6,581 game room garage conversion Home Design Ideas, Pictures and Inspiration
A fresh take on traditional style, this sprawling suburban home draws its occupants together in beautifully, comfortably designed spaces that gather family members for companionship, conversation, and conviviality. At the same time, it adroitly accommodates a crowd, and facilitates large-scale entertaining with ease. This balance of private intimacy and public welcome is the result of Soucie Horner’s deft remodeling of the original floor plan and creation of an all-new wing comprising functional spaces including a mudroom, powder room, laundry room, and home office, along with an exciting, three-room teen suite above. A quietly orchestrated symphony of grayed blues unites this home, from Soucie Horner Collections custom furniture and rugs, to objects, accessories, and decorative exclamationpoints that punctuate the carefully synthesized interiors. A discerning demonstration of family-friendly living at its finest.
Games room ideas. Comfortable feel. - ellinisinteriors
The main living/games room houses its own fully functional bar with a wall of wine racks behind glazed doors and free standing island bench. The floor is walnut travertine stone tiles. The games room also has a wall of openable glazed doors that look onto the owners car colection and are a feature of the room.
Games room looking into car garage - michaels dream - gaynor_day72
Garage converted to a game room
Design ideas for a medium sized beach style double garage workshop in New York.
Garage?! Oh my gosh, everyone in the U.K. needs to see this. Maybe minus the sofa so there's still vehicle space - jill_morris8156184
CHC Creative Remodeling
Rustic family and games room in Kansas City with a game room.
This is similar to my vision in my head - jimbob_86
This is an example of a contemporary family and games room in Other with blue walls, a game room and brown floors.
If room [suspect not], like the face to face sofas, allowing double use of the room - chrisreadinteriors
A young family of five seeks to create a family compound constructed by a series of smaller dwellings. Each building is characterized by its own style that reinforces its function. But together they work in harmony to create a fun and playful weekend getaway.
barn doors as window treatments - webuser_695936607
These homeowners really wanted a full garage space where they could house their cars. Their one car garage was overflowing as a storage space and they felt this space could be better used by their growing children as a game room. We converted the garage space into a game room that opens both to the patio and to the driveway. We built a brand new garage with plenty of room for their 2 cars and storage for all their sporting gear! The homeowners chose to install a large timber bar on the wall outside that is perfect for entertaining! The design and exterior has these homeowners feeling like the new garage had been a part of their 1958 home all along! Design by Hatfield Builders & Remodelers | Photography by Versatile Imaging
Rosedale ‘PARK’ is a detached garage and fence structure designed for a residential property in an old Toronto community rich in trees and preserved parkland. Located on a busy corner lot, the owner’s requirements for the project were two fold:
1) They wanted to manage views from passers-by into their private pool and entertainment areas while maintaining a connection to the ‘park-like’ public realm; and
2) They wanted to include a place to park their car that wouldn’t jeopardize the natural character of the property or spoil one’s experience of the place.
The idea was to use the new garage, fence, hard and soft landscaping together with the existing house, pool and two large and ‘protected’ trees to create a setting and a particular sense of place for each of the anticipated activities including lounging by the pool, cooking, dining alfresco and entertaining large groups of friends.
Using wood as the primary building material, the solution was to create a light, airy and luminous envelope around each component of the program that would provide separation without containment. The garage volume and fence structure, framed in structural sawn lumber and a variety of engineered wood products, are wrapped in a dark stained cedar skin that is at once solid and opaque and light and transparent.
The fence, constructed of staggered horizontal wood slats was designed for privacy but also lets light and air pass through. At night, the fence becomes a large light fixture providing an ambient glow for both the private garden as well as the public sidewalk. Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the garage separating the pool area and the parked car is an assembly of wood framed windows clad in the same fence material. When illuminated, this poolside screen transforms from an edge into a nearly transparent lantern, casting a warm glow by the pool. The large overhang gives the area by the by the pool containment and sense of place. It edits out the view of adjacent properties and together with the pool in the immediate foreground frames a view back toward the home’s family room. Using the pool as a source of light and the soffit of the overhang a reflector, the bright and luminous water shimmers and reflects light off the warm cedar plane overhead. All of the peripheral storage within the garage is cantilevered off of the main structure and hovers over native grade to significantly reduce the footprint of the building and minimize the impact on existing tree roots.
The natural character of the neighborhood inspired the extensive use of wood as the projects primary building material. The availability, ease of construction and cost of wood products made it possible to carefully craft this project. In the end, aside from its quiet, modern expression, it is well-detailed, allowing it to be a pragmatic storage box, an elevated roof 'garden', a lantern at night, a threshold and place of occupation poolside for the owners.
Photo: Bryan Groulx
Low level fence set back with spots? - superwhits
$8,000 Builder credit paid to you towards window coverings, closing costs or interest buy-down! Magazine quality kitchen w/ expensive high gloss white finish, frosted glass showcase and soft close / pull-out cabinetry * Upgraded touch faucet * Upgraded composite granite sink for durability * Upgraded GE Cafe SS appliances * Upgraded 4" solid hardwood flooring * Upgraded slimline fireplace * Upgraded tankless water heater for high efficiency* Upgraded solid core doors throughout (twice the price of standard hollow core) * Upgraded custom handmade wrought-iron rail / with butcher block wood stairsystem * Rec/Media Room w/ upgraded roll-up garage door double pane & insulated for energy efficiency * Expansive patio with panoramic unobstructed city skyline AND mountain views perfect for entertaining* Full wet bar w/ wine refrigerator, sink and storage * 4 bedroom potential (call broker for specs) * 2 car detached garage * Ample storage space in 14' garage and temp controlled 3' crawl space.
Children’s room concept furniture - gojobome
Charming lake cottage on Lake Minnetonka.
Classic family and games room in Minneapolis with a game room.
like the bench seating on the side, and TV would be good in games room - sfmcdermid
Inspiration for a country family and games room in Austin with a game room.
Wood effect - jimbob_86
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Photo of a classic single garage in Los Angeles.
Size, possibly lower level for storage. - jl_malpas
Photography: David Dietrich
Builder: Tyner Construction
Interior Design: Kathryn Long, ASID
Design ideas for a traditional family and games room in Other with concrete flooring, a game room and white walls.
pool table, cottage, barn, photography
Inspiration for a coastal office/studio/workshop in New York.
bbq area/garden shed idea!! all white - 2016renovation
BIlliard Room, Corralitas Villa
Louie Leu Architect, Inc. collaborated in the role of Executive Architect on a custom home in Corralitas, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli.
Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a village. The house incorporates sustainable and energy efficient criteria, such as 'passive-solar' orientation and high thermal and acoustic insulation. The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach.
Photography by Marco Ricca.
flat fronted bar but with a curved top to add shape - sammy_williams19
Jacob Lilley Architects
Location: Lincoln, MA, USA
A traditional Cape Home serves as the backdrop for the addition of a new two story garage. The design and scale remain respectful to the proportions and simplicity of the main house. In addition to a new two car garage, the project includes first level mud and laundry rooms, a family recreation room on the second level, and an open stair providing access from the existing kitchen. The interiors are finished in a tongue and groove cedar for durability and its warm appearance.