Turn an exterior space—such as a shed or a garage—into a game room with your pool table as the centerpiece. The sleek black and white design of the space here makes it look far more upscale than a typical shed game room.
Billiards is a classic game that you might play in the lobby of a lodge. Set up a warm lodge-like space in your home with seating around a fireplace in one half of the room and the pool table in the other.
A less common choice is to place the pool table by the fireplace and the seating area away from that section of the room. However, it works here because the seating area is focused around the television. What's nice is that you can still see the game on TV while you play pool.
Place the pool table in the center of the room so that you have enough space to play. Maximize the functionality of the space with built-in cabinets and a window niche.
An elongated rectangular room is the perfect choice for your pool table since it mirrors the shape of the game table.
If you are lucky enough to have a large room in your home, then create separate spaces throughout it to streamline entertainment. Here people can enjoy drinks around the table, board games and conversation in the living area and billiards in a corner. The open spaces allow guests to move around easily.
If you have a recessed niche that you can walk down into, then you have a perfect space for a pool table. This angular design looks great in a contemporary room.
Furniture and storage should line the perimeter of a small room with a pool table. This leaves enough space for game play. This setup is a great choice for a kids' playroom.
If your pool table is going to be for adults only then put it next to a bar counter. And indulge in a pool table with a great design like this one.
If you don't have a lot of room, consider a smaller table for fun play that doesn't overtake the home.