Design the Perfect Game Room for the Family with Amini's Home, Rugs and Game Room

Chesterfield, MO (PressExposure) November 24, 2009 -- Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Room has provided advice and layout designs to families and designers about how to achieve the perfect home game room. From updating their in-store showrooms to making personal trips to homes, Amini’s is always informed about the latest game room and home entertainment trends.

“With more than 33 years in the industry, we understand that designing a home game room is about more than just placing furniture,” said Arash Amini, CEO of Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Rooms. “It’s about combining function, fun and design to create an environment for the whole family. With quality products, a clear vision and a design plan, the process will be smooth and enjoyable.”

Amini’s Home Rugs and Game Room has provided the following suggestions for families who are designing a home game room:

Make a List: Sit down with the whole family and write out what you want to achieve with a home game room. This will dictate what kind of furniture and game tables will be the best suited for your family. After your list is complete, prioritize what is most important to the entire family.

Space Considerations and Traffic Flow: The size and layout of your room will determine the number and size of items you will be able to physically fit into the space. Have reasonable expectations, if you have small area, a large ping pong table might interrupt the flow of the room. For smaller spaces, vertical standing arcade games and dart boards might work better. For games that require electricity, consider how many electrical outlets you have available and where they are currently located.

Family Personality: A home game room must incorporate and include the whole family. The key to satisfying all members is to get their input during the design process. Also remember that you want your family to be able to grow with the design and enjoy it for years to come.

Choose a Theme: There is no rule that says you have to choose a theme and abide by it throughout the process, but themes can be a great starting point for choosing colors and room decorations. Strategically placing some matching pieces around your room will make it look more put together.

Draw a Design: Having a design will help you visualize the room with new furniture and game pieces. Amini’s website offers a free online room designing program where customers can enter a room’s dimensions and place game room specific items in the layout. Everything will resize to give an accurate spatial representation of what the room will look like. You can start from scratch or use a pre-made design and add and remove things such as plants, card tables and home theater sectionals.

To aid customers in the home game room design process, Amini’s Home Rugs and Game Room provides personal shopping consultants at all locations; St. Louis, Kansas City, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The professional design staff can also be contacted online at

About Amini's Home, Rugs and Game Rooms

Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Rooms, home of the copper dome, is the nation’s largest retailer of game room furniture, area rugs, outdoor furniture, theater seating and barstools. Specializing in everything for the game room, Amini’s carries brand name American-made pool tables, video games, pinball machines, shuffleboards, air hockey tables and foosball tables. With locations in St. Louis, Kansas City, Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Rooms focuses on all aspects of putting together a game room, including offering complimentary design services; professional, in-home installation teams; the lowest price selection including tables priced under two thousand dollars and layaway programs. For more information, please visit

Press Contact:
Meg Fullenkamp
Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Rooms
17377 Chesterfield Airport Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005

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Press Release Submitted On: November 24, 2009 at 1:39 am
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