You love sports. You love them so much that you want to find away to let your home reflect some of that sports’ love. Looking for ideas? We have a few small, or major, ways to showcase your love of your team, league, player, or sports and gaming in general.
The Art of the Game
Throughout your home, add small touches to show your sports fan devotion. These touches can come in the form of artwork. Many professional sports teams offer some form of hangable art on their official websites. This can include a photograph of different team members or photos from major moments in the team’s history.
The WWE sells blanket tapestries to showcase different legendary wrestlers. A WWE fan can purchase this item and hang it as a statement of devotion for their favorite wrestler or the WWE in general.
Groupon’s WWE coupons makes showing your love a lot cheaper. Utilize these discounts to save on all your favorite WWE.com artwork.
Enter the Game Room
Turn your attic, basement, or unused room into a games and activity room. Set a budget. Decide if you want to completely turn the room into your game haven as soon as possible, or make it an ongoing project.
Older sports fans may want to fill this room with vintage arcade games, ping-pong tables, pool tables, or any activity that they and guests would enjoy doing in that room. Younger gamers may want to invest in a advance features television, gaming systems, and games.
For sports fans who just love watching sports (have no desire for an actual game room), convert the room into the ultimate entertainment room. Add a HD television, surround sound, mini fridge, and premium cable. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy hours of your favorite sports.
A Chair Says a Thousand Words
A website called My Custom Sports Chair allows you to create or buy a chair completely decorated to represent your favorite sports team. Sit in this chair every time you watch your favorite teams play.
The chairs typically costs about $300, a pricey commitment to some, a necessary addition to the home to others.
Start collecting rare sports memorabilia, such as rare playing cards, signed balls, historical pictures, etc. that you display on a mantle at home.
Start your search for rare memorabilia at auction sites such as eBay. Gradually, become a more serious collector by seeking advice and tips from more advanced collectors.