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.
Contemporary furnishings and dual-purpose gathering spaces enhance the look and function of this long, narrow family/game room. With windows fixed at the end of the room, recessed lighting and large pendant fixtures add a sparkling glow of light to the room.
The gentlemen of the house will certainly find this game room and bar up to par. Black walls make the space feel utterly masculine, while leather stools serve as comfortable seating after a round of pool.
Bar and Billiards Combine in Contemporary Living Area
What bachelor pad would be complete without a spot for games and drinks? In this recreation room off the hall, designer Raegan Ford used a pool table and wine rack to give her client space to relax, and then added leather barstools and a modern blue rug to make the design feel a little luxe.
This spacious and luxurious game room features faux-weathered walls, a pitched, beamed ceiling and barn-style doors, giving the space a rustic charm that fits its woodsy Lake Arrowhead, California, setting. Farming implements serve as wall art, and comfortable sofas and traditional rugs add warmth and homeyness to the game area.
Game and Media Room with Large Tan Felt-topped Pool Table and Flatscreen TV
This dual-purpose space acts as both a game room and a media room. In the foreground, a stunning pool table wears the nontraditional tan felt top -- more suited to the room's tropical style than green; beyond, see a large TV that's been seamlessly integrated into the design of the room. Assorted tropical plants splash color into the space.
Above a black felt pool table in this game room hangs two bronze lampshade chandeliers. Large windows in the room are partially covered by sage green drapes and screens. A round table with chairs and a bar area provides seating.