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Gamer rooms have quickly gathered status in the home, promoting gaming stations from a dusty corner of a bedroom or lounge to fully fledged and styled out setups. Gaming is no longer a past time just for kids, virtual platforms of recreation have became a go-to for all ages–particularly in response to social restrictions brought about during 2020. Gaming setups are now comfortable, themed, custom lit and immersive, and we’ve put together 40 of our favourite designs to inspire you to upgrade yours. Take a tour through themed desk spaces, simple gaming room decor for the minimalist mindset, multi screen setups, cool headphone stands and acoustic solutions.
The digital world has no boundaries. You can travel anywhere you want to in games, so how about a gallery of travel posters to open up your gaming desk space too.
Photographer: Howard Bouchevereau
Another travel posters trip, touring Paris and New York.
Designer: Alexandro Lens
Desks can run expensive but there are beautiful budget options too. This Ikea trestle desk and swivel chair make a stylish pair that won’t bring the bank.
To up your game, this bright red Eames style armchair drops in a striking designer statement.
If space is tight, you might want to stick to a simpler aesthetic, like this clean minimalist setup. A contrasting cool white and warm wood tone desk adds tonal interest.
Balance out game memorabilia with some more sophisticated decorative items. This Super Mario collectible looks right at home amongst a new world of indoor plants and animal figurines. Gotta love that triple screen setup with a portrait rotation to cover all bases.
A Scandi style gaming room will benefit from a Louqe Ghost PC case that stays true to its minimalist Scandinavian origins. A cool headphone stand and the JWDA table lamp by Menu complete the crisp look.
Tone down the reverb. Two tone acoustic foam panels form a diamond pattern here, so not only will they control the noise but they look pretty great too.
Give your gaming room a loft look with white brick wall panels. These guys can add the industrial effect to any nook, cranny or sloping ceiling.
Nature and neon. This light strip angled against a raw concrete background smacks of bright neon signs in industrial settings. A botanical desktop wallpaper and indoor plants balance out the cold combo.
LEDs are colour matched with the desktop wallpaper in this coordinated setup, whilst an anglepoise lamp stands by to offer focussed task light. See more unique table lamps.
If you want to incorporate indoor plants into your scheme, then how about pushing the boat out and cultivating a full vertical garden wall? You’ll feel as though you’ve been with nature even if you’ve been glued to the screen all day.
When stakes are high, set the lights low. Ambient lighting glows softly around this desk to keep focus where it matters.
Continue the view. This double screen set up tags on the end of the window view, which allows natural light to get past the corner monitor setup by day, and the city lights to sparkle by night.
Keep it coordinated. White speakers, white keyboard and a matching cool headphone stand keep this design crisp and clear.
Another colourful keyboard ties in with a gallery wall of architectural art prints.
Choose a modern home office desk with storage to tuck away messy gaming accessories.
Designer: David Zhang
Your digital world doesn’t have to be devoid of all that is natural. Feel grounded with a natural timber desk and nature desktops.
Designer: Mr Josi
Reinvent the ordinary with eye catching PC towers and beautiful speakers.
Elevate beautiful speakers with stands and raise monitors onto the wall.
This wall mounted screen is accentuated with a recessed lighting scheme of colourful LED ribbons.
A backlit monitor announces the main event.
Another backlit wall mounted screen, this time with a warming aura.
Let your hardware be your inspiration. The blue LED strips in this gamer room are inspired by an Alienware desktop computer.
Make your own sunset with a burning red horizon.
Source: Nano Leaf
If there’s one thing that sticks out in any gaming or desk setup, its the computer chair, so pick a great one. This computer chair
Herman Miller Sayl chair as a transparent lightweight look that sits gently in the scheme.
Mix it up with multiple light sources.
Our homes are bedecked with TV statement walls and headboard feature walls, so why not a textured gaming wall?
Source: Nano Leaf
More Nanoleaf formation inspo.
Girly gamers all hail this adorable bubblegum pink covered scheme.
Designer: David Zhang
Celebrate the line of symmetry.
Get serious on sound with a full surround of acoustic panels.
Bash out a simple but effective scheme in black and white
Gaming is life right? Go all in with an immersive screen setup.