In the billiard area, designers created a masculine design by using a dark-neutral color palette to anchor the space. They brought in a modern pool table with traditional green felt, and they created built-in storage for the homeowners pool cues. They also added custom, built-in bookshelves to showcase the homeowner's book collection.
If the brightest white is not desirable or appropriate to your particular project, tone it down a few notches. This modern, warm brown billiards and bar area creates a cozy space for family and friends.
What bachelor pad would be complete without a spot for games and drinks? In this recreation room off the hall, designer Raegan Ford used a pool table and wine rack to give her client space to relax, and then added leather barstools and a modern blue rug to make the design feel a little luxe.
To serve the family's entertaining needs, designers added a walk-up bar in the billiard area. In the corner of the space, a rustic, elegant wine rack displays refreshment choices, while a mini-fridge, sink and storage spaces make this small bar area complete and accessible.
In the billiard area, the built in shelves to double duty. Not only do they provide a place for the homeowner to display books and other prized possessions, they open to reveal extra storage, which helps to keep the space organized and neat.
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 billiards room ties together classic design elements, like the black-and-white checkered floor, with Balinese design influences found throughout the rest of this British Virgin Islands home. Plaid armchairs are paired with tropical-themed couches, while rattan stools line a small bar area, providing plenty of room for entertaining guests.