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Gaming Room
Ideabooks6,789
Questions1
Any avid video gamer would cut off their thumbs (OK, maybe their pinkies) for the opportunity to have a tricked-out room dedicated to the multiplayer video game experience. I love the rusty metal accents that make the space look like a secret military bunker.More: So Your Style Is: Industrial
Video Games...Video game room...Video room...video game chairs...tvs and video games
“ulimat gameroom” — darcil23
DESIGN ONE INTERIORS
5 Reviews
Luxurious Mountain Home
Ideabooks1,588
Questions1
Video games, craps, some odd sport like table bowling
video game stations and slot machines
games, video games and classic games plus a little gb nook
lights and video games
video games, arcade games, etc.
Video game area...wall video game
“Simulation auto” — caylus
Frankel Building Group
5 Reviews
Millers Lane
Ideabooks1,761
Questions1
This arcade is great because it's so big, you can play anything in it. You can play coin pushers, claw machines, pinballs, video arcade games, and more. This would be a great arcade for me.
Lots of video machines and beautiful house
Love this room. Looks like a Video Game Arcade. :-)
chairs with videos games
Video games...Video games? Maybe...video gaming...fun video game idea...cool video
“home arcade” — faithwylie
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks46,848
Questions29
how-to videos online. Include a tech corner next to your countertop and bake right alongside your favorite demonstration video or cooking show.Why Your Kitchen Wants Its Own iPad
schedules, video chatting with family and friends while cooking, downloading recipes, news and weather, doing homework, or monitoring a child’s online activity, some form of computing device will serve a family well.
“backsplash” — veradwyer
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks14,335
Questions12
photos or video. Using digital photos is one option, but you may find it easier to create a video tour of your home to document your belongings. Whether you are taking photos or video, start at the front and work your way through each room — try to go in the same order used on your checklist.
“gray shingles” — oakbarrett
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Historic Home
Ideabooks5,388
Questions10
even a video). It's amazing how quickly memory fades. Make sure you have backup by creating a floor plan and taking photos or a short video tour if possible — it will really give you a full picture of what the house looks like. Be sure to ask the Realtor for permission before taking any photos or video
“Y” — cremen
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
Bayhampton Basement
Ideabooks2,446
Questions2
two tv & video game set up
video set up cabinets
one for video games...audio video
“Lighting” — pam015
Forged Lighting
8 Reviews
Loma Project
Ideabooks13,648
Questions8
($190).Video units: Doorbell intercom and video systems start at $140; additional monitors or cameras cost more. Tablet- and phone-based systems like the DoorBot (shown) cost approximately $200.Labor: You’ll save considerably doing the project yourself or enlisting the help of a knowledgeable friend.
“Front door” — Jason Wallgren
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