Game night may feel like a cheesy activity of the past, but these designers and artists are making a concerted (and extravagant) effort to bring it back. From Jonathan Adler’s whimsical marble and brass tic-tac-toe set to Fornasetti’s ornate lacquer box of playing cards, these stylish-design adult-approved games make a case for turning the television off and connecting with family the old-fashioned way. After all, there’s something endearing about the nostalgic energy that comes with shaking a pair of dice in your hand. Why not revisit the relics we used to enjoy before the pandemic and Netflix took over?
Plus, there’s no cooler way to elevate your coffee table than with a wooden chess table designed in 1920 by Man Ray, the man credited with kicking off the Surrealist movement. These classic games are sure to get you through the extra time you’re spending at home and beyond.
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