People often ask us about board game storage, so we’re always on the lookout for interesting solutions to that particular organizational challenge. We came across these impressive photos of board game storage systems on the BoardGameGeek.com forums.
Forum user Rick’s wife took some of their more visually interesting games (Clue, Axis & Allies, and Forty Niners) and hung them on the wall. The small game pieces are stored in inexpensive shadow-boxes, which are also mounted on the wall. This second photo shows some wooden game boards mounted on the wall beside a dedicated gaming closet:
This approach provides a dedicated “home” for the games while allowing them to also serve as artwork.