weekends to play a game or two. You can set up a table to play chess or cards. There are soccer and air hockey tables too. These do not take up much space like the billiards. A jukebox can also be put in if you can afford it. These liven up the room and help you spend the day having fun.

So how do you decorate the game room?

What colors are good for the game room? Here are some useful tips that you may want to employ in decorating your game room. 

The importance of color:

Color is the first consideration. Stick to bright colors like green, orange or yellow. Never do up the room in dark shades. Dark colors give a dull appearance and who wants a game room to be dull? But don’t go overboard with the light colors, especially orange. Try to get a light and fun filled atmosphere to the room. You can highlight the color with cool borders which have pictures of tables, balls, bats and even cards. This will make the room animated and bubbly.

If you have enough space for it, you can try dividing the room into two distinct areas, one for the board tables and one where you can watch the TV or where the kids can play video games. An interesting option is connecting all this to a home theater, to enhance the fun experience. This way you can have the whole family engaged and having fun, without one encroaching upon the space of the other. A jukebox is a welcome addition if you can afford it. A stereo and a karaoke unit will add fun and bring joy to you and your kids. 

An Art piece: 

It will settle a good atmosphere if you can get a good art piece or painting and hang it in every corner of your game room. However, if you find it expensive getting one, you can settle for a picture frame instead. You can scan your collections of magazine or posters old your favorite athlete or even movie poster. Just cut those and frame it. It will settle a modern atmosphere if you can get those latest posters from your collection. It is also cool if you can hang in one of the corners a bow and an arrow or even your old toy gun. You can also place a big wall clock or get a digital one so your room will look modern. And again, your dart board should not be absent.

A Bar area:

Small kitchen is good but a bar area is even great. If your budget still allows you to, this will set your game room into a perfect one-stop entertainment area. Place that mini fridge and stocks some root beer, soft drinks or juice for your girl friends and minors. Just place around a bar stools around. You can also place a flat screen television so you can watch you favorite show with friends or add a radio component if you love music.

A different option: classic and bustling themed game room

You have been infatuated by a game room with a classical and boisterous theme like those seen in the 1920’s. But you don’t want your game room to appear antique so you want to incorporate some modern twists so your room will still appear modern-looking while bringing you your desired 20’s feel.

If that is the case, you could try some of our home game room design ideas that will never run out of the thrill of the modern feel of the 20’s classical designs. Why you have to waste time on the neighborhood bar when you can have it right at your home? What you have to do is only to get that home game room space of yours ready for an instant makeover.

The over-all theme. First to put into consideration when thinking of your home game room design is the overall theme. 20’s classic is about brittle and bold colors. But be sure that the strong colors you are using should appear clean and “in” so you can still have your modern feel. Bold red or vivid green are some of the best options. You can also add some more basic lines or geometrical figures so your room will not appear bold boring. For the flooring, 20’s design is best achieved when you used floor tiles. There are wide selections of tiles in the neighboring hardware stores but make sure that you get the color that are equally bold to give you a consistent match with your theme. Vinyl tiles with geometric audacious designs would be a good choice. Black and white vinyl tiles that will make a check board pattern will give you the best home game room flooring. For your ceiling, just play with the color of your choice. For your lighting, hang a chandelier.

Conclusion

Having your home game room design is not a rigid illusion. What you have to get is only a pair of resourcefulness and creativity to do it.

You can invite your friends over and get their help in decorating the room. With the family members and friends joining in the whole idea of decorating the game room will indeed be a fun filled and exhilarating one!

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Nilda Nora


I love writing about interior design. I am in love with achieving harmony at home to improve the well-being of my family. I usually write for the "Visitacasas" blog, both in Spanish and English, and personally answer the questions about home decoration of all our users.

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