A perfect oasis to escape daily life and dive head-first into your video games, sounds ideal right? Any gamer of the 21st century would agree that having a space dedicated to playing video games with cozy seating and superlative equipment would be awesome. There are rooms suitable for all types of gaming and all space sizes. Whether you have a small corner to work with or an entire basement to deck out, the options are endless. Check out these amazing video game room ideas! See the following examples for inspiration with your very own video game room:
1. The Jedi Retreat
Sleek desktop space and neon lightsaber decor makes this space the perfect Star Wars haven. Using multiple monitors gives you all-access views for your games, and a sturdy yet comfortable chair that will support you during your hours of game play. You will never want to leave!
2. The Battlefield Room
Walk into your real-life commander’s chamber and experience how it feels to call the shots. Decorated with multi-faceted neon lighting and plenty of monitors for extended play. Take a corner of your office and transform your own space into this unique player’s paradise.
3. The Epic Surround Sound Suite
A huge high definition television mixed with dozens of speakers, both external and built in provide an immersive gaming experience. You will feel like you are actually in the car chase, actually on the road speeding along. Maximizing the amount of speakers is enticing to your sense of hearing and makes for an exciting and easy to achieve game room. Turn the lights down and set the tone in this immersive game space.
4. The Super Mario Spot
Utilize your loft space and transform it into a real-life level of Super Mario. The bright colors and different floor levels will transport you into your own world. Not to mention, it is a great way to incorporate color and fun into the room for those who want a nice daily game space. The space is suitable for multi-player action, so invite your friends! This exciting theme is bound to be a center of discussion and entertainment.
5. The Sleek and Sophisticated
If you want a room that blends in with your current decor that isn’t too over the top, look no further. This clean space provides not only a an optimal setup for gaming, but also keeps things organized and chic. No messy wires or crossed cords here, just a simple chill zone to unwind and get lost into the depths of any game. When you’re not playing video games, your living room still looks put together and simple.
6. The Mega Screen Setup
All you need for this gaming room is an open office with desk space. Set up your monitors in a way that can ultimately mimic a gigantic television screen. The duality of this gaming room can support single-player as well as multi-player action! The small side table also makes for a great space to store your games and drinks or snacks.
7. The Small Space
Don’t have much room to work with? No problem! You can transform your living room or bedroom into a practical yet awesome gaming room. Using a projector style television, all you will need is the wall space to play games on the big screen. A simple media console can be used to house all of your games and electronics. Added black lighting gives the room a cool vibe when you want to play at night.
8. The Old School Arcade
Gamers from older generations will feel ultimate nostalgia upon entering this classic arcade-style space. It’s a childhood flashback, one we can all agree that we wish we had growing up! Vintage arcade games line the walls with colorful tiling on the floor that will surely be a favorite amongst your friends. Add even more nostalgia to the mix by offering bowls of your favorite arcade treats and bottled sodas.
9. The Vintage Vault
Finally, a way to incorporate gaming and collectibles! By the example of this den, take several comfortable seating options, a big screen for playing, and collectibles on display for everyone to see – this room will serve every purpose. It is like stepping into an archive of all things awesome. This space is suitable for all those who wish to archive any collection.
10. The Pretend Pub
Wallpaper and vintage posters can turn your basement into your very own pub. Have a few brews and play foosball with the gang. A simple tv setup can offer you the option to play classic video games. The space can also be utilized for movie screenings and endless games of beer pong. Everyone out there would be thrilled to own and operate their own at-home pub.