A pool table should not be designated to a corner of the basement, but rather showcased in a cozy game room that is stylish as well as functional. A one-table billiard room requires enough space around the table to accommodate the range of a stroke of the cue from all angles, while also accounting for chairs, the storage rack and any other furniture that is or will be present. Explore some of our billiards room design ideas and example.
The key to creating an elegant décor for your billiards room is knowing which colors and textures to choose and how to combine them. Neutrals are always simple and safe options. You could paint the walls beige, maybe add a few brown details and opt for rich colors and textures for your wooden furniture. The lighting also plays an important role so make sure you choose everything carefully.
Lighting is important to the design of a billiards room. Billiard rooms need overhead lighting, and a multi-bulb light fixture specifically designed for illuminating a billiard table is most often used. Such fixtures are available in both incandescent and fluorescent models, and range from crude to highly ornate.
When designing a billiard room you have endless options. Everything depends on your desire and your home decor. Every color looks great if you use it right.
If you prefer a modern décor for your billiards room then you should focus your attention on maintaining a certain simplicity throughout the room and choosing chic and stylish accessories. The colors are also important and you opt, in this case, for a simple and neutral background with a few bold accents throughout the décor.
Usually when you’re playing pool you often feel the need to take a break, have a drink or simply sit at the bar while your friend(s) take a turn at trying to beat your score (assuming you’re good at this game). It’s why having a bar in the billiards room seems like a very natural design choice.