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Creating A Home Sports Bar

by Product Specialist

Whether you're a fan of one sport or all of them, you don't have to go to the local bar to experience the excitement of watching the game on a big screen with a large group of friends. By following some of the tips at, you can create and decorate a sports bar in your own home. You can paint the walls in the same colors as your favorite team or choose a more subdued color so it doesn't distract from the things you place on the walls.

Think Like a Bar Owner

When people are enjoying drinks and caught up in the excitement of the big game, spills are bound to happen. Rather than let this ruin your good time, consider installing tile or laminate flooring instead of carpeting. This makes it easier to clean up spills before they turn into permanent stains. If your sports bar is in the basement or you live in a colder climate, think about how you intend to keep it warm for your guests.

Television Screens and Furniture

Placing televisions in different locations throughout your home sports bar give your guests the opportunity to view the action from different angles. With multiple screens, you don't have to worry about anyone missing critical parts of the game because of a blocked view. The placement of furniture is another important consideration. While stadium seating is the next best thing to being there live, placing several sofas or beanbags in close proximity allows for more conversation. A centralized coffee table is a great choice because it allows you to place the food where your guests can easily access it.

Sports Memorabilia Adds a Special Touch

Ticket stubs, decades-old programs, and autographed balls all make unique additions to your home sports bar. Thanks to online auctions and sports memorabilia stores, it's easier than ever to find the items you want to make your home the talk of the town.