Where's the keys, which key is it, f--- it broke off... Just a few of the things I've been saying since I was just a kid in the 80's. I remember having this dirty old plastic bag filled with keys, all the keys with nothing labeled. Well my own game room keeps expanding and it's not just a key or two anymore. so I got a key rack and started labeling them. Wow problem solved. Of course this wonderful digital world gives us great access to so many people with great ideas.
So off I went to find the game room key display worthy of displaying. Started with labeling the keys, not just any tag would do. I found this guy on etsy who is making pinball flipper keychains with game dot font initials and even the actual rubber in a variety of colors. So of course all my games now have matching flippers to the games themselves. Check him out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/gcpinball
Well of course time went by and all of sudden the next game arrives without one leaving. This now rendered my 5 key rack obsolete, so back to the drawing board. I went to the metal shop I found to ask about doing a custom piece. It was a $15 charge to start a custom design, which came off the final price. I gave them some ideas I had come up with to get started in the right direction. With just a weekend they came back with 6 designs all sorts of sizes and hook counts. I had them focus on one of the designs. We tweaked it a little for what I liked, needed, and wanted, then off to print. About 3 weeks from idea to wall. If your looking for that perfect key rack for your game room check them out or talk to them about something custom. You can find them at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtisanMetalShop
At this point, this is the room limit so it's the perfect end result for me, but where are your keys at?