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House on Ravenhill #2Midcentury Games Room, Belfast

Gary Quigg

This is an example of a midcentury games room in Belfast with a reading nook, white walls, light hardwood flooring and a freestanding tv. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Spaeth added this to Is This Item the Unsung Hero of Interiors?30 November 2017

It can double as a media unitTV, set-top box, speakers, games console… You name it, it can probably fit on top of a sideboard. And you can hide away all of the kids’ games (and your CDs and DVDs) out of sight in the drawers and cupboards.

Cheryl Freedman added this to 13 Midcentury Modern-style Living Rooms We Love on Houzz28 April 2017

Add a bit on the sideThis room showcases why a sideboard is a mainstay of the midcentury modern look. It gives a room structure and personality, and makes blank walls more interesting. A sideboard is a great place to hide clutter and can even provide a dividing line in open-plan spaces. Its wide surface provides a handy area for a multitude of items, including a TV, as shown here. To get the midcentury look, choose a sideboard in warm, mid-toned wood. Look for original Danish versions in rosewood or teak, or if you’re on a budget, you can still get 1970s G-Plan numbers relatively cheaply in many secondhand shops.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

bghxox added this to living room19 September 2020

tray on legs concealing electric clutter

angeheathman added this to Decor9 February 2020

Big couch & little seating area.

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