I got a big surprise this year for Christmas: my own wargame table! A few months ago my wife and I sat down and jotted down some ideas for a future game room, and the wargame table I wanted to build for myself. I took a lot of inspiration from @That1Lizard's wargame table he made, and from this other thread on game rooms/efficient storage space for the hobby. Little did I know that my wife was actually plotting secretly with a friend of mine. She commisioned my friend to build the table for me! I had no clue it was secretly being built for months. Our friend did a great job, considering this is only his third or fourth woodworking project ever! The table is 4 feet by 8 feet long, and about 4 feet high. The playing space is covered up with removable boards in the picture (the playing space itself is 4 feet by 6 feet long). The extra two feet on either side are for all the extra stuff that gets in the way while playing warhammer games, such as the books, dice, miniatures who have already died, etc. A visual with the cat posing for scale: The table is pretty huge, and high enough so that when you are standing you don't need to constantly bend way down to measure distances or move your models across the board, which was something that was a must for me (minimizing back problems!). It totally fills up the game room, which with the addition of two shelves and a small array of pictures is starting to come together: That is a map of the Yucatan Peninsula which we got at Uxmal, showing all the main Mayan cities and ruin sites in the area! Really great map. I plan to start making a bunch more artwork to hang up around the room too, plus more plans to expand my terrain collection!