Formal dining room or game room?

Formal dining room or game room?

By Guido13

June 25, 2018


4 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

3 months ago
I choose the game room and I agree, you need some pinball machines in there.
3 months ago
Is this even really a question?
3 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.
3 months ago
I vote game room, and then put four pinball machines in there! woo hoo! Happy days!
3 months ago
I vote game room, and then put four pinball machines in there! woo hoo! Happy days!
79 days ago
Same thing here, got tired of looking at an unused dining room. Now its a much used game room.
57 days 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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