Last summer my husband and I bought our very first home! Luckily for us it has a basement rec room which gives us a lot of extra space. I wouldn’t call it “updated”, but certainly works great for what we use it for, and it has gotten a lot of use already. We used it for Thanksgiving dinner and were able to fit 13 people, which would have been a pretty tight squeeze in our dining room. We also had a Christmas potluck breakfast there for almost as many people. But it gets the most use when my husband hosts weekly “game nights” with his guy friends. He loves hosting and with everyone’s lives being so busy, it is nice to be able to connect almost every week.
I always have the distinct urge to stick all the extra framed photos and art that won’t fit upstairs on the walls of the rec room. However, my husband has vetoed that plan, and it makes sense that he should get the first pick since he and his friends use the room the most. When I came across the posters from Pop Chart Lab, I knew I’d hit the jackpot. There was bound to be something he would love. They make graphic chart prints on a huge variety of topics, from beer to Beatles songs. It is hard to describe the look of their charts, so I urge to to have a look yourself. They also put some of their prints on houseware items (like coasters and cheese platters). I think they combine art and information in a really unique way!
The majority of them would be an awesome addition to a “man cave” or rec room. It was a tough choice, and I had my man make the final decision. He decided on The Giant-Size Omnibus of Super Powers. It looks great and has been a great conversation starter, too!
Pop Chart Lab has so many other great posters. I love the look of this one, called the Nebula of NES Games. To tell you the truth, I know nothing about Nintendo games, but it just looks awesome!
Here are a few more photos of the details in the rec room (aka the man cave).
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