Friday, October 17, 2008

Todays Home Games Rooms - How good is yours?

Have you always dreamed that one day you'd be able to have that home entertainment room that you have always wanted? We have had the pleasure of doing business with a customer that has been lucky enough to be able to put together a home games room to be proud of. Technology of today and with the latest in home games room entertainment Bruce from Reading, England, has been able to produce a games room to be admired. Using among other products tournament lighting, cue racks and cues supplied by BBBilliards.



Bruce's games room as you can see is complete with flat screen TV, bar, fish tank and most importantly a quality pool table with tournament style pool table lighting. Don't just take our word for this tournament lighting being a quality piece of kit...In this prestigious games room Bruce explains that he plays regularly with a world championship level friend who recently played as part of a 5 man team that won the World Seniors 8 ball title in South Africa as well as recently winning the European 8 ball title in Blackpool and he says that the new lighting Bruce recently bought from BBBilliards and installed was a lovely bit of Kit.

Developing your own games room weather it be for you and your friends or for your family is a great opportunity to make something special that provides endless entertainment, the key to making your games room have a quality finished look like this is in the games room accessories. If you are looking for games to fit into your games room then we offer a wide range of games tables, from 14 in 1 multi games table to 5 and 6ft snooker tables and pool tables to 6 and 7ft slate bed pub style pool tables of free play home slate bed tables we stock it all.

So the final question is which direction are you going to take your games room design?



If you want to show off how good your games room is then please e-mail us at info@bbbilliards.co.uk and you and your games room could feature in a future BBBilliards blog.

1 comment:

merri said...

The first step in planning a game room is to pick a spacious spot in your home. A large den or a roomy loft will work nicely, but some gamers even convert their garage or build an addition to hold their dream entertainment room.
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