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  • Tips and Tricks for Creating a Family-Friendly Living Area

    games of skillWhen it comes to designing a living space, family wants and needs should be a top priority. Especially with today's distracting technology, it's important to have an area in your home where you and your kids can relax, talk, and even play fun games of skill. This article provides a few ways to make your living area more family-friendly.

    All family areas should include a fun factor. This can be brightly colored walls or furniture, fun artwork, or inviting toys and games. It's important to have a practical living space that will also be inviting towards children. In doing this, younger family members will feel comfortable and won't feel like the area is only for grown ups.

    Built-in storage can be a great option in order to store books, toys, and blankets. Let's be honest, it's hard keeping the house clean when you have kids. In order to have easy access to storage areas, you should consider furniture storage or even bay window seats with storage underneath. These storage options not only help you stay organized, but also serve as a functional, stylish storage option.

    When it comes to furniture, every family should have an extra-long couch or sectional. Whether you have one kid or five, there can never be too much room on the sofa. Having an extra-long sofa will allow you and your family to all sit together when watching a movie, telling stories, or simply hanging out.

    Another thing to consider when choosing furniture is easy-clean surfaces. Kids, and adults, can be messy and accidentally spill food and drinks on furniture. For areas in your home designed for relaxing, entertaining, and playing, you should choose washable and sturdy fabrics. This way, when something is spilled, it's a quick and easy cleanup.

    If you're completely remodeling an area in your home, you should consider turning it into a recreation room. According to a 2016 U.S. Houzz and Home Survey, 29% of custom built homes incorporated an entertainment and gaming room. This allows for a designated area for family entertainment. Your rec room could include a pool table or games of skill like board games, all of which provide learning and challenging fun.

    When designing a family-friendly area in your home, it's important to remember to appeal to all members of your family. In doing this, you will provide an area that brings your family together for relaxing, playing, and most importantly, bonding.

  • Thinking About Buying a Pool Table? Make Sure It's Slate

    family funThe first billards game table was built sometime in the 1700s. The first pool room was built in England, in 1765. Back then, if you wanted a pool table, you probably had to get it made of wood. However, these days you can fit your recreation room with pool tables made from all kinds of materials. The most common of these is slate, and there is a very good reason for this.

    Slate pool tables are used in nearly all pool table designs. Outdoor pool tables, pool hall tables, or just your simple family fun table in a rec room. The material has many benefits, including:

    Consitently Straight Shots
    A slate pool table can provide a very consistent shot quality. In a game of skill like billards, this is incredibly important for players. Even a minor shift in the table can mean the difference between a good shot and a poor one. That is the reason why most pool tables will be made of slate, and not wood or any other material.

    Less Chance of Warping
    Non-slate tables are very prone to issues caused by the environment and atmosphere around them. This includes warping. Wood is the most guilty of this, as dampness will cause the material to warp in either very low or high temperatures. They also have a tendency to warp very quickly. This can mean your table will be disfigured and unable to be reliably played on. This can hurt the consistency of shots, and force you to have to make costly repairs.

    Quality Make
    Slate pool tables are often very well made. They are extremely level and hard to damage, and thus can be used for years. They will allow you to play the very best that you can without outside interference. Poorly crafted pool tables are more likely to be made from other materials, and that can show when you attempt to make shots that are otherwise easy on a slate table.

    If you're looking for great family fun on a good pool table, then you want to make sure you get the best quality. While they may be heavier and more expensive than a wood or a synthetically made material, slate pool tables are among the best that you can have. Make the investment that will last you decades, get a slate table.

  • 2 Questions You Need to Ask Before Creating a Rec Room

    According to a 2016 Houzz and Home survey, over two-thirds of U.S. homeowners using the home improvement website had plans to create or include a recreation room in their newly-built home. If you're familiar with the recreation room designs in larger homes, you know that one of the most important parts of the room is the pool table.

    A lot of family entertainment rooms include a pool table and some of them are even designed specifically for the table itself, effectively turning them into pool rooms. Typical qualities of a pool room include a wide berth around the billiards table and central lighting over the table to highlight its presence.

    But if you're a new homeowner and you want to create a recreation room, you might not know exactly what you're doing. There's a big difference between looking at pictures and actually designing a recreation room, after all. So to help you get started, here are two questions you need to ask:

    Who will use this room the most?

    When you're creating a rec room, you need to think about its users. Will the kids use it most? Are you going to need a relaxing spot away from the kids? The ultimate design of your room will depend on the answers to these types of questions. A playroom may require more space for children's toys, while a game room or social area may call for more seating options and food or drink storage. Your family and your social habits will ultimately determine part of the answer to the next question, as well.

    What will this room's primary function be?

    It's important to figure out color, layout, and size as you develop your rec room, but most of those decisions rely on one thing: the room's primary purpose. Is this room going to be used mainly as a playroom for the kids? Are you planning on a room dedicated to retro video games?
    No matter the size of your space, its purpose will be the deciding factor in how that space is used. For example, a room dedicated to pool will likely be designed around the table, as discussed above.

    Depending on space's size, you might be able to cut it into pieces for different activities in different areas. You could create a fun playroom for the kids, and make another a place where adults can watch TV or make drinks at the bar. The end result is up to you!

    There are a lot of options when it comes to recreation rooms, and you can design them however you'd like. But before you finalize your design and start in on the work, make sure you've answered the two primary questions above. After all, a rec room isn't realistic if nobody's using it.

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