If you are looking for gaming room ideas for your home, we have you covered. Whether you have a small or large space to become a great games room, we have the best small gaming room ideas that are perfect for you.
You can convert your space into a fun and entertaining game room for your family and friends to enjoy. Here are 20+ epic gaming room ideas and setups.
20+ Epic Gaming Room Ideas And Setups
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1. Small Bedroom Gaming Setup
If you spend a lot of time in your bedroom because it’s your fortress of solitude, you want the best of your favorite things displayed throughout the room. Your Bedroom is the perfect area to set up a gaming area at your computer desk.
All you need to do is add a couple of monitors on a desk or mount them on the wall to save space. This type of gaming room setup in your bedroom lets you play PC games and video games in the comfort of your room.
2. Small Living Room Gaming Setup
If you have a small living room, don’t worry because it is a great spot to lounge and play games. You can make your small living room both a gaming room and a living room for a family with just a few gaming items.
This type of gaming room setup can include a large wall-mounted TV, an entertainment console for your equipment, speakers, and some minimal and comfortable furniture.
If you have a small living space in an apartment or condo, you can separate your gaming area with a computer desk and gaming chair so you to play PC games.
3. PC Game Room Setup
Do you have a small available area in your home that you want to turn into a gaming space? Adding a triple monitor setup allows for a wide expansive view for the games you play.
Adding more screens to this type of setup makes it extremely useful if you have to multitask and look at different things on each screen. This pc setup is perfect for gaming and working at the same time.
4. Small board games room
No matter how old you are, there is a board game for you. The great thing about board games is they are perfect for bringing people together. This small gaming room setup allows for two people to play two-person games like chess and checkers.
If you have a larger room adding a shelving system to the room can add a lot of character to a room. Keep in mind, a decently large table works best for board games of four or more people to allow each player their own space.
I love board games myself because they are perfect for connecting with family and friends, plus they give you a much-needed break from your smartphone.
5. Pool Table Game Room Ideas
If you love playing billiards and you are considering buying a pool table, there are some essential factors to consider. Pool tables are somewhat large and they take up a lot of space. So to be able to play the game without obstructions, make sure you have lots of free space to put it. Plus, they are quite heavy and not easy to move around.
But, having a pool table in a gaming room makes for an excellent centerpiece for your game room. If you love billiards, it’s definitely worth the investment.
6. Family Play Zone
Having a multifunctional family room that is contemporary looking but serves a dual purpose as a home theatre room and games room is key to a modern home. All you need is a modern storage cabinet to hide controllers and games afterward to you have a sleek and tidy family games room.
7. Ping Pong Game Room Ideas
9. Neon Lights Gaming Room Setup
Ambient lighting is a stylish way to enhance a video gaming room. You can use LED strip lights for background lighting and it improves the atmosphere of the room.
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10. Retro Small Gaming Room Setup
If you’re a die-hard retro gamer, why not decorate your room with toys, gadgets, posters, and wallpaper decor of the games you love.
This type of gaming room is the ultimate game lover’s dream. If you have been brought up on Nintendo games, why not add some Nintendo artwork, lamps, wall decals, and much more to turn the room into a collectors room.
If you have multiple game consoles and a vast collection of games over the years, why not add a shelving unit for storage to your retro games room.
11. Star Wars Gaming Room
It’s easy to copy this game room idea because the main colors are white and black as space. As for furniture and equipment, all you need to do is follow the color pattern, and the unique pieces pull the Star Wars theme together.
12. Small Attic Gaming Room
An attic doesn’t just have to be for storage, if you have an attic area with enough support beams to have you not fall through the roof, then this is the perfect gaming room area for you.
While this picture shows how you can turn an attic into a pool table area, there is so much you can do to personalize an attic in your home. If you have room for a couch, tv, sound system, and some shelving units, you can turn an attic into your private entertainment cave.
Don’t be afraid to get creative with your design and decorations.
13. Outdoor Video Gaming Setup Ideas
Do you have a backyard? If so, why not turn it into an outdoor gaming entertainment zone. If you already have a nice lounging area in your backyard, all you need to do is add a portable screen, a portable projector, some Bluetooth speakers along with a great sound system, and you have the perfect outdoor theatre to watch movies and play video games.
14. Lawn Game Outdoor Setup
15. Contemporary gaming room setup
If you are looking at turning a room into a modern entertainment gaming room, all you need is some modern-looking furniture, wall shelves, small wireless speakers to sound the room, and a wall-mounted tv and you have a sleek looking room with a lot of character.
16. Basement Gaming Room
Have an empty, furnished basement that needs something a little extra to make it stand out? Why not convert your small basement into a game room.
Games are a great way to relax, de-stress and connect with family and friends. Have a great good work-life balance by adding some games to your basement, so you have something to look forward to at the end of the day.
17. Porch or Patio Game Area Setup
While this picture doesn’t show any games, what it does show is that even with the smallest spaces, you can still make it a fun area to play in.
Every area around your home like a porch, patio, or small backyard can be turned into an excellent gaming area and can add some much-needed fun to your life.
18. Backyard Kids Play Zone
If you have enough space in your backyard for the kids, it’s easy to set up a play zone outside. All you need is a sandbox, or a flat surface like a wood patio to place interlocking mat tiles on top, and you have a safe environment for the kids to play in.
19. Kids Play Room Ideas
Kids need to play. If you don’t have an area outdoors for a backyard fun zone, or looking to create an area indoors for them to play in while the weather isn’t great, why not bring the outdoors inside.
There are many outdoor activities like tents, fake campfires, sleeping bags and so much more that you can bring indoors. Plus by adding toys and learning aids to the area helps them build learning skills.
Plus, you can add storage organizers and boxes to the indoor play zone for helping to declutter and keep things tidy. A kid’s playroom is a perfect little area where children can learn and play at their own pace.
20. Decorative Wall Decals
21. Superhero Gaming Area
This game room setup is perfect for the comic book superhero fan. Just add some cool superhero art prints, superhero toy collectibles, futuristic headphones, gaming chairs, neon art, and it will help boost the players’ enthusiasm during the gameplay.
When building a gaming room, you need to find a balance between functionality and comfort. A gaming room is a dedicated area to engage in intense gaming sessions and showcase your favorite consoles and games.
Whether that means having things simple and easy or going large with flashy accessories and contemporary decor. No matter how big or how small your space is, we hope some of these gaming room ideas inspire you!
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