D&D Accessories: Gaming Tables
D&D tables; the ultimate envy of every tabletop gamer and board game enthusiast alike. Are you so committed to gaming that you need furniture specifically for it?
One day when the conventions return, I’ll once again walk a dealers hall that way too big to remember where everything is and spend too much time at the various gaming table booths. I never broke down and bought one, but every con I come home with a small stack of by-and-large the same couple of companies pitching their take on a D&D table and think about buying one really hard.
You probably know Wyrmwood Gamin’s products. They have a wide variety of high quality gaming accessories covering almost any game you could possibly play around a table, including the table itself. With magnetically secured cup or token holders, various shelves and overlays, and a removable crank to lift and lower the game play surface, this table was designed by people who love games for people who love games. Plus, when you’re done gaming and need to convince your neighbors that you’re a respectable adult regular hobbies, you can pop a the table topper on for that this-is-just-a-nice-dining-room-table look.
If you want the opportunity to design your entire gaming table from the floor up, this is the site for you. And even if you’re not quite on the market for a new piece of furniture just yet, their custom table designer is very fun to fiddle around with while pretending that you have that kind of money just laying around. Their Jasper model is a very nice standard gaming-slash-dining table, though, with a great collection of add-ons (such as cup or wine glass holders).
These tables have so many storage options! If you want a place to keep everything, Rathskellers may have you covered. There’s an option for anything you could want from cup holders to lights to wireless charging stations, and the aluminum rail system gives you a place to perch all of your accessories securely without worry of them accidentally coming lose or falling. I’m almost overwhelmed by this brand, they may have thought of everything you can imagine a D&D table would ever need.
Are you self sufficient, can read directions, and know your way around some power tools? Maybe you’d like to try and build your own convertible gaming table. I’m not that person, but if you are, Engineered Fun has plans for a coffee style table of your very own. complete with 3D Sketchup Models, Pictures, and Build notes, this you are an instant download away from building your favorite piece of furniture with your own two hands.
Which D&D tables have you been staring longingly at? Do you have one already? Which one? Let us know in the comments! And if you have built your own gaming table, show us some pictures!