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It’s All Fun and Games

Not too many years ago, even the most luxuriously appointed residential game rooms adhered to a traditional aesthetic. The vast majority of billiard tables, for example, featured carved wooden legs and were adorned in emerald-green felt. Naturally, the decor and accents of those rooms followed suit. Mahogany bar furniture was a given, and the lighting was intentionally dim. For decades, these spaces could best be described as cavernous, so it’s no surprise that the term man cave eventually took hold.

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