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Contemporary Furniture Touches to Top Off Your Game Room

Contemporary Furniture Touches to Top Off Your Game Room
A game room can bring the whole family together, but it often ends up as a hodge-podge of old furniture and styles. It can become the center of your home and needs the same attention to detail as other rooms of your house. A contemporary game room is easy to style.

Game Room Seating

When you have a room that is primarily used for gaming or watching a large screen, seating is paramount. Every seat in your game room has to be “the best seat in the house.”

Sectional sofas are the perfect pieces of furniture to ensure a good look at the screen and a comfy place to enjoy a family game night. For a contemporary design, go for a sectional or sofa with comfy cushions and a solid fabric design. Steer clear of wooden ornamentation and concentrate on furniture that will blend and become part of the game room as a whole. Something like this Wesley Sectional Sofa: it can meld perfectly with any other colors and fabrics in the room.

You’ll also need to consider a table and chairs as part of the design. Look to pub dining room sets like the Tahoe 5-Piece set to keep the atmosphere casual.

Entertainment Center

While video gaming may not be the primary focus of your contemporary game room, it helps to have a quality viewing experience. Your game room may become the place to not only play games, but watch games on your TV. Depending on your needs, you may want to hang your TV on the wall underneath. This entertainment center can serve as a place to set a large TV or just hold the essentials like a gaming console and cable box. It also has the added bonus of being a fire place.

You can also opt for an entertainment center with more storage. The Townser Entertainment Center has room for every entertainment device in your home. It can store multiple consoles, streaming devices, smart home devices, and more.

Storage

The one area you should not overlook is storage. A game room is likely to come with a ton of storage needs. You’ll need a place to put all of your board games, mat games, and drawing games. Each game set is likely to come with many pieces, and some may be rather bulky.

Think about using chests to store board games, like the Sofia Bedroom Chest. It’s not just for the bedroom! It can help keep pieces out of sight. The Maurice Accent chest can help create a space for bulkier items and the Collins bookcase can help keep things nice and tidy when not in use.

Remember to keep things casual and contemporary as you design your space. You want people to feel free to relax and kick back. Game on!