Red Family Room Design Photos with a Built-in Media Wall
David Marquardt Architectural Photography
With so many generations gather at once there had to be amusement options to meet the demands of both young as well as the more mature. This space features a game room, bar, office and home theater.
Finstad's Carpet One
Warm, inviting and cozy! This could easily become your favorite room in the house! Beautiful, autumn colors and warm wall to wall carpeting complete the perfect family room. Flooring available at Finstad's Carpet One.
Mary Washer Designs
HELMAN SECHRIST Architecture
In Ex Design
Credit: Photography by Matt Round Photography.
Raumkompositionen Raphaela Pavenzinger
- Aufwertung des Wohnzimmers mit Vorhängen, Teppichen, Einzelmöbeln, Beleuchtung
Beyond Beige Interior Design Inc.
Designed by Beyond Beige www.beyondbeige.com Ph: 604-876-.3800 Randal Kurt Photography The Living Lab Furniture
Traditional library featuring bold artwork by Tadashi Hayakawa. Photo by Allen Thornton.
Benvenuti and Stein
Custom Built -in has artwork on sliding panel that hides the TV. Custom cabinetry crafted by Benvenuti and Stein for Evanston home remodel.
THEME There are two priorities in this room: Hockey (in this case, Washington Capitals hockey) and FUN. FOCUS The room is broken into two main sections (one for kids and one for adults); and divided by authentic hockey boards, complete with yellow kickplates and half-inch plexiglass. Like a true hockey arena, the room pays homage to star players with two fully autographed team jerseys preserved in cases, as well as team logos positioned throughout the room on custom-made pillows, accessories and the floor. The back half of the room is made just for kids. Swings, a dart board, a ball pit, a stage and a hidden playhouse under the stairs ensure fun for all. STORAGE A large storage unit at the rear of the room makes use of an odd-shaped nook, adds support and accommodates large shelves, toys and boxes. Storage space is cleverly placed near the ballpit, and will eventually transition into a full storage area once the pit is no longer needed. The back side of the hockey boards hold two small refrigerators (one for adults and one for kids), as well as the base for the audio system. GROWTH The front half of the room lasts as long as the family’s love for the team. The back half of the room grows with the children, and eventually will provide a useable, wide open space as well as storage. SAFETY A plexiglass wall separates the two main areas of the room, minimizing the noise created by kids playing and hockey fans cheering. It also protects the big screen TV from balls, pucks and other play objects that occasionally fly by. The ballpit door has a double safety lock to ensure supervised use.
Anne Folsom Smith Interior Design
Media room with built-in stereo cabinet, TV cabinet, lighted shelving for objets de art. Built in shelving made of wood.
Caulfield Krivanek Architecture
This cosy living room offers sumptuous places to relax with family and friends. Extensive joinery, gas fireplace and mood lighting add practicality whilst also creating a high level of comfort.
Liverpool Theme for a die-hard fan for his Entertainment room.