Do you want to transform our living room, into a fun-filled entertainment room that’s sole purpose is to ensure that you, your friends, and your family have a fantastic time? Check out these essential entertainment room ideas that will help you to do exactly that…
Work Out Exactly What You Want
What do you want to do in your entertainment room? Do you want to keep it for watching movies? Do you want to have a wide range of entertainment options like a pool table or a board gaming area to choose from? Do you want it to function as a normal living room as an entertainment space? Your first step to creating the perfect entertainment room is working out exactly what you want it to be. In order to do this, you’ll need to take into account how much space you have, the shape of the room, etc., as well as your wishes.
Set Your Budget
It’s so easy to get carried away with interior design and lots of little extras in a fun room, so it’s always a good idea to work out how much you want to spend and resolve to stick to that amount. Doing so will ensure that you really think about each and every choice you make for a room that is guaranteed to bring you a lot of joy.
Set Up a Screen
A bit part of any entertainment room is film and TV watching, so you’re going to need a decent screen. In order to make the right choice, you’ll need to consider the size of the room, not only so you don’t choose a screen that’s too big for you to set up the room as you would like, but also so you can put enough distances between you and whatever you’re watching. If you have the space, setting up a projector and screen is the ultimate in entertainment because it makes it feel like you’re really at the cinema and takes p far less floor space than a TV, but if that isn’t an option, the best quality flat screen you can find is a good alternative. You should definitely throw a games console or two into the mix.
Sort Your Seating
Watching films and playing games is a lot more enjoyable when you have lots of comfy seating to choose from. A comfy couch is a must, but you should also invest in pretty floor pillows, robust bean bags and stools so that you have lots of options for whatever activity you are doing at the time and so when you have lots of people over, they have somewhere comfy to sit. Placing your furniture around the edges will maximise the amount of floor space you have.
Add a Table
Every entertainment room needs a solid table where you can play poker or a good board game like Risk or Monopoly when the mood takes you. It’ll also ensure you can eat your takeaway in the room when the mood takes you.
The more storage you have for CDs, Blu-rays, board games and toys the better – enough said.
Hang Some Art
The entertainment room should be fun so fill it with film poster, pop art prints and album art so that it looks as much fun as it is to spend time in there.
Enjoy your new entertainment room!