Off late there is a new trend originating in home décor, that of themed-rooms. Till recently, most people would spend money on their child’s nursery or at most, if space permitted, on a game room. Now though, every sports and movie enthusiast to a casino and music lover is designating a separate area in their house to celebrate their beloved hobbies.
In the world of gambling, several changes have come about in the last couple of years. The one major shift has been towards online casinos, which allow people to earn money from the comfort of their homes. As a result, the need to have a designated space in a home that speaks of the casino lifestyle is more now than ever. One does need to point out that if your house is on a mortgage, gamble responsibly. And it might also be good to postpone decorating your room till you are financially stable. However, you can still start planning and when the time does come, here are some tips that can help make your casino room look genuinely fantastic.
The entire point of having a casino room is to create a space where you can play your games with ease and at any time of the day. While having a large screen connected to your laptop or a charging station for your phone is essential, so is a good internet connection. So, when starting to decorate, make sure you get functional internet connectivity in the room. If not, opt for a booster so that you can play your favourite games without interruptions.
The casino lifestyle is very much larger than life, but all of that looks good when you are walking down the Vegas Strip, or playing at one of the best casino hotels in Vegas. Back home, all the colours can come across as loud and even be a distraction when you are playing. Instead of going overboard with your decorations, go with subtle casino themed art. There are several prints available that highlight different aspects of gambling, from dice and a well-taken photo of the Vegas sign to a small sculpture that consists of poker chips. All of these add a sense of sophistication to your room.
Every room in your house needs to have one focal point. It can be a large painting to a bespoke furniture item. The same is true for your casino room. The trick though is to go with something functional and not just a showpiece. A desk that can be converted into a poker table or a cabinet, designed as a playing card, that opens up into a small bar, are some ideas that can give your room a more colourful character.
Lastly, remember this is your room, and it should speak of your personality. You can achieve this by adding items from your casino life as decoration pieces all around. Once again, the aim is to keep things simple. So, go with items that are smaller in size but hold a more emotional meaning to you. Some options are a family photo in front of the Vegas sign, a framed poker chip from your first every game, or the deck of cards on which you learnt how to play blackjack.