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Placing Billiard Tables in Your Home: Try Making Some Room First!

Posted by: Vaugh Cohen on November 00, 2014

Acquiring one of many well-built billiard tables for your house can be a fun idea if you know where to place it. Writing for the home improvement website Houzz, a contributor named Kathryn said:

Placing Billiard Tables in Your Home Try Making Some Room First

A pool table is a wonderful addition to the home. It's fun for all ages, so it's a great way to get the family together and to entertain guests.
A pool table also can add a cool design piece to your home. There are many choices when it comes to the shape and material of a pool table, especially when it comes to specific features like legs. But this is a big item. How do you make room for it?

Anyway you put it, a billiard table is always a great piece of entertainment for family and friends. In some cases, there are ace cue stars who started their journey at a dingy pool hall and spent hours working on their game. If you’re in need of a pool table for your house to practice your cue skills, a company like Pharaoh Manufacturing can hook you up with a few custom billiard tables for sale. There are some locations that can be worth putting your new table in.

Garage A pool table for the garage can be amenable as long as you want it as the centerpiece. You may need to remodel the garage as another room and measure the dimensions. Some experts claim that the regular size of a pool table for home use is eight feet long, with a play area’s dimensions measuring 44 inches by 88. You may need to reevaluate your insulation and ventilation options, as the humidity may affect the playing surface.

Near Fireplaces Fireplaces are all but common fixtures in any American home’s living room and in some respects, a game of pool nearby can exude warmth as you drive the cue ball. Ms. Kathryn said one option you can take is to fix up the living room in such a way that the room furniture is still arranged in front of the fireplace with the sofa facing it. The pool table is behind the sofa, but you will need to place some distance between them to prevent sofa sitters from being hit by the cue stick.

Setting up a pool table of the right size at home will mean hours of fun with family and friends. Time for you to do some homework.

(Source: How to Make Room for a Pool Table in your Home, Houzz)

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