Vlog – Small Games Room Tour & Design

When it comes to small games rooms, it can be really hard to know the best way to fit your games, consoles and other stuff into it. After all, a retro games collection (or any collection, for that matter) takes up space and in a small room, that space is obviously limited.

With that in mind, as well as the fact that it has been well over a year since we last looked at my games room, I decided to create an updated Small Games Room Tour to end out 2019!

My room is just 2 metres by 2 metres, meaning it is the definition of a Small Games Room. However, I have been able to fit my desk, monitors, computer, consoles and games into it through a few tricks. I also use a lot of IKEA furniture because it’s cheap so I don’t feel bad about hacking it apart if necessary.

So, take a look at the video above to see how my Small Games Room has changed over the last year and a bit. Hopefully, you’ll also get some ideas on how to make the most of a small space for your gaming collection!


Hello there! I’m Gareth, the 16-Bit Dad; a retro gaming blogger, Twitch Streamer and Autism Parent. With a focus on great games, a wonderful Stream community and help for other Autism Parents, I review games, play them with the community and share my learnings about Autism!


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