Keep the conversation casual and intimate by hosting game night for family and friends at the coffee table. Lay out an assortment of cards and creative games and serve chips, dip and crackers in simple vessels. For an artisanal touch, try serving beer in clear glass vessels and keep glasses within armâ€™s reach to make self-serving easy.
Built-in bookcases provide open storage, as well as hidden organization in sleek drawers below. The glass round table is paired with contemporary roller chairs for a game area or dining spot that overlooks beautiful views of San Diego.
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.
The best seats in the house are yours in this boy's bedroom with its wall-filling mural putting you right in the thick of game night excitement. A large mural like this one can be a great way to open up a smaller space.
Give the old leather recliner an upgrade by transitioning to this gorgeous gray leather sectional. A matching ottoman offers equal kick-back potential and the whole thing is perfectly positioned to take in game night or the latest flick.
This intimate dining room is situated just off the kitchen and near the wet bar so friends and family can use it for casual meals and game nights. The space is distinguished by columns at each corner that support a decorative ceiling niche. The home has a larger formal dining room, as well.
A black modern chandelier, glass table and eclectic collection of artwork create a distinctive look in this sophisticated, gray dining room. Here, the dining table acts as both a place for meals and a place for game nights.
As seen on HGTV's Design on a Dime, this vibrant space packs multiple uses into one small living room. A green table offers a spot for family game night, while the brightly-colored ottoman doubles as a coffee table. Orange and green accents tie the space together.