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Let's see pics of game rooms!


By erak

9 years ago



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    #11151 1 year ago

    No, to heavy for road racing, Mexican block 302, 306 now.

    #11152 1 year ago
    Quoted from lurch:

    Out there a few weeks ago. Looked at a $1M 1200 sqft house (what I'd call an efficiency) in silicon valley. That's just bat shit crazy.

    Yep you about hit the nail on the head there. #BSC2018

    #11153 1 year ago

    Wish my game room was done

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    #11154 1 year ago

    Newest addition to the game room/garage

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    #11155 1 year ago

    That is an awesome fridge!

    #11156 1 year ago
    Quoted from lurch:

    Normally it wouldnt be an issue but with a $3400 mortgage...... Not as much "FU" money as I had previously. I'll get some cheap arcades over the next few months then consolidate them into a new pin or two as things progress.

    I’d happily trade you mortgage payments.

    #11157 1 year ago
    Quoted from Blitzburgh99:

    Newest addition to the game room/garage

    Why is it (mostly) empty?

    #11158 1 year ago
    Quoted from lurch:

    Normally it wouldnt be an issue but with a $3400 mortgage...... Not as much "FU" money as I had previously. I'll get some cheap arcades over the next few months then consolidate them into a new pin or two as things progress.

    Last time I was in Leesburg was the 80's. All I remembered was a sleepy, quaint little town in VA with an old theater somewhere 'downtown'. Then decades later I saw an article or whatnot...wow, what a change! Didn't even recognize it.

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    #11159 1 year ago

    Subterranean gameroom/garage accessible via private elevator.

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    #11160 1 year ago
    Quoted from snaroff:

    Subterranean gameroom/garage accessible via private elevator.

    Awesome! Is it wrong to ask for pics of the elevator in this thread?

    #11161 1 year ago
    Quoted from snakesnsparklers:

    Awesome! Is it wrong to ask for pics of the elevator in this thread?

    It's not nearly as exciting as the games...trust me

    snaroff

    #11162 1 year ago
    Quoted from SirScott:

    Why is it (mostly) empty?

    It needed cleaned .... made progress today

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    #11163 1 year ago
    Quoted from snaroff:

    Subterranean gameroom/garage accessible via private elevator.

    With garage doors and a house number?! Crazy!

    #11164 1 year ago
    Quoted from yzfguy:

    With garage doors and a house number?! Crazy!

    Garage door must be for easy haul in/out of all the games. I wish I had that

    #11165 1 year ago
    Quoted from jesperpark:

    Garage door must be for easy haul in/out of all the games. I wish I had that

    That's definitely a benefit, but the garage door is also important for easy in/out of autos...

    snaroff

    #11166 1 year ago
    Quoted from snaroff:

    Subterranean gameroom/garage accessible via private elevator.

    Now that's one of a kind. Nice.

    #11167 1 year ago
    Quoted from lurch:

    Yeah, google: "richest county in US" and thats where i live. Used to be farmland when i grew up, now expensive ass houses.

    Same thing is happening around my in-laws. People paying over 30k an acre and building million dollar+ houses.

    #11168 1 year ago
    Quoted from mbwalker:

    Last time I was in Leesburg was the 80's. All I remembered was a sleepy, quaint little town in VA with an old theater somewhere 'downtown'. Then decades later I saw an article or whatnot...wow, what a change! Didn't even recognize it.

    I'm not even sure I recognize it and I've lived most of my life. It's nuts. Everyday there's a new building or development going up. I do miss those small town days of the 80s!!!!

    #11169 1 year ago

    It still has all the nice country roads and horse farms... just a lot of traffic back logs. I'm off route 15 a couple states up and it's pretty much the same situation

    #11170 1 year ago
    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    No, to heavy for road racing, Mexican block 302, 306 now.

    Nice!

    #11171 1 year ago
    Quoted from snaroff:

    Subterranean gameroom/garage accessible via private elevator.

    Amazing! What a collection!

    #11172 1 year ago
    Quoted from snaroff:

    Subterranean gameroom/garage accessible via private elevator.

    Nice collection and games room! I love the mix of all era games.

    #11173 1 year ago

    More pics....less chat!

    #11174 1 year ago
    Quoted from Blitzburgh99:

    It needed cleaned .... made progress today

    You need some Molson Canadian in there!

    #11175 1 year ago

    The lady I lay with has started the next phase of her hand drawn art on the walls.

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    #11176 1 year ago

    Here are the other side of the walls that she previously drew on.

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    #11177 1 year ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    Here are the other side of the walls that she previously drew on.

    Mario should be sporting some crazy pants.

    #11178 1 year ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    Here are the other side of the walls that she previously drew on.

    Did you know nintendo acttauly has its own house paint? we used the sky blue on my boys room.

    #11179 1 year ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    Here are the other side of the walls that she previously drew on.

    To go full on geek mode here I’d like to state that I recognized this as World 1-1 from Super Mario Bros. 3 on the NES.
    Oh and by the way, that brick box on the right contains a leaf.

    Your wife does an awesome job!

    #11180 1 year ago
    Quoted from mario_1_up:

    Did you know nintendo acttauly has its own house paint? we used the sky blue on my boys room.

    Had no clue! I just informed her and she said “that would have been nice to know a year ago!”

    #11181 1 year ago
    Quoted from Koos:

    To go full on geek mode here I’d like to state that I recognized this as World 1-1 from Super Mario Bros. 3 on the NES.
    Oh and by the way, that brick box on the right contains a leaf.
    Your wife does an awesome job!

    You nailed it! SM3 is her favorite. She got to pick the theme for the steps. I get pick the themes for the basement and I can’t wait! One wall will he a pac-man level, another wall is going to be Donkey Kong level 1. And then I’m going to have her draw some super large characters on the other walls of Dirk the Daring, Scorpion and Sub Zero, Joust, Ryu, and Frogger are some of the possibilities.

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    #11182 1 year ago

    I love me some smb3

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    #11183 1 year ago
    Quoted from Chosen_S:

    I love me some smb3

    Haha nice. Goddamn I coulcn't even begin to think aboot how much time we put on SM3

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    #11184 1 year ago

    Finally finished our basement this year and the builder took some great photos of it:
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    #11185 1 year ago
    Quoted from RTR:

    Finally finished our basement this year and the builder took some great photos of it:

    Amazing looking room brother! Love the mix of wood on the ceilings the polished floors and brick and barn board walls. Truly awesome

    #11186 1 year ago
    Quoted from RTR:

    Finally finished our basement this year and the builder took some great photos of it:

    Wow, great pins a killer decor. How many acres in the basement? I would have never thought of getting blue countertop.

    #11187 1 year ago

    Gotta watch for cabinet fade with all of that sunlight coming in.

    #11188 1 year ago

    WOW!!
    What did you use for that brick wall look? I want to do this!

    #11189 1 year ago
    Quoted from RTR:

    Finally finished our basement this year and the builder took some great photos of it:

    Looks amazing, and what a great location for the shuffle table! I wish I had space for one of those.

    #11190 1 year ago
    Quoted from RTR:

    Finally finished our basement this year and the builder took some great photos of it:

    That's your basement? WOW love it.

    #11191 1 year ago
    Quoted from StylesBitchly:

    What did you use for that brick wall look?

    Bricks.

    #11192 1 year ago
    Quoted from StylesBitchly:

    WOW!!
    What did you use for that brick wall look? I want to do this!

    Looks like Robinson Thin brick product we used on one of our kitchen walls. Real brick cut very thin. I’m assuming it’s that or something similar.

    #11193 1 year ago
    Quoted from Psw757:

    Looks like Robinson Thin brick product we used on one of our kitchen walls. Real brick cut very thin. I’m assuming it’s that or something similar.

    That's what I was thinking.

    #11194 1 year ago

    Thanks guys, we worked hard on this project! Wife picked the blue countertops with everyone scratching their heads until it was installed, now she's a genius!

    The brick is actual brick. The wall behind the pins was a cement basement wall. They built a 2x4 wall right up against it and then bricked it up. The brick wall where the TV is just went up against the existing wall. We wanted to feel like we were someplace else when we are in the basement, now it feels like a real bar!

    #11195 1 year ago
    Quoted from hlaj78:

    Gotta watch for cabinet fade with all of that sunlight coming in.

    I gotta get those darn shades ordered!

    #11196 1 year ago
    Quoted from RTR:

    I gotta get those darn shades ordered!

    May want to consider UV blocking window tint.....

    #11197 1 year ago
    Quoted from RTR:

    Thanks guys, we worked hard on this project! Wife picked the blue countertops with everyone scratching their heads until it was installed, now she's a genius!
    The brick is actual brick. The wall behind the pins was a cement basement wall. They built a 2x4 wall right up against it and then bricked it up. The brick wall where the TV is just went up against the existing wall. We wanted to feel like we were someplace else when we are in the basement, now it feels like a real bar!

    How many sq. ft.? Looks huge!

    #11198 1 year ago

    The lens the photographer used is making a large room look even larger! I'm assuming a wide angle. Whatever the glass is on it though it takes beautiful pictures. Room looks great, I'll echo the thoughts on the blue counter top, very cool. Polished/epoxied concrete floor is nice, barn boards backing the dart board is great too, any miss shots will look right at home on the wall I'm guessing if it is distressed wood. This looks like a room you'd find in houzz for sure.

    #11199 1 year ago
    Quoted from mbwalker:

    How many sq. ft.? Looks huge!

    The room is pretty big, but the lens does make it look bigger and the ceiling is about 10' making it look huge. It's about 45 x 20, so roughly 900 sf.

    The shuffleboard is a 20' table.

    #11200 1 year ago

    Honestly, if you could just tidy things up a bit better, it would be perfect

    I agree, the blue counter is just brilliant. What a great look.

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