DIY Stoner Room Decoration: 10 Stoner Room Essentials
In this blog post we are looking at the 10 things you need in your stoner (smoke) room or bedroom.
When is comes to designing your space, you’ll want the room match your style wether it’s true “stoner style”, boho, hippie, chic, modern, retro or psychedelic
But regardless of the style there are some key things that really help set the mood, and make it a really comfortable space to hangout, smoke, relax, or entertain.
Here are a few rooms for some inspiration
Your stoner room might be a bedroom, living room, spare room, basement, attic. Where ever it is, however it looks or whatever size it is here are the 10 things you need
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1. VERY COMFORTABLE SEATING
This is super important, obviously you need a comfortable spot to park your butt. If you don’t have a bed to sit/lay on here are some seating suggestions
Floor pillows or Bean Bag Chairs
2. WALL ART
You’ve also got to have something beautiful or trippy to look at on your wall.
Tapestries with mandala patterns are pretty popular in the cannabis community but there are soo many different styles of tapestries to choose from.
TIP: Get a tapestry that is your fave color or helps set the mood in your smoke space. For example, if you want a chill vibe then go for a tapestry that is blue or has soft colors if you want the space to have lots of energy get orange or red.
if mandalas aren’t your style you can’t go wrong with some cannabis art
You can also add weedy decals to your walls
3. CANDLES, INCENSE, ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSER
Some people like candles, some incense, there’s fancy essential oil diffusers or good old sage. Which ever you like make sure you have it in your stoner room.
These can be used to mask the smell of cannaibs or get rid of it all together
4. ASH TRAY
This might seem obvious but there are people out there ashing on the floor or their leg or just whatever is near by.
Have an ashtray and have a nice one. Personally I really like silicone since I usually smoke from a bong or a pipe at home, you can’t break glass on silicone.
Bring your room to life with some lights. I love turning my “party” light on and just relaxing, zoning out and watching the colors dance on my ceiling. Plus the smoke looks REALLY cool in the light.
or your you’re not into the trippy, psychedelic vibe your lighting can be decorative
5. STONER KIT
Having a box to put your rollies, grinder, tips, roach clip etc is a stylish and practical way to store your stuff. And you wont spend 10 mins looking for your rollies if you always keep them in the same place.
6. TRIPPY THINGS TO LOOK AT AND PLAY WITH
If I have to explain why this stuff should be in your “stoner” room, then you’re not a real pot head.. or maybe you just take yourself too seriously.. but that’s none of my business.
If you’re musical have some instraments around.
8. PILLOWS AND BLANKETS
Make sure you have some pillows and a blanket in your seating area.
9. COFFEE TABLE PICTURE BOOKS
Give your eyes a break from a screen and open a thing called a BOOK. Some books have lots of words or other books have lots of pictures those ones are pretty fun, especially when you’re high.
OR THERE’S ACTIVITY BOOKS
These are fun too there’s drawing books, puzzle books, coloring books its an easy way to keep yourself or your friends entertained after a smoke sesh.
Also have a notebook in your room, you never know when a good idea might pop in your head.. which let’s be real.. you might not remember it later
10. RANDOM CANNABIS RELATED HOME DECO
It’s pretty crazy how many products are covered in pot leaves nowadays. If you can’t find any weedy decor that matches your style think about how you could make your own.
OTHER COOL IDEAS FOR YOUR INDOOR SMOKE SPACE
Chalk Board Wall
Black Lights and Accessories
Glow in the dark stuff
Display cabinet for glass pipes or bongs
If you want more room decor ideas check out my Pinterest board
DIY Stoner Room Decoration: 10 Stoner Room Essentials In this blog post we are looking at the 10 things you need in your stoner (smoke) room or bedroom. When is comes to designing your space,
How to Design a Smoking Room
Designing a smoking room in your house gives the family tobacco lover a haven to retreat to. He can relax and enjoy a pipe, cigar or other tobacco product without exposing the rest of the household to the smells or potential health issues associated with tobacco smoke. A smoking room done in a den-like style also adds an unusual design element to a home, giving it unusual character and style.
Choose an Appropriate Location
Select a room well-removed from primary living spaces. Tobacco smoke has the potential to permeate through a home, so creating this space in an out-of–the-way locale will allow smokers to enjoy it without negatively impacting other members of the household. It also reduces the risk of permanently infusing other parts of the home with smoke, which can make it harder to resell in the future.
Add Good Ventilation
Before beginning design on a smoking room, install a ventilation system that will effectively evacuate smoke. This can be as simple as a window-mounted exhaust fan or as elaborate as a commercial grade air ventilation system. As an in-between compromise, you can also install a high-quality air purifying system to help clear the air, the filters of which you should clean or replace on a regular basis.
Walls and Floors
To give the room a traditional deep, dark, masculine look and feel, use wood paneling on the walls or paint them a rich, earthy hue such as maroon, chocolate or dark cream or sage. Avoid using heavy brocade-style wallpaper, which can absorb smoke or yellow and discolor over time. Decorate the walls with heavy framed artwork depicting countryside or hunting scenes. Opt for dark tile or wood floors, again remembering that heavy or deep-pile carpet will absorb and retain smoke odors. Low-pile carpet or Oriental throw rugs are also appropriate floor covering choices.
While heavy drapes in a material such as velvet will add to the ambience and rich feel of a smoking room, thick, absorbent materials will absorb and hold smoke. If you do not care for this effect, opt instead for easily-cleaned materials such as heavy cotton or burlap, or cover windows with wood blinds or shutters. Account for any ventilation system when installing window coverings.
Furniture and Accessories
Install large-scale, masculine furniture pieces such as leather couches, wingback chairs and occasional tables. Opt for ambience lighting, such as amber-colored sconces, green shaded banker’s lamps or elegant Tiffany-style stained-glass lamps. Install a bar area or a rolling cocktail cart that houses a selection of brandies and whiskeys to accompany fine quality cigars. A log or gas fireplace can add to the ambience.
No smoking will would be complete without a custom-built humidor. This air and temperature-controlled vault-like system protects tobacco products from becoming tainted or losing their flavor. If a freestanding humidor is not in the budget, invest in a countertop version for storing tobacco products and have on hand accessories such as cigar clippers, vintage lighters and decorative ashtrays.
How to Design a Smoking Room. Designing a smoking room in your house gives the family tobacco lover a haven to retreat to. He can relax and enjoy a pipe, cigar or other tobacco product without exposing the rest of the household to the smells or potential health issues associated with tobacco smoke. A smoking room done …