We are certain that any sports lovers out there will love this list especially if you are aiming to have your own court in your house. We are actually happy to find these spaces because it is rare and only a few homes have one. Well, some of them are small but would be enough for a family fun time.
If more family bonding time is what you’re after, or if your kids need a little coercion to put down the joystick and get moving, converting a basement, third floor or garage into a bona fide arena is a surefire way to infuse that healthy spirit into your home, no matter where you live.
Whether you’re looking for just the right turf or the most comfortable seating, designing and building these indoor facilities can lead into joyful time all around.
This basketball court was designed as part of a barn addition, but it could work as a retrofit of an existing, unused detached barn too. What’s so special about this space is the uniformity of materials, which keeps it looking tasteful instead of overtly athletic.
BASEMENT BOWLING ALLEY
For you out there bowling fanatics, this idea would be fantastic. If you do have a basement, you can definitely transform it into your own dream place.
Practicing one’s putt doesn’t require a ton of room, and a proper net in a place with enough space can even allow for swing practice. Using turf instead of carpet is an easy swap. Perfecting your swing is as easy as going to your room.
If you are more into the skateboarding scene than the varsity team, a room like this would be an irresistible retreat on rainy or snowy days when the town skate park is soaked in.
You would pretty much love the idea to have double duty court. This one is sure a multi-use space that you can play volleyball and basketball. How convenient is that?
Spend winter skating with just one move to the basement is pretty neat. You wouldn’t have to spent catching the cold winter out there.
Built with glass-walled court and let you engage in the demanding and exciting game of squash. Test your reflexes and power, trick your opponent and make every step count in your own home.
Amazingly healthy, incredibly satisfying, and decidedly British game of badminton might just be what you need. If nets, shuttlecocks, and rackets are your cup of tea, this practical way of setting your net will be useful.
Having an indoor pool is the dream of any avid swimmer who lives in a climate where swimming outdoors year-round isn’t possible.
TINY SOCCER FIELD
For a basement conversion that is mercifully less expensive to install than a basketball court with sneaker-appropriate flooring, look to turf painted with a center line and small plastic goals from any sporting goods store.
Here’s one for your design bucket list that’s especially popular with bachelors and frequent entertainers: Convert one of your room into a pingpong setup.
If you plan on building a multi-sport game court, it is a good idea to purchase the sports equipment from various sports such as goals, volleyball poles, hockey sticks and racket sport nets. This way, you will be able to play whatever you want on a whim, and you won’t be stuck with the same old sports.