Turning a Room in Your Home Into A Sports Bar

As you get older and wiser, you should try designating your once child’s playroom or another room in your home to serve as your own personal sports bar. This room can be a comfortable place that will hit a homeroom with your friends. Everyone will be pleading to come watch that Super Bowl or World Series game in your sports bar. You should decorate it with a sports-theme in mind – either generically in a football, basketball or baseball theme or a combination thereof or, even better, with your favorite sports team or teams as the theme whereby you can show off your team spirit and loyalty and that team competitive spirit.

You will need rugs and flooring. You could use generic sports-themed rugs like in the shape of a specific sports ball field of play such as a baseball diamond or football field. Or, if your favorite sports team is the theme, you should be able to find plenty of rugs in your team’s colors accented by the team logo or mascot.

Next, you will need to think about wall décor. You should be able to find plenty of neon clocks, neon signs custom, framed jerseys and pictures of your favorite team or player, large wall pennants and wall decals. You can mix and match these and don’t be afraid to go all out.

Your bar should be build in the corner or on one side of the room. The bar area should include a refrigerator equipped with an ice maker to keep all of your water, soda, beer and refrigerated snack foods cold. The bar should also have a sink to quickly wash dishes and clean up small spills. You should put bar stools around the bar and as well as s neon type bar sign on the wall behind your bar. You should hang bar glasses from hooks in front of the bar. Place trimmings such as napkins and serving dishes handy – be sure they are in sports colors that go with your selected décor.

You will need one large (at least 42″) flat screen television on the wall which will be the focal point. I would also suggest putting a few more 19″ flat screen televisions on the wall so that the game can be watch throughout the room or multiple games can be watch simultaneously.

Be sure to strategically place sofas and chairs whereby you and your guests can at least see one of the televisions. Be sure to include end tables and coffee tables for your guests to put their drinks and snacks. Remember to add some team spirit with chairs that depict your favorite team in the team color with the team logo and mascot or chairs accented with generic sports décor.

If you have the extra space, you can add a pool table, ping pong table, air hockey table or foosball table. Your guests can enjoy these in between game or during halftime

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