I came on here hoping to find pool table room ideas that were fun and on theme, but still chic. Boy did this designer deliver on all of my hopes and dreams! I love how this game room takes trendy neutral living room decor to the next level by adding a beautiful distressed ashy wood pool table and cute little game side table. With just the few elements you transform the space from an average living room (albeit a very well styled one), to a memorable entertaining or family area that has so many uses. All of my pool room ideas are going to come from these photos -- I only hope that what we come up with looks half as good as this one! Stay tuned because I will post some pictures as we finish up!
Looking for pool table room ideas has been a fun process, but has made me feel like our current home is sorely inadequate and we are just going to have to upgrade to a mansion like this. Im kidding...sort of haha. But really, I am loving the game room ideas that they used in this gigantic (what I assume to be) basement that leads out to their dock. I mean if you can't have fun in here, what is wrong with you. They installed everything from a private movie theater to pool and ping pong tables and even a full bar. Obviously this would be the perfect man cave, but I think it would also be a great spot for families or couples that are vacationing. I can only hope to get a quarter of all of the features that they have into our home.
We really want some new pool table room ideas to update our bonus room above our double garage. About ten or so years ago, as a birthday surprise, I planned and built out this fun man cave bar and game room for my husband to hang out with his buddies. Our kids have been using this space also lately to hangout with their teenage buddies (obviously without the bar aspect haha). Since this space is being used so much more often now, we decided to take this years tax return and use it towards updating the place and adding in some cool new features. First off, we are thinking to upgrade our home theater system with surround sound. We also want to install some cool lighting fixtures and other slightly more contemporary room decor ideas that we have seen online.
I can't believe how awesome the pool table room ideas that I dreamed up for our unused closed in covered porch turned out. I am not sure if you can tell from the architecture here, but this was a a porch that we closed in when we built a huge outdoor patio addition onto the other side of our home. We figured it would be as good a spot as any to use for some of the man cave bar ideas that I have been storing away in my brain for the past ten years that we have had this house. I wanted to stick with the slightly retro vibe that our house still has, so we found this cool vintage pool table and rescued old kitchen cabinetry to use in the bar area. I could not be more please with how this entire room design came out from top to bottom.
Now this is probably the most epic of all of the pool table room ideas that I have looked at on here so far. I came to this fabulous website yet again (for the third time this week) looking for man cave ideas, but boy did I leave inspired to go purchase a mountain cabin just so I could live this luxurious yet rustic lifestyle lol. Now the spot that we are planning on decorating is certainly not this glamorous, so even if we mimic this design down to the "t" is still won't really look anywhere near as good. But, I am going to do my best with what we have to at least create a similar ambiance, you know? First step will probably be to buff the paint off of our fireplace that we (stupidly) painted white a few years ago. We may even install some faux beams just to really emphasize the rest of the rustic home decor.
I have seen some ultra glamorous and over the top pool table room ideas on here, but sometimes I think that low key and simple designs can be best. Sure, I love looking at those luxurious designs as much as the next person, but do I really want to spend half a years salary to replicate the design? No, absolutely not. Even though this may not be the most high end or unique man cave ideas for basement redos that I have seen on here, it actually stands out as my personal favorite. First of all, it is actually attainable. You don't need to have a crazy budget or hire a full on designer in order to replicate this look. Second, it does not require a ton of basement remodeling like some of the other ones do. I mean a few stone accents and a nice bar would pretty much do it.