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Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor

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Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor

Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor

This is an amazing billiard room, or home billiard loft as the image's author tagged it. This may be a commercial billiard room, but it is certainly something one could design in a rec room. I love the exposed brick wall with the bookcases mounted to it, the wood beam, the lighting over the bar, and large flat-screen television. There also appears to be ample room around the pool table for unobstructed play.

Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor

The billiard room photo titled "Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor" was taken by Paula Kechichian on 2007-07-04 16:07:09.000 and uploaded to flickr on 2008-04-13 16:07:09.000. It was retrieved from a public flickr feed on 2008-04-19 19:10:09.000. The accompanying article was written and published by the Billiards Forum. The publish date of the text content is found below.

This page belongs to the Home Billiard Room Pictures category. Pictures from users and from around the internet showcasing different home billiard rooms.

  • Title: Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 5/5/2008 6:03:47 AM
  • Source: Flickr user contribution

Home Billiard Loft Brick Walls Hardwood Floor Comments

  1. J A HossJ A Hoss from Moraga, CA on 5/6/2009 7:36:35 PM

    I'm getting a pool table to put on a hard wood floor. Do I need an area rug under it to protect the floor, or is that just for looks?

  2. billiardsforumbilliardsforum from Halifax, NS on 5/8/2009 4:43:37 AM

    Nah I think your hardwood floor under the pool table will be fine without a rug or carpet.

    Just have a good look under the bottom of the legs. If they are relatively flat, you can just buy some small adhesive table leg pads to stick under them. They run only a few dollars from WalMart, etc.

    Just make sure they are not really spongy - you can get low profile and dense ones that you won't even see. If you have wood billiard table legs/feet, it will have a tendency to slide around a little if you have wood-on-wood - especially if your hardwood floor has a good wax coat.

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