Courtney Warren is a Texas-based interior designer whose work has been featured in Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Apartment Therapy, and Today.com. She is a frequent consultant on Fox 4 TV’s Good Day program in Dallas, was ranked in the top 3 percent of interior designers in the US by Houzz.com, and starred in the Dallas episode of TLC’sFour Houses. She delights in helping overwhelmed clients create beautiful spaces—and will never turn down a warm chocolate chip cookie or Diet Dr Pepper.
Game rooms are the extra bonus rooms that usually look like they have been thrown together with leftover decor. Because the game room is often a gathering place for enjoyable activities, why not have your decor be fun and festive!? I have put together a board consisting of bright colors and unique items to give you an idea.
The light blue and red colors you see pictured are festive, fun and celebratory! These colorful items can be tied together with the funky geometric rug. The rug can be used under a couch, or behind it as a runner. A combination of vintage travel and games will enhance the rooms unique quality. Floating shelves can go on a side wall and display a collection of vintage globes. The classroom map can go behind a couch to enhance the theme of the room. Carnival signs will be a great addition to the space and can be made into a collage with frames and other cool objects. The fun pillows pictured will also add to the color scheme of the room. You can’t have a game room without some cool pillows!
The Stoneington Gray swatch you see is a pretty, light neutral gray that will be a great backdrop for the celebratory items selected for this room. This shade of gray is not too dark and depressing as some grays can be. The color pallet and items featured will make any game room go from drab to dynamic!
What is in your game room?