His & Hers Sanctuaries, WandsworthContemporary Games Room, London
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Embrace a lack of lightWhen considering the location of your snug, think about how and when you’re going to use the space. For example, if you plan to use it as a creative area during the day, you’ll require access to natural light, but if your aim is to watch TV in the evening, windows might not be necessary.In this home, designer Yoko Kloeden, has transformed an adjoining garage into a TV and games room. The room is small and dark, but that only adds to its cosy appeal.Get more inspiration from this 1930s family home.
An adjoining garage was turned into another small living room, which is used as a games room. The space has a cocooning feel, with dark walls and a moss green velvet sofa.Sofa, Camerich. Cushions, Style Library. Wall shelf, Connox.