My husband and I play D&D with our friends at least once a week if not more so. That being said we have been working on our perfect game room idea for years. About a month ago we started working on it, the first thing we did was the paint job. We wanted the walls to look like stone and I loooove the way it turned out but it took forever!!! Anyways enough of my talking, let us get to the pictures!
This is the view from the doorway! I forgot to get a picture of the dragon painting that hangs above the entry that says "Your Adventure Begins Here"
Right Corner View
Here you can see Chromo the Red Dragon's remains! We hung his wanted posted beneath him because we are all braggarts
His wanted poster tells the tales of his horrid reign over Duskveil Forest. Its okay though...we got him!
Close of up Chromo!
Our "animal" skin rug! You can't really tell but this rug is made out of fun fur, I got this on sale at the fabric store for .99 cents a yard! Cheapest rug ever.
Close up of the D&D Deity Tabards. I am new to sewing so I am SO proud of these. The green one is the sigil for Moradin and the blue one is for the Raven Queen (our respective favorite Deities).
The weapon chest! My husband's favorite part. The flail and shield I made, the shield ended up costing $0 and the Flail was $20! That makes it cooler to me somehow
This is the Shelf of Holding! You can see our potions and gems. Odd trinkets and magical items. The Wand of Ameatra and Samson the Slime
I loooove this wand. I found this really pretty twig at the park one day and decided I must make a wand. I just soaked the wood in water then twisted them together and bound with hemp rope. I let it bake in the sun for a few days then attached the pretty quartz wand I found in the dime basket at my local thrift store to the top and there ya have it!
Potions, trinkets, scrolls, and baubles. Everything we could need
We mounted an erasable dungeon map to corkboard and used industrial Velcro to adhere it to the wall. The DM corner comes complete with a comfy seat and a screen to scheme behind!
Close up of our game table. The wooden punch bowl is filled with dice/dice bags and of the three cups each one contains one of the following; pencils, erasers, pencil sharpener. Nothing can stop us now......lol
Thank you so much for taking the time to look! I hope you enjoy it <3