Worth and TOWN’s design concept for the Game Room was to rethink how such a room should be used. Too often we fall trap to installing as many high tech, advanced electronics, and shiny things in a room like this. The goal for us was to translate those two words differently…Game Room. We wanted whomever arrived into the space to feel a sense of peaceful energy. No TV will be found in this room. Mobile devices should be turned off. This is a space to take a step back from technology and enjoy precious moments with loved ones.
A good conversation, a game of a backgammon or pool. A contemporary interpretation of an Etruscan drawing room is where we drew our inspiration. With a moody wall color, luxurious textiles and finishes incorporated into multiple inviting seating areas, the intention was to create a sanctuary for friends and family. This is a room where technology is set aside in exchange for human interaction…something we have all missed in recent months.
Started in the early 90’s by Eddy Doumas, Worth Interiors has found international recognition for creative interior concepts and designs. With established offices in Vail and Denver Colorado, along with a New York City satellite, Worth Interiors has recently arrived in Scottsdale to continue to share the firm’s passion for design within this exciting and fast-growing community.
The relationship between Worth Interiors and the TOWN showrooms in Denver and Scottsdale is intimate and long lasting. The collections represented by TOWN showcase and enhance the Worth aesthetic, and the high level of service represent a parallel business ethic.
“It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation” – Herman Melville
Photo by Paul Moore
Custom Geneva Sectional
Jean-Pierre Safari Chair & Ottoman
Tao Lounge Chair
Sequoia Tray Side Table and Various Siskiyou Vases
Tambobamba Coffee Table
Fretwork Buffet Table
Various Pillows and Throws
Rochillon Floor Lamp
CrissyCross Pool Table
Plants and Planters
Yankee Doodle Paint Color
9-Inch Colonial Jamestown Oak Plank Flooring
Window Coverings Installation
We hope you enjoyed a few quiet moments of "Living Beautifully," gazing through our VIRTUAL ICONIC HAUS, which was originally designed as an 18-day luxury designer showhouse tour as a fundraiser for The Heart Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. If you feel inspired, you can support PCH here.