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Starting my own DIY gaming table project was a game-changer for me. My friends and I love board games, but we always struggled with not having enough space to play comfortably. This motivated me to build a gaming table tailored to our needs. I searched for plans that were easy to follow and didn't require expensive tools. My focus was on finding something that could accommodate our games and offer extra features like cup holders and storage spaces. The building process was enlightening. I…

Mattea Derr
Led Lighting System Home Décor, Home, Board Games, Game Room, Board Game Table, Led Lighting System, Game Master, Poker Table, Room

ABOUT THE COUNCILOR The Councilor... the table that started everything, introduced our innovative aluminum railing system, the charismatic wooden surfaces, the felt cap (another raised surface to play those long pen and paper sessions, games with bigger boards, or just dealing cards), the bluetooth sound system, the wireless charging, the

Mara Maxwell
Art, Home Décor, Man Cave, Board Games, Home, Board Game Table, Backgammon Board, Table Games, Backgammon Game

About Beautiful custom Backgammon game table. We just has this repainted. Mirrored panels inlayed in the sides and on the top in a rose color. Vintage acrylic backgammon pieces and dice. One corner has some scratches from handling, see photo. Acrylic pieces are a bit scratched and the rose colored mirrored pieces are vintage and have some marks and imperfections. Please see the detailed photos. Likely 1980’s piece, from a local estate.

Diy, Ideas, Haus, Keller, Bar, Interieur, Poker, Manualidades, Deco

With winter around the corner the golf outings turn into poker nights. My makeshift poker table from last year worked great but it was simple and too big. This year was the perfect time to invest in a new poker table but they are SO expensive so I decided to build my own. I wanted it to be small enough to reach comfortably across the table but also be able to seat 8 people. Since I was taking the time to build one I wanted to include LED lights and actual poker table speed cloth. Read on to…

Graham Whittier