Formal dining room or game room?

Formal dining room or game room?

By Guido13

June 25, 2018


7 months ago

We purchased this house just over two years ago. It has a formal dining room and we didn’t have any furniture for it. After many months of being empty, we had this idea to convert it to a game room (because we aren’t that “formal”).  Soon we purchased a foosball table. Then I found an old jukebox that plays 45’s. Recently I built an arcade machine that has all the old classic games (centipede, asteroids, track and field, joust, dig dug, mortal combat....and many more!).  But the room is missing something....PINBALL!  I can easily fit two pinball machines in the “game room” (see game room pics below).  Now the search is on!  

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Comments

6 months ago
I choose the game room and I agree, you need some pinball machines in there.
6 months ago
Is this even really a question?
6 months ago
I would expect to get totally unbiased opinions here.

BTW, if you want to store a Harley there, post a similar question on a Harley forum.
5 months ago
I vote game room, and then put four pinball machines in there! woo hoo! Happy days!
5 months ago
I vote game room, and then put four pinball machines in there! woo hoo! Happy days!
4 months ago
Same thing here, got tired of looking at an unused dining room. Now its a much used game room.
4 months ago
If you have a wife that is OK with making the formal dining room - what used to be called a "parlor" in the old days (where the girls of the house would have suitors "court" them, LOL - then you're ahead of the game.

BTW, I'm a bachelor, and I my herd is so overflowing that I have a pin in the kitchen, LOL.

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