Summer in Georgia is nothing to guffaw at. And while we’re all for a good swim, there are also those days when you just want to stay in to be cool, away from the beating sun and heat. So how about a game room as an indoor summer fun alternative at home?
Get Your Kids Off Electronics
Staying indoors often means vegging out in front of the TV or playing video games all day for your kids, so we get that you want to send them outside. But your teenagers aren’t always going to be cooperative, and there will be days that you can’t be out in the yard with your little kids to keep an eye on them.
It’s in both your best interest and theirs to have a fun alternative inside too — whether that’s doing a full-scale game room, or just adding a game table to your entertaining space (such as in the basement).
Great for Entertaining
If you enjoy being the host/hostess with the mostest, then you’ll want to have a few options for entertaining your guest, especially if your home is a hub for larger social gatherings of friends or family. Fourth of July is fast approaching, and not everyone will want to be outdoors the entire time. A game table gives them options and creates great bonding opportunities for family or new connections with friends.
Game Table Options
There are several options to choose from when you’re looking at what game tables will best suit your needs:
Pool Table — The obvious choice for teenagers and adults alike. Choose from traditional or more elegant table designs to suit your decor.
Ping Pong Table — This is a game table the whole family can enjoy. Not to mention it makes for some interesting party games for the adult crowd.
Foosball Table — Another family or party classic, foosball can be very competitive and fun!
Shuffleboard Table — Bring some old tradition to your game room for new flair.
Give your friends and family choices when it comes to summer activities at your home. When they want to take a break from the pool and keep cool inside, give them the option of a game table!