Most of us store our board games piled up in the top of a hallway closet or on a shelf in the basement. One board-game enthusiast decided to store them by hanging them on the wall as art.
Over at the craft-centric blog Infarrantly Creative, they wanted to add some colour and visual interest to the recreation room in their house. Their solution? Build what is essentially a reverse shadow-box frame where the board from the board game is the front of the frame and the back of the frame is storage for the pieces and game accessories. When it is time to play the game you just take it off the hook on the wall and play it. Check out the link below for detailed step by step pictures of the construction process and photos of the room decorated with the game-art.
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