If you have the study option in your new Fulton Home and don’t really want to use the space that way, here’s a smart alternative, shown in this room from the Capital model at Seaboard in Cooley Station. Create a game room for your family and friends. With a game table in the center and a bookshelf to hold your family’s favorite board or card games, you’re ready for fun anytime.
More and more, people are choosing to unplug in the evening and spend time playing games as a family or with friends rather than watching television. This table is ideal for bridge or other four-person games. If you want to add more people, choose a table that expands when you want it to.
The design choices in this room suit the game-playing mood. The open shelving allows the board games to play an accessory role. The artwork has a playful ambience. Houseplants scattered around the room add warmth. Even the ceiling fan has a game-like style. When designing a game room, why not let the personality of the space reflect its function?
Tucked away from the main living space, this game room is ideal for ongoing Monopoly tournaments or a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle that will take more than one evening to finish.
To see this room in person, why not come down to Cooley Station and check out this model and all of our others? We’d love to see you there.