A basement gaming room features Chesterfield leather furniture for a comfortable seating area, a bar area and a billiards table. In the back corner, a small table with club chairs is set up for card or board games.
This traditional basement features built-in cabinetry to showcase sports memorabilia. Nearby, a wet bar is the perfect spot for entertaining guests and grabbing snacks while playing foosball and other games.
During construction, the design team decided to leave a portion of the raw concrete foundation wall exposed in the game room. The homeowner was attached to his pool table, despite it not really going with the modern aesthetic, so it was re-felted in black to blend better.
This fun and functional basement features a wall of pinball machines, an old-fashioned Coca-Cola machine and loads of other whimsical, playful touches. A pair of red leather chairs creates a cozy seating area near the entry.
A curved soffit defines the full-service wet bar in this basement game room. A poker table fills out a nearby corner, and vintage pieces like an old-fashioned wall phone add whimsy throughout the space.
A finished basement serves as a game room, bar and extra living room. Recessed lights brighten the windowless space while pops of orange add color and cheer. The stacked stone bar counter and accent wall provide unique texture and warmth.
This home was designed by Rich Graves of Altius Design and Barb Cooke of Cooke Interiors Studios, and it features a generous floor plan with 3 levels. Inside, guests will find an open kitchen, dining space, living room, wine cellar, game room and wet bar. In other words? There's no lack of space to bring people together!
The design in the game room is a more masculine one, with darker tones and a rustically modern pool table. A wine cellar, customized with a sliding glass and steel door, houses the homeowners' collection of premier Crus. On the adjacent wall, framed album covers are hung to commemorate the homeowners' favorite music, giving the space a personal touch.