25,027 attic game rooms Home Design Photos

T-Space Design & Build
Urban 5
Ideabooks1,218
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use of the attic as a game room - great cathedral window
I want a games room for my kids
playroom when little game room when the get older
A dedicated game room. Wouldn’t life with teenagers be a breeze
attic lighting - like the pendants
Why not just a games room.
Yes!!! Attic play room rocks
a family affair The key ingredients of a family room are table games, a TV and huge comfy sofas, and this cavernous roof space has all three. It is the ultimate den for families and friends to kick back and relax in at the weekend.
Get a (games) roomWouldn’t life with teenagers be a breeze if they
the meeting room in a painfully hip ad agency. Metal pendants plus exposed brickwork and beams give the space a cool, industrial edge that your not-so-little darlings will (possibly) thank you for. Who knows, you may even be granted admission from time to time.
“Toys” — ckeaslerrhs
Deepdale House LLC
7 Reviews
Kids Rec Room
Ideabooks35,741
Questions12
Kids Playroom, Blue, Boys space, toy room, tv room, family room. Deepdale House LLC
What are the dimensions of this bonus room?
Can you tell us the dimensions of the room? Thanks
what is the color of the room
room dimensions 35x15, Beadboard walls/ceiling 6 ft wide v groove
movie room and the game room are in one.
“Nice” — ilizete
Pamela J. Jenkins Architect P.C.
Family Room
Ideabooks2,091
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you don't need a large room to fit a ping pong table, we love the simple yet functional design in this attic space
Scissor trusses to attic media room
game room / work out room
spaces for play and fun. As long as you’ve deemed the attic up to code as a living area, you can keep expenses down by furnishing it simply with your favorite game tables. Add some basic seating and let the games begin!
This attic-style game room is the perfect spot for a good, hard workout. To ensure
interior here just scream attic rafter style, as in Hugo. The orphan's living space among the rafters is about the ingenuity that comes out of necessity, about creating a workable space where no one would think it possible.
Don’t feel like it needs to be fancy. Game rooms in general are casual spaces
“Open rafters” — bwessels1
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LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Shingle Style Attic Play Area
Ideabooks7,648
Questions2
Hi! Great use of space! Can you tell me approximate dimensions of room
hallway could still become part of a bonus room design.
combination media, play room and game room.
attic lay out family room pingpong tv
drawers in the bedroom or living room
using couch to separate tv viewing area from game area
Actually, this is also an attic space option for
storage presses in upstairs dormer room
5. Separate a room by function. In this setting, the deep brown sofa is used to divide this playroom into a TV area and a game area. This allows several activities to take place at the same time without kids tripping over each other.
Convert a bonus room into game room for the entire family. Take
supplies and board games can be neatly put away. Make sure you have the space for your ping-pong table which could measure 9' x 5'. You can get tables that fold up to get out of your way.
“built ins on wall” — Stone Acorn Builders
Eclectic Family Room
Ideabooks1,988
Questions4
Renovating a large old house and turning the attic space into a bedroom or playroom.
We would like to do this in our attic space. How many sq ft is this? and how much
Move the game room to the attic?
now there is an attic idea
I like the height and size of the attic.
No clue how wide this space can be, but I love the way this works. For sure this room is longer than the craft room space.
Now this is what you call a f#$kin attic!
“great old space” — kwillmus
Jacob Lilley Architects
1 Review
Pool table and recreation room
Ideabooks2,276
Questions1
A new garage allowed for a kids play room upstairs.
This room is great! how wide is the dormer?
Good idea of how much room would be created with an eyebrow window!!!
pine on the walls in the attic area or in storage
Love the wood. Great game room.
Architecture & Interiors. “This improved visual connection makes the attic space feel more welcoming and enticing.“
Shed dormers make rooms in "attics" like this one spacious and inviting, perfect for that game room among the trees.Budget: You should have an architect draw up and a professional
Expand light by opening the stairway. Short on enough light to play your games? Consider borrowing from the floor below. “Remove the walls that typically enclose an attic stairway so that the upper level benefits from the light of the second-floor landing,” says Treffle LaFleche, principal at LD Ar
“Pool table in loft” — kakemper
Barn Light Electric Company
16 Reviews
Barn Light Living Rooms and Common Areas
Ideabooks430
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Barn Light Living Rooms and Common Areas
The common areas within a home are the rooms that are most actively used. By making them functional as well as beautiful with vintage lighting and furniture will make your home the go-to place for family affairs.
Bonus room - low storage with seating on top
along the wall to hold board games for more family fun!
storage. Although you want plenty of games on hand, don't let them sit in stacks in the corners. Instead, add built-ins along the walls or utilize awkward areas beneath storage bays or dormer windows for shelving. “The more places you have to store items like board games, puzzles and arts and crafts, the
“Built-in storage under window” — emburks
Vicente Burin Architects
Vicente Burin Architects
Ideabooks10,359
Questions9
Can you give room dimensions please?
Combine game room with media room
Basic room, need bar on side end
focal point with a feature wall. Game rooms usually have a lot of action, so it’s nice to develop a visual focal point so the eye isn’t jumping everywhere. Try focusing on the farthest end wall, since most attics are generally long and narrow. In this particular attic, the designer created a compelling
“tv panel” — kpandiella
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