This bluestone patio is equally prepared to handle formal gatherings and family fun. A ping pong table sits in the middle of a wide open space between dining area and fireplace lounge. Bluestone pavers continue the look over to the pool.
The black walls of this contemporary game room help highlight the white architectural molding used throughout the space. A fireplace with white mantel and surround acts as a focal point for the room, and a white ping pong table is great for friendly games.
This contemporary maple and walnut dining table doubles as a regulation ping-pong table for an added element of fun in this dining room design. Matching wood chairs line the sides while contemporary yellow chairs sit at the ends. Mounted mirrors contribute to the sunny look of the room and fill open wall space without cluttering the design.
This beautiful walnut and maple dining table doubles as a regulation-sized ping-pong table making it perfect for entertaining before, during and after a meal. Contemporary end chairs add a change to the matching chairs lining the sides of the table. A modern starburst light fixture hangs from the coffered ceiling to add an artistic touch to the room.
Bright colors and bold patterns inspire creativity in this white, contemporary office. A ping pong table offers a fun spot to take a break and a large chalkboard wall allows for collaborative ideas to flow freely.
Oversized drawers and a clothing rack line the wall and offer convenient storage space in this transitional double-duty game and utility room. A Ping-Pong table sits nearby, with other assorted sport and recreational equipment within easy reach.
Relax and play in ultimate comfort in this game room designed in shades of teal. Large double doors open out onto an outdoor patio space while indoors has a Ping-Pong table and luxurious hanging daybeds on which to relax.
A sisal-style rug sections off this room's social and sleeping area, which nests adjacent to a fun playspace defined by a Ping-Pong table. Anchored into the ceiling, the twin beds in the living area are designed to gently sway as coastal breezes blow through the ground level space.
Kick back, relax and enjoy the comfort of this sitting area. The basement was remodeled by Mosaik Design and Fig Studio to fit the entertainment needs of the family. Complete with foosball, a ping pong table, a kitchenette and an entertainment center, the space is the ultimate place to gather with friends and family.
This dining room features a gorgeous white coffered ceiling with modern starburst light fixture. The design is anchored with a gorgeous solid walnut and maple table that seats 10-12 comfortably for dinner and converts to a regulation-sized ping-pong table for friendly after-meal competition. A bright blue rug adds an element of color and fun to brighten the room.
"We sold our big house with a bonus room 15 years ago so that we could afford to start over and do what we love for a living," says designer Christina Britt Lewis of The Redesign Company. "This is a choice we never regret, but we make big boys and they have big friends. When they needed more space, we redesigned our garage. We used what we already had—a ping pong table we bartered for, the twin beds our teenage boys had outgrown for seating—and saved by considering it a three-season space and not installing heat or air conditioning. We hung trail maps of mountains we have conquered and set lists from concerts we loved in cheap frames for 'art' that brings back fun family memories."