What was once a boring basement is now a cozy man cave, perfect for card games and casual entertaining. A contemporary black dining set and a series of framed prints by Michael Kungl create a relaxed atmosphere.
This living room features custom wood paneling in front of which hangs a large painting. Elegant furnishings complete the main seating area and surround the antique game table where occupants can enjoy a leisurely game of cards, dominoes or backgammon.
This Louis XVI game table saddles up to elegantly draped windows in a French country living room. An upholstered chair creates the perfect conversation area in the corner, while distressed paneling adds to timeworn charm of the space.
The middle of this table custom made by cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri opens and closes for storage and game pieces. Four wooden storage stools tuck beneath the table when not in use and open up to reveal extra storage.
A tiled black and white fireplace provides the perfect backdrop to this transitional living room. Gather around the table with friends and family to play a game of your choice, keeping warm and cozy on those cooler nights.
This lovely sitting room is a perfect balance of contrasts: Darker, heavier elements like the bookshelf and wood floor are lifted by the lightness of the chandelier, arched window and the ghost chairs.
A walnut game table from Panache also functions as a dining table in this multipurpose family room. The table is lit by the Madeline pendant from Paul Ferrante. The chairs from Randall Tysinger Antiques are English Jacobean style with their original leather upholstery intact.
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.
Time for fun! This basement playroom is chock-full of color, texture and pattern. A long blue stripe on the side wall elongates the room even further and creates a simple counterpart to the busy gallery wall opposite it. Large white tables can be cleared of accessories and provide plenty of surface space for games, puzzles, drawing and more.