{design inspiration: sports}

Call it what you will – a man cave, an entertainment room, a sports shrine; the one room in your house where you can pay homage to your preferred sports team or cheer your favorite players to victory. With Super Bowl Sunday just around the corner, let’s take a look at ways you can incorporate a sports theme into any room of your house.

For the sports enthusiast who prides themselves on their impressive collection of vintage posters, memorabilia, and jerseys, it only makes sense to devote a den or bedroom to showcase their pieces. Take for example, this Minnesota Twins bedroom that covers the gamut – from team photos to baseball cards and bobbleheads, this shrine captures the essence of the Minnesota Twins throughout the years.

Minnesota Twins Fan Room

If you’re seeking the perfect place to root for, say, the Minnesota Vikings, why not transform your game room into a commemorative library that tracks the team’s success? Deck your walls in purple and gold paint, and choose rugs, lamps, and furniture that embrace this color combo. Frame old ticket stubs and team photos, and for an added pop, choose décor that makes your room come to life!

Vikings-Themed Bedroom, Wall Pops

Die-hard fans can bring a beloved venue to life, like this Wisconsin family did to show their support for their favorite hometown team, the Minnesota Wild. Their game room is complete with a wall mural, an Xcel Energy Center ice surface floor, and a table hockey game to play when they aren’t watching the team on play on TV.

Minnesota Wild Game Room

What great TV rooms stand out to you as the perfect place to host a Super Bowl party?

One Response to “{design inspiration: sports}”

  1. {friday finds: basketball themed décor} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] everyone who lives there—active kids, teens and sports-loving adults included. Giving a space a sports theme can make those sports lovers in your life feel like the house reflects their interests and dreams, […]

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