Basement Pool Table Ideas
Having a pool table at home is such a great and fun idea for all ages of the host and guests. Actually, these days teenagers and young adults are luckier than their 18th-century peer’s when billiards was only their favorite basement decoration and design and also show their personality. So basement pool table ideas are one of the main characters for this purpose.
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Let me introduce you to the Hamilton billiard table. Elegance comes with pedestal arc shape legs and functionality comes with the reversible dining top. Either way, the table looks gorgeous.
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Some zones do not allow a basement so, don’t worry about your planned pleasure. The garage was converted into a nice room to put your pool table and decorated nicely matching the living room color. Trestle-inspired legs and distressed stains bring the southern country breeze into your living space.
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The terra cotta colors are added to the epoxy coating, wildlife-inspired accents, a balanced combination of cow skin and leather upholstery, and classic game tables, and pool tables.
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Imagination is endless if your passion is interior design and home decoration. I would like to introduce you to two creative pieces in this basement design. Please take a moment to look at the ceilings and the light fixtures: The light fixture over the pool table has a horizontal pole with the billiard balls in coordinated color order.
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Aristocratic castle style Ottocento Pool table with embellished woodworks, tassel covered ball pockets follows the color code in the living room. Elegant-looking standard-size pool table.
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I can call this room a royal game room. Customized wood wall panels and molding, wood-covered pillars, and leather upholstery are finely selected. Purple and gold tones are so soft and very inviting for any kind of game: Billard, poker and video games are all in one.
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Natural color palette improves the quality of the perspective, especially in no-windows spaces. The best friends are responsible for the entertainment one more time: Pool table and foosball table.
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How to entertain your guests? This question is not fitting to this basement where many options are available for entertainment. From a scribbling game to a pool table or from a wet bar to in front of the fireplace conversation or watching a superball, the ideas can be stretched out. Loving and charming design.
Basement Pool Room Styles
Just like home decoration styles, basement pool tables have their own matching styles. The most common styles are Victorian, Rustic, Mid Century, Farmhouse, Contemporary, and Craftsman Style.
Basement Blue Pool Table Fabric Color Selections
There is a wide selection of colors from black to very light cream tones. Unfortunately, even though the black and cream look beautiful and match without hesitation with any home decor, they both are not suitable for playing billiards.
Black has the darkest shadows which makes the pockets almost invisible when playing and lucky number 8 is not easily recognizable. By the same shadow rule, bright colors bring extra brightness and may cause some headaches while combined with the basement lighting.
Basement Billiard Table Surface Ideas
A playfield, billiard cloth, and playing with ballas. It is also mostly called felt and felt can be made out of real wool or polyester.
The standard colors are red, royal blue, and green for pool tables. Other colors are burgundy, black, purple, slate blue, electric blue, spruce, sage, navy blue, charcoal, gray, camel, and cream respectively.