How to Plan for a Shuffleboard Table
If you're looking to create a fun space in your home or office, incorporating multiple game tables can be a great idea. Whether you want a pool table alongside a shuffleboard, air hockey, foosball, or any other game table, we are here to assist you with room spacing and color schemes.
When it comes to setting up multiple game tables in one room, proper room spacing is crucial. Our experts can provide guidance on how to arrange the tables in a way that allows for comfortable gameplay and easy movement between them. We take into consideration factors such as the dimensions of the tables and the available space in your room to ensure an optimal layout.
In addition to room-spacing considerations, we understand the importance of creating a cohesive and visually appealing environment. Our team can help you choose color schemes that complement each other and enhance the overall aesthetic of your gaming area. Whether you prefer a bold and vibrant palette or a more subtle and sophisticated look, we have the expertise to guide you towards the perfect combination.
There are many styles of tables to choose from as well as wood and stain options. We can also add a family or company logo to the board, which is great for brand awareness for schools, businesses and institutions.
Shuffleboard Table Clearance
Shuffleboard tables need at least 2.5 to 3 feet of clearance on each end of the table. This is to allow players to stand behind the table and take their shots comfortably. The amount of clearance you need may vary depending on the size of the table and the number of players.
Here is a table that shows the minimum length needed for shuffleboard tables:
For example, if you have a 12-foot shuffleboard table, you will need a room that is at least 15 long. Shuffleboard tables can be placed against a wall or can float within a room.
Here are some other things to keep in mind when planning the placement of your shuffleboard table:
- Avoid placing the table near windows or doors, as the sunlight can discolor the game.
- Consider the traffic flow in the room and make sure the table/tables are not in the way.
By following these tips, you can ensure that your shuffleboard table is properly placed and that you have enough space to play comfortably.
Skeech - A New Game
A fun new game made in the U.S. perfect for those smaller rooms but still like to play shuffleboard. Skeech is 8’ long and is much lighter than shuffleboard tables. It also doesn’t require perfection in leveling the surface. So it is very player-friendly. Stop in and check it out!
Let’s Design the Ultimate Game Room Together
We understand that creating the perfect game room is different for everyone, and we are committed to helping you create a space that works for you.
Contact us today to learn more about our game room design services or to get started on your project. We would be thrilled to help you create the ultimate home, school, or business game room.
To learn more visit our store at 1581 Boston Post Rd Milford, CT or give us a call at (203) 783-1159.
If you prefer not to come to our store, we can assist you over the phone.
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