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Balnarring Beach House Traditional Family Room, Melbourne

Example of a mid-sized classic open concept carpeted game room design in Melbourne — Houzz

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sweetsy wrote:
What r the bookcases-custom or brand? Great looking!
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I would like to know also!! Thx.
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what type of material is used for the shelving? thank you!
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fargotennisgirl wrote:
what is the brand of the windsor chair in the picture?
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What is the brand of chair in this photo??

Key Designs wrote:
who makes the light above pool table?
leilah04ava wrote:
How do you play this
veenaaoliman wrote:
Paint in the walls - What color was used on the walls?
erikj wrote:
Shouldn't the white square be on the player's right?
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dsifford wrote:
Where is the lucite table from?
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minnlud wrote:
What is the floor covering?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Traditional Meets Airy in a Luxurious Coastal Home
Windsor chairs make a surprise pairing with a Lucite table in the game room. Lulu DK wallpaper swathes the walls and continues to the backs of custom shelving units, giving the space a harmonious flow.
Becky Harris added this to Everyday Shrines for a Happier Home
Fun and games. Rubin filled a bookcase with board games, puzzles and glass jars full of tiny items like costume jewelry and marbles. She mixed in her own childhood toys and her girls’ silver rattles.
Becky Harris added this to 10 Quick Ways to Cozy Up Your Home for Winter
Designate a spot for projects and games. Give this area a pass on daily cleanup. Instead use it for long-term projects like organizing that box of photos, a 1,000-piece puzzle or a nightly game with the family.
Becky Harris added this to Houzz Call: Share Your Winter Storm Jonas Photos and Survival Tips!
How do you pass the time when you’re snowbound, particularly if the power is out? I’m sure a lot of readers would appreciate suggestions for how to keep cabin fever at bay.Keep safe and warm, Houzzers! We’re thinking of you. More: Hard Winter? 9 Ways to Battle Cabin FeverSee how Houzzers coped with the 2014 “Polar Vortex”See how to help the birds in winter with a DIY bubble rock
Jessica Braider added this to 5 Ways to Make Dinnertime More Fun
2. Start with a game. Some nights people just aren’t ready to talk. On those evenings we often start with a check-in game. Sometimes it is Rose and Thorn. (Everyone shares the best part of their day, their “rose,” and the hardest part of their day, their “thorn.”) Other times it is Kind, Brave and Failed. (Each person lists one time they were kind, one time they were brave, and one time they failed that day — all are celebrated.) There are also great conversation starter game kits that you can buy just for this purpose. Whatever way you go, these icebreakers allow everyone to get their conversational juices flowing.

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Навесные полки с несимметричными полками в кухне
laurensugarman added this to The bridges
I don't like the furniture but I like the concept of game storage and game table.

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