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These 5 Luxury Game Sets Will Instantly Upgrade Your Next Game Night

There games are so beautiful, you won't even want to hide them away in a closet.

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April 29, 2024 at 8:58 PM PST
Entertaining Luxury Game Sets

These 5 Luxury Game Sets Will Instantly Upgrade Your Next Game Night

There games are so beautiful, you won't even want to hide them away in a closet.

By
April 29, 2024 at 8:58 PM PST

While it’s fun to play video games and games on our phones, board games are classic. There’s nothing like the tactile, analog experience of playing a game like Jenga or Connect 4. Nothing brings friends together like a game of Scrabble, and your newfound love of true crime podcasts has reignited your interest in solving a fictional murder in a game of Clue. Plus, there’s a level of comfort and nostalgia in playing a game that you’ve played since you were a kid, and teaching kids a new-to-them game is a way to decrease screen time for the whole family.

Shop Our Picks for Luxury Game Sets

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It’s time to upgrade your games.

Games are a mainstay in our lives, and we’ve been playing the same games for years. This means you might have had your current set for a while. Your current games might be a bit tattered or missing a few pieces, which means it’s time for a new set! But instead of getting the classic edition of a game, check out these upgraded editions. Gone is the cardboard you are used to when it comes to board games—these luxury games are made of upgraded, durable materials like wood, tempered glass, and lucite acrylic. These games also come with built-in storage like drawers and compartments, decreasing your chances of losing pieces.

Why Games Can Double as Unique Decor Pieces

While these games are easy to store, you might just want to leave them out. With their modern color palettes, they will easily fit into your home decor. They are also great conversation starters and encourage socialization. Check out our picks of these luxury versions of classic games below.

Scrabble Deluxe Edition

The classic word game Scrabble’s board got a modern upgrade. Instead of the original’s burgundy color, this board’s color scheme of white, black, tan, and taupe and its wood paneling would easily complement the home decor you already have. Gameplay is easy with a built-in lazy Susan, so no need to mess up the tiles moving the board when several people are playing. Clean-up and storage are a breeze since the game pieces can fit inside the board.

Sunnylife Lucite 4 in a Row in Ombre Sherbert

The Lucite 4 in a Row set by Sunnylife gives off Palm Beach vibes with its pink and green playing chips and ombre stand. This set would look great on display, ready for a quick game or just a pop of color in a room when not in use. If you would like to store it, it folds up into itself, making it more durable (and prettier) than a cardboard box. This easy game is perfect for the whole family —even little kids can get in on the fun.

Rifle Paper Co. Domino Set in Strawberry Fields

Looks can be deceiving with this box. At first glance, it looks like an embroidered box to store sewing equipment or even mementos. However, it contains a set of 28 dominoes. On the front of each piece is the classic black domino dots, but the back is printed with one of Rifle Paper Co.’s signature floral prints. This box is made to be displayed and is small enough to not take up too much space.

Clue Luxury Edition

This luxury Clue game board with its elegant features is befitting the mansion the game is set in. Instead of cardboard, this board is made of solid wood. The 3D rooms covered by tempered glass add dimension to the typically flat game, making it feel more immersive. When you're not playing, you can store the upgraded game pieces, including zinc-die cast “weapons” and custom detective cards, inside the built-in drawer, keeping everything together.

Clear Acrylic Stacking Tower Game

Upgrade your Jenga game with this clear acrylic version. Unlike the wood version, each piece of this set is hand-crafted and polished to look like glass. While it's visually beautiful, it also adds another level of difficulty to the game that long-time Jenga lovers will appreciate since it's harder to tell the difference between each piece. Don’t hide this set in a closet; it makes a stand-out decor piece even when it's not game night.

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