While you can hold your weekly card game at any table in your home, having a dedicated poker room is a dream come true for poker enthusiasts. But even if you’re lucky enough to have a spare room, coming up with the right design for your poker room isn’t always easy. The key is to combine comfort and style so you and your guests feel like you’ve stepped into the elegant poker room at your favorite casino.
See below our selection of the best poker rooms:
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This Dallas poker room plays up the classic men’s club look to the fullest. Tufted brown leather chairs, a burled walnut game table, a plaid rug and even an oil painting of hunting dogs gives this space country-estate elegance.
This Atlanta poker room was designed by Pineapple House Interior Design for a five-time Super Bowl winner. A great mix of traditional and modern decor, this space blends wood-paneled walls, pinstriped chairs, a contemporary rug and abstract art.
This sleek poker room in Sacramento, California, designed by Popp Littrell Architecture + Interiors, has a cool futuristic vibe.
This stylish poker room in New York, designed by Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors, includes a statement-making oversized red pendant light, a custom-designed poker table and modern office chairs.
This dark and elegant poker room in Los Angeles’ Brentwood Park neighborhood was designed by MSH Design. The space has a mauve-topped table that seats 10. The three oversized pendant lights provide a warm glow in this lavishly moody room.
This traditional Dallas poker room, designed by the Dallas Design Group, hits many classic notes with its paneled walls, green velvet table and hunting dogs oil painting, but the zebra rug and cheetah print on the bar stools are what add a little wild side to the scene.