Today, we are wrapping up the project reveal for our Seattle Magnolia Project. Last week we revealed the warm and tranquil master bedroom, if missed it, you can check that out here. We have loved revealing this modern Northwest coastal home with you all and are sad to see it come to an end. To finish, today we will be walking you through the last space: the game room! Our clients wanted a space where they could all relax and kick up their feet or host game nights with family and friends.
The game room is on the third floor of their home and has a balcony. It overlooks the most beautiful views of the trees and a lake. We used this scenery as a jumping off point when choosing a color palette for the room. The room is large enough to accommodate a variety of games and activities, and include plenty of seating for their guests. So we decided to break up the room into two sections. One area to lounge and watch movies and another area with a table and chairs. Our first thought was to create an area where games could easily be played on a stable surface. How perfect is this table for playing cards? We are loving the look of a contrasting table and chairs so we went with this gorgeous black round table and paired it with these neutral wishbone chairs adding style and functionality. We complimented the table with our dotted planter and these stunning fresh flowers from the Pike Place Market. The wall art is one of our favorites. It was the perfect element to tie into the coastal theme with its blue and green tones.
You can't have a game room without a big, comfortable couch. Our clients already had this neutral, cozy, sectional that we incorporated into the design. We opted against a coffee table and instead chose this fun upholstered ottoman. It's great for adding additional seating as well as creating another place for games! We dressed the space up with minimal, but tasteful decor - selected from LW Home.
That wraps up our Seattle Magnolia Project and our project reveals for 2022! We are so excited for what is to come in 2023 and cannot wait to show you all what we have been working on. Thanks for stopping by!
Photography by: John C. Woodcock