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.
The home's game room gets the same rustic-contemporary feel as the rest of the house. Reclaimed wood lines the walls with wide plank flooring below, while industrial light fixtures and sleek furniture add in the modern element of design. A television and seating area create the ideal place to watch the big game with friends or to unwind with a movie.
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.
This rustic game room features two neutral leather sofas with red throw pillows, as well as two brown leather armchairs, allowing plenty of room for kicking back in front of the stone fireplace. The open floor plan allows for easy transition to the bar and pool table areas, making it the perfect space for entertaining.
At the rear of the game room, a small kitchen and dining area serve as a gathering spot to enjoy snacks and drinks. Floor lamps made of thick rope steal the show while also bringing a fun, unique design to the space.
Game Room With Crackle Paint Wall Paneling, Modern Art & Pool Table
Styles mix beautifully in this game room featuring a large pool table. A black ceiling complements the white crackled paint finish on the recessed paneling, and a large piece of modern art ties the two together. Brown, horizontal-striped window treatments bring a warmth to the room and complement the block wooden stool. A large pendant light over the pool table makes sure no shot is missed!
This luxe game room features red hues and dark, rich wood finishes. Stone accents add to the room's rusticity, which ties to the home's Colorado mountainside locale. Dark beams criss-cross the ceiling, while modular sofas offer seating for many.