realized it's air hockey, which I would be happy to forgo my dining room table for. Check out the bar and the built in booth - what a great rec space! By the way, air hockey doesn't need so much space around it, so if you do have a room as small as George Costanza's for your table, you may want to make a switch
metal blade? And the trim... what exactly did you use and how did you install it? I wonder if you can use wood trim as long as the walls aren't curved? Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU FOR THE INSPIRATION!
every blade of grass and hear every tackle. Don’t mount the television too high as we don’t want a pain in our necks from watching. And don’t make it too small. A good, though not-cast-in-stone rule is to use half the maximum viewing distance as the screen size (diagonally). So if the viewing distance