Best Seats in the House: Your New Living Room

With the football season in full swing, many of you are probably spending your Sundays in your Robert Griffin III jerseys and your lucky sweatpants.

You’re also probably spending a lot of time in your living rooms wishing you had one more TV to watch NFL Red Zone on or that you had enough room for all of your friends. Well, wish no more, and turn those dreams into a reality. Get inspiration from these home entertainment rooms that can really bring your NFL experience to the next level.

Technology makes it possible to get any game you want at any time delivered to your TV screen and mobile device. But what happens when there are two great games on at the same time and there is an NHL game that just went in to overtime? Consider a wall of TVs that can put your multi-tasking skills to the test. This way, you won’t miss a moment of any game. Make sure to take the experience up a notch with theater seating so everyone can get a view of the action.

Contemporary Media Room by Burlingame Home Media Design & Installation Sight And Sounds

A viewing party with friends cannot be complete without a full-service drink station. A high-top bar with beer taps, bar stools and a TV is the perfect place to refresh drinks, socialize with guests and still have full view the game. It’s a great way to enjoy the bar experience without exorbitant bar tabs and crowds.

Contemporary Basement by West Chicago General Contractors Synergy Builders Inc.

Show your team colors with NFL-themed decorations. Consider a accent wall to show off your allegiance, whether it is deep purple for a Ravens fan or burgundy for a Redskins follower. Tie the rest of the room together with memorabilia from your favorite teams and posters of your favorite players.

Traditional Basement by Franklin Lakes Interior Designers & Decorators Maureen Fiori, AKBD, Allied Member ASID, CAPS
Contemporary Garage And Shed by Miami Architects & Designers House Design Group

Inevitably, there will be days when there is a lull in the action. This presents a great opportunity to get off the couch and entertain. Consider a foosball or pool table to feed into your competitive side. Using a sectional near the pool table is a great way to create the illusion of separate spaces in a large room or basement.

Traditional Basement by Boston Architects & Designers Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
Modern Media Room by Fairfield Architects & Designers Vicente Burin Architects

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