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Example of a classic game room design in Minneapolis

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pookoo wrote:Feb 7, 2014
  • pookoo
    don't forget McClure shuffle boards made in MI..........
    also youll need about 3-4 feet aat the each end of a shuffle board table
    the tables come in 9-12-14-16-18-20-22 foot lengths
    this measurement will be only the cradle/cabinet that the actual playfield sets in
    the playfields are traditionally 16 inches shorted than the cradle
    a 14 foot play field is really 12ft 8 in long
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    McClure Tables
    Pookoo, Yes we are handmade in Michigan! We offer tables from 9 ft all the way to 22 ft. See all styles at http://www.mccluretables.com/!
Michelle Retik wrote:Aug 29, 2012
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    Hendel Homes
    Walls are veragated aluminum metal. Thanks for your interest! Www.hendelhomes.com
  • Jim Thompson
    You can buy "corrugated metal" at many building centres. They can order it in a vast array of styles and finishes.
brxttneyr wrote:Jan 21, 2016
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    Hendel Homes

    The Ping Pong table is the homeowners. Thanks for your interest in Hendel Homes. www.hendelhomes.com

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    Century Billiards

    JOOLA is a pretty good playing table. There are many different brands out there and it is difficult to make the decision on the table for you. If you'd like to speak with a game room design expert for assistance, please let us know. We'd love to build you the table of your dreams.


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jetmech75 wrote:Mar 12, 2014
  • klsilliven
    how do you attach the metal to a block wall?
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    Hendel Homes
    There are many ways to attach this material. It is best to discuss with your local carpenter. Thanks for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com
inspiringdesigns05 wrote:Feb 13, 2017
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    Hendel Homes

    This was from our local vendor, I believe if you asked a local hardware store, they could help you with this. Thanks for your interest in Hendel Homes! www.hendelhomes.com

thezookeeper wrote:Nov 17, 2013
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    Hendel Homes
    These were custom made by a local vendor to MN. Cathy Iverson with Market of Fleas was the designer. Thanks for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com
asandri wrote:Oct 7, 2013
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    Hendel Homes
    Adriana, it is curved. Thank you for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com
asandri wrote:Oct 7, 2013
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    Hendel Homes
    Adriana, Please contact Cathy Iverson with Market of Fleas (interior designer). Thank you for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com
Nicholas Stevens wrote:Oct 10, 2012
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    Hendel Homes
    This is a rubber floor. Thanks for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com
juliechambers wrote:May 21, 2012
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    Hendel Homes
    16' x 24' Thanks for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to How to Throw a Party Like You’re PrinceFeb 3, 2014

Clear the Ping-Pong table. Like most folks, Prince enjoys a late-night game of Ping-Pong.

Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 5 Places to Love Corrugated Metal in Your HouseJan 30, 2014

This fun game room has floor-to-ceiling corrugated metal panels in the entire room, and the material is even integrated into the built-in bench and table base to maintain continuity. The panels can deflect random pool cue bumps well. Try that with drywall.

Becky Harris added this to 11 Survival Lessons From ThanksgivingDec 2, 2013

Prepare for Ping-Pong. This is not our ping-pong table. Ours is about 30 years old and is in an old, gross, unfinished basement. Mom took all the boxes and seldom-used kitchenware she stores atop it off, got a new net and some new balls, cleared away some big cobwebs, and that was it. No one cared that the table was old and the basement was yucky; they all still wanted to play. The oldest and youngest in our group, about 70 years apart in age, had the best time playing each other.

Shawn Gauthier added this to How to Create the Ultimate Game RoomAug 21, 2012

Soundproof your space. Noise levels can increase in game rooms. “Minimizing sound between floors can be done in many ways,” says Holloway. “Review options such as upgraded framing, Quiet Rock, added insulation, sound panels and more with your contractor so you can make an informed decision based on cost and importance."More basement-renovation guides:9 Expert Tips for Creating a Basement Bedroom12 Tips for a Basement Home Office5 Tips to Turn Your Basement into a Media Room

What Houzzers are commenting on:

rae jackson added this to senatorcac's ideasFeb 15, 2019

shuffleboard, pool table/table tennis, seating

Linda Canzanella added this to Playroom ideasFeb 14, 2019

benches along side of the walls

kcj5283 added this to Lake HouseDec 30, 2018

Built in benches and end tables along wall for garage turned game room

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