Green patterned wallpaper frames the narrow horizontal windows in this sophisticated game room. Hardwood flooring expands the length of the room from the shuffle board, air hockey and poker table to the wall mounted TV.
Encourage conversation and mingling by setting up an activity for your guests. This New Year's resolution game is inspired by the holiday "white elephant" gift exchange. To set up, create a backdrop using foam or cork boards and pin up instructions. Make note cards using silver cardstock and snowflake cutouts. The striped envelopes are an easy cut-and-fold DIY using leftover holiday wrapping paper.
This basement playroom is an homage to childhood, with a colorful jukebox, board game wall art and an old-fashioned candy dispenser. Bright red club chairs complete the mix, creating a fun, livable space that's filled with whimsy.
Rocking chairs, a blue metal bench and an armchair offer varied seating options on this porch. The seating area centers around a coffee table perfect for playing board games on, with fun wall decor adding personality to the space.
This periwinkle girls' room features cabinets painted with chalkboard paint making them fun and practical. While the cabinets are used primarily as book storage, pink plastic bins below serve as open storage for classic board games and plush toys.
Full of rainbow colors, this playroom's bright style sparks the imagination at any age! A long built-in desk is ready-made for art projects and homework. And a sectional invites curling up with a book or a board game.
From the rocket decal to the blue accent wall and abstract area rug, this kids' room is packed with playful personality. On the far left, a little closet with a porthole window doubles as a toy chest for board games and stuffed animals.
The window seat in the family room is a cozy nook of the room with a warm wood wall surround, colorful pillows and plush cushions. It's a great space for the family to gather around on a rainy day and play board games.
If kids are on the guest list, a few simple activities should keep them busy. Try setting up a kids-only area with board games, coloring pages and snacks — though don't be surprised if you catch a few adults getting in on the fun!