When working with a small entertainment space you have two options: Build a game room around one kind of activity, or get games that don't take up a lot of space. For the first option, if you love a big table game, such as pool, air hockey, or foosball, you could design your room around that table. Prioritizing how a larger game into your design will ensure you have the room for it and that the room functions as a comfortable space. As a second option, prioritizing quantity means sticking to smaller versions of big games. Then with a simple coffee table, you have space to play pool, board games, mount a TV, and more. Think about your entertainment priorities and adjust for size.
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