Home & House Interior Designs — April 16, 2011 at 6:38 pm

Interior Design For A Game Room

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Game Room

Game Room

A game room gives a designer an opportunity to express himself and show his originality, since it gives so much scope for colors and themes. A game room is meant to be colorful, bright, spacious, and imprinted permanently with a happy atmosphere. It is a room meant to have fun in, and that is what the designer over here has ensured.

He or she has focused on the placement of the game tables rather than on simpler things like the floor. But the simplicity of the floor makes it all the more attractive, mainly because of its color. The color is a sandstone beige- smooth, pleasant, and placed with very large tiles.

The large tiles emphasize how spacious the room is. There’s even a desk with small stool alongside it to store things like papers, or score cards possibly. The walls of the room are white, and are filled with colorful paintings and pictures. Painting and pictures hung on walls are a vital part of this design, because they make it look fun and quirky. It takes a lot for a designer to take a risk and attempt to make a room look different and homely, and I feel this risk has paid off, because it makes the room more appealing.

Put people in this room, and you’ll instantly understand what it means to be engrossed in having fun. Ever wanted to bring your co-workers home for a fun day? Maybe forget about the work for a single day? This is the way to do it. A pool table, foosball and air hockey all combine to extract a lovely atmosphere and homely ambience.

The simple colors used in this room- beige and white, and the good idea of using pictures on the walls to make it look homely, concentrate the classiness of this room. It doesn’t have a wild quality, to be sure. It isn’t the sort of room where you get drunk on fun. It is the sort of classy, smoothly designed room where you can have a pleasant and enjoyable time in.

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