Game/Media in Cape May 5 PHOTOS

Game and Media Rooms / Cape May

Game table in an historic Victorian house with a Mark Twain themed card and billiard room - why not? Play Texas Holdem, Poker, Pinochle- Canasta - you call it.
Photography by John Armich

Game and Media Rooms / Cape May

Swivel these comfy bar chairs to watch big screen TV. Remotely operated shades lower for TV viewing and raise to see the seaside environment.
John Armich photographer

Game and Media Rooms / Cape May

The decorative theme the second floor of this Victorian house was devoted to making a space that Mark Twain could enjoyed visiting - with a few touches of the 21st century of course. Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) did play billiards and he certainly smoked cigars and drank whiskey. He could do all that in this Billiard Room and he would probably feel right at home here.
Photography by John Armich

Game/Media in Cape May

This corner of the Media Room is where you can lower the cellular shades, drop down the screen and view great TV. Traditional styling of the furniture and accessories integrates this 21st century room into a Victorian home.
Photography by John Armich

Game and Media Rooms / Cape May

Finished floor plan shows "route" of model train which delivers beverages between the Billiard Room and the Card Room. The Media Room plan shows the bar and tow lounge chairs and the sofa opposite the large screen TV.
Photography by John Armich