If you play video games a lot, chances are you spend most of your time in just one room of your house. The thing is, if you are going to be in the same area of your house so much, why not make it the best part? If you are ready to level up your gaming area, check out these epic gaming room ideas.
Nintendo Gaming Room
If you have a shameless amount of video games, it’s about time you get some shelving going on in your game room. By placing all of your games against the wall rather than bulky furniture, you give yourself and your friends some wiggle room.
Whether you’re playing different games at the same time with a group of friends or trying to race each other on a speed run, it can’t hurt to have multiple Tvs.
Maybe it’s the Asian in me but I am a huge DDR fan. If you are looking to keep yourself in shape while having fun playing a game, consider a neat basement arcade setup such as this one.
Games & A Pub
Drinking and video games mix pretty well every once in a while if you’re looking for a few laughs. Make your friends jealous by making your gaming room extra awesome with a bar.
Tight on space? Try a minimalist approach to create an awesome gaming space that is easy on the eyes.
Epic Battle Station
My favorite gaming setups have always been the ones with desk and PCs. Seriously, if you’ve ever considered customizing your PC, DO IT.
While I am not an Xbox gamer, I can appreciate good design.
Chain Chomp Cat Bed
If you want to keep your cat off your desk for at least a little while, try giving ’em a cozy mouth to sleep inside.
Love Star Wars? Try lighting up your room with LED lighting to create the perfect ambiance.
Music & Gaming Studio
If you like making music and playing games, create a space such as this one to accommodate all your hobbies.
PC in a Desk
I’ve always wanted to make one of these but am way too scared I’ll mess it up. Isn’t it beautiful?
Big screen TV not cutting it? Try a projector.
Make your room extra cool with an outer space theme that’ll blow your friends away.
Multiple Gamer Household
Whether you have a lot of gamers in your home or just can’t stop buying computers, you’ll probably agree that this is one of the most intense setups you’ve ever seen.
This setup is probably the closet to the one I have at home. If you check out IKEA, you can find tons of furniture like this on the cheap.
Keep all your accessories easy to access and honor them with a lit up display case.
Video Game Wall
If you are short on space or have household members that want you to keep your stuff to a minimum, try putting everything in one furniture piece.
Floating PC Desk
This is seriously a work of art. How in the world did this person pull this off??
Small Desk Area
Keep your colors to a minimum and choose a small desk and only place what you use the most on it to maximize the space in your room.
Floating shelves are such a useful way to save space in your home. Get creative and put your gaming accessories on it!
Just because you have a bunch of gear doesn’t mean it has to look like crap. Whether you’re getting complaints about having too much ‘ugly’ stuff around or you want to make your buddies jealous, there is some great inspiration to be found on the Internet. My personal favorite is the floating PC desk. What’s yours?