I knew we'd need to use one room as our office and quickly decided that the other will be dedicated to Stephen. At our apartment, Stephen had a projector/computer setup in our living room as our main TV/computer source. It worked out amazingly but I was not about to have a chunky projector, screen, PS3 and computer tower crowding up our family room. Thankfully we were able to put this into one of the bedrooms and deem it Stephen's man cave. Both of these rooms need a lot of work as they're not at the forefront of our house decisions.
I plan on reupholstering the cork board once I figure out the "theme" of the room
Since the jury is still out on whether or not I'll redo the room, here are some simpler offices that I really like.
Stephen's room is a little bigger than my office and the paint color is darker as well which makes it perfect for his video room. This room has also been deemed "the 1st child's room once the 2nd child is born and needs the nursery". #we'rebigplanners Stephen wants to build a nice screen for the wall and I'd love to add some more pictures/paintings to the walls at some point so it's not so empty. We also really need to add some sort of couch or love seat because me laying on the floor to play video games isn't working. I'm so thankful that we have this extra room to contain all of his tech-y items and make it his little getaway (and I can watch TV in the family room while he plays Battlefield with his friends).
We'll get rid of the pillow at some point because it totally doesn't match and I think I want to hang the plane up on the wall
The screen will go on this wall. I also want to upholster the table and make it an ottoman
As you can see, we've got a lot of work ahead of us for these two rooms (and a few others) but it's fun slowly working on them!
Bookcase, Black side table & Lamp: Ikea
Woven Baskets & Black bookshelf: Target