There’s always that one room in the home that makes you feel completely comfortable and cozy when you’re in it. It can be your own bedroom, living room, bathroom, workroom, or gaming room setup. I’ve found that this room tends to be one of the most abused rooms in any home. With this in mind, you want to make sure that you make it as comfortable as possible for you and anyone else who happen to share it with you. There are many ways to achieve a nice setup for this particular room. Let’s take a look at a few.
The first way to personalize your gaming room setup is to add personal items to the room. Personalize the bed linen, pillows, covers, sheets, and anything else that feel comfortable to you. You may also want to add a nice decorative picture frame or some artwork of some sort to the wall. This will not only allow you to personalize your personal experience, but to also feel comfortable in your personal space.
Another great way to personalize your gaming room setup is to have a football table or some other type of game table set up. The most common one is a football table with either bean bags or pillows on it. Adding personal items such as this will help you enjoy the area even more and make the game night feel more like an event than a simple television viewing. I personally feel that football tables provide an excellent means of relaxation after a long day at work or whatever other activity you may be involved in. Add a football table and some beanbags to the mix and you’ll have yourself a fully functional game room right in your own home.
Now, let’s take a look at some different methods of decorating your gaming room without using any furniture. For starters, there is actually very little furniture that goes along with the term “gameroom.” Basically any piece of furniture you can fit into the gaming room setting will do. So for the sake of this article we will focus on lighting and wall graphics as these are the most important aspects of creating the perfect gaming room from scratch.
So, let’s get started. First off, we need to decide on whether or not you will be playing video games from your console or if it will be a game room full of PC games. Also, you will need a sofa, loveseat or sectional couches and sofas for either consoles or PC games. For accessories, you will need a TV stand, shelves, bookcases and even a custom bookcase or cabinet. The last things you need are lamps and lighting fixtures.
Once you have the basics in place you should choose a theme or base color for your setup. Keep things simple as much as possible as this will make it easier to decorate your game rooms later on. A good theme to go with is black and white because it is easy to decorate with and there are plenty of options out there. You can go with a gaming space setup complete with couches, sofas, movie rooms, libraries and game rooms that you can customize with your own choice of wallpaper and other decorations.