Serious gamers like to set up a separate space for their hobby. Just like gym enthusiasts who will often dedicate a corner in their apartment for a bench press and a couple of dumbbells, video gamers prefer to have a serious setup for their gaming needs. The size of this gaming area will, of course, depend on how much hardware you need to place and how much space is available in your house or apartment.

In this piece, we will give you a couple of tips on how to utilize small space and help you design your own geek pad! Klara Czerwinska, an iGaming expert from Poland helped us compile this article with Polish gamers in mind. You can read more about Klara if you click here.

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Living room set-up

If you don’t have a spare room in your home and only want to use your bedroom for bedtime activities, the living room is the obvious place to set up your gaming equipment. Those who play console games, can simply mount a large TV on the wall and get a coffee table from ashley’s to store the console and the joysticks. Get a comfy sofa, lean back, and enjoy the game! Getting purple or blue background lighting for the TV is a good idea. Keep it off when entertaining guests and pop them on for your evening gaming sessions.

Cards room

If you like to play poker, blackjack, or baccarat with your friends, why not get a proper cards table (the one that is covered with green felt). This will give your game a more professional feel and will certainly impress your friends. However, if you prefer to play online, there is no investment you need to make on gamer room decor. At Polish online casinos, you can play card games, bingo, gry zdrapki, slot games, and much more.

Bedroom set-up

In Poland, the average age for men to leave the family nest is 28.8! That is a lot of gaming years at your parents’ place. No wonder that most Poles set up their gaming station right in their bedroom. Assuming that your bedroom is not that spacious we suggest mounting all screens on the walls. Corners can be utilized well and this way you can surround yourself with the action. Setting up blue lighting can make space look bigger and more serious. It is a good idea to get a good gaming chair if you put hours into this hobby. Your gaming corner can double as a work or study corner too, so make sure you leave some space for books, stationery, and perhaps a printer too.

Basement set-up

If the place you live in has a basement that is otherwise not in use, it could accommodate an excellent video gaming room. Usually, there is little or no natural light in basements which is ideal for video gaming. All you need to do is set up some ambient light that could be red, blue, or purple, depending on your preference. Instead of having ceiling light, go for floor lamps or light behind the screens. As there is a lack of ventilation, it is advisable to go for a cooling system from Trane or Rheem or any other.

Attic set-up

An attic could be the place for some of the best gaming room ideas. You don’t need a high ceiling for video gaming. Sloped walls are great for mounting some of your screens for a great and immersive gaming experience. Small attics that are not likely to be used for anything daily, can also host your collectibles. Set up some shelves to showcase them and they will be out of the way for accidental knock over.

Outdoor gaming setup ideas

Even though harsh outdoor light is not ideal for any screen time, you can easily set up an outdoor space for video gaming. All you need is a large tarp to give you some shade, a gaming projector, and a portable screen that can also double as a privacy divider.


Even if you can’t afford to buy a house with an extra room for gaming, you can set up a gaming corner in almost any part of your home indoors or outside. Hopefully, you found some inspiration while reading this article and are ready to take your gaming to the next level.

Chloe Miller

Chloe Miller, with a Bachelor’s in Interior Design from the New York School of Interior Design, has been an expert in home decor and design trends for 15 years. She joined our website in 2021, offering her expertise in space optimization, color schemes, and sustainable decor. Chloe’s prior experience includes working with interior design firms and as a freelance consultant. She is a DIY enthusiast and enjoys upcycling furniture in her spare time.

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