A custom-made table can expand and retract as needed to reveal various board games and has four stools tucked underneath, just waiting for family and friends to use during game night, as seen on Cousins Undercover.
This upstairs entertainment room is perfect for the whole family to for movies or game play. A row a built-in shelves cuts down on clutter with easy storage and organization for board game, books and toys while also providing an out-of-the-way space for a television. There's also plenty of seating from the plush sectional to cozy red armchair.
By picking up a small wooden dresser at a flea market, then removing its central drawers with a reciprocating saw, three open shelves were created for housing board games and books. To give the dresser an updated look, its exterior was sprayed with glossy coral paint, while the interior was sprayed matte white.
By picking up a small wooden dresser at a flea market, then removing its central drawers with a reciprocating saw, three open shelves were created for housing board games and books. To give the dresser an updated look, its exterior was sprayed with glossy coral paint, the interior was sprayed matte white and gold rabbit head hardware was installed.
This neutral, traditional game room is playful and functional, with a comfortable seating area situated for TV viewing, as well as a game/dining table that takes advantage of a spacious window bay. A striped rug and colorful accents bring a fun vibe to the space. Meanwhile, the coffee table features storage that keeps board games at the ready.
In a tight space you need to exhaust all storage possibilities. If you’re looking to store kid stuff, get down on their level, then scout the space for opportunities. For example, low shelves under a dining table or console can provide an ideal spot for board games, books or that dump truck you keep stumbling over.
Utility is the name of the game in this neutral laundry room. A stainless steel utility sink, sewing machine nook and a murphy-style ironing board create separate stations around the room, while white cabinetry offers storage throughout.
Three long, wooden floating shelves line the kitchen area of the game room and are gorgeously curated with contemporary design pieces that are illuminated with under-shelf lighting. Below, walnut cabinetry provides plenty of storage space for snacks and board games.
Chevron and metallic storage bins are perfect for stowing games, books and art supplies while keeping the bookshelf orderly in this neutral eclectic girl's playroom. Meanwhile, a large bulletin board proudly displays invitations and keepsakes.
In this redesigned walk-through by designer Anna Willliams, the white built-in bookcase and cabinetry consolidate storage for the entire family. The floor-to ceiling custom unit displays books, decorative touches and photographs on its open shelves, and the closed storage underneath houses board games, toys and other paraphernalia.
This playhouse structure is clad inside and out with rough-sawn spruce boards, which are naturally weather resistant, making it good for the family and the environment. Storage cubbies offer easy access spaces for toys and games, while a chalkboard wall encourages drawing and writing. A blue racer rocker, made of recycled milk bottles, offers fun yet durable seating. A ladder leads to the second floor loft area where twin skylights provide daylighting and the ability to follow the evening stars with the telescope.
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.
The two graphic print armchairs in this comfortable family room are on a swivel base, making it easy for occupants to join in on conversations or the big game on the flatscreen tv. The large green ottoman has a hidden storage unit inside, perfect for blankets or board games.
Kids and adults alike can enjoy time in this neutral cottage sitting room. Storage for toys and games is ample in the dark wood armoire. Bead board walls, a rattan sofa with washable cushions, hardwoods and chipped furniture make the space a durable playroom for kids but stylistically mature for adults since it has to serve dual purposes.
When space is at a premium in an open floor plan, consider what kind of activities you’ll use the dining space for beyond eating and entertaining. This smart set up includes some shelf space under the table while storage ottomans serve as compact, multi-functional seating allowing easy access to board games and books.