Portal bedroom game themed

When you get really into a video game, it can be hard to think about anything else. This is apparent in the Portal bedroom created by Lauren Jennings. She really loves the Portal games and had a whole empty apartment to decorate, so she decided to go for it and make herself a rad Portal bedroom as a themed sanctuary.

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Lauren was inspired by an infinity mirror she saw: the mirror gave the illusion of lights receding into the mirror forever. The illusion was enough to make her think of creating a Portal-themed room, and it’s pretty cool to see how well she pulled it off.

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Fans of the games will recognize plenty of elements from both. Lauren tried to strike a balance between the stark white aesthetic of the first game and the grungier look of the second. The room features both blue and orange infinity mirrors, which are definitely the highlight of the room.

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The room also features a few Portal “warning” signs and some wall art that ties in perfectly with the theme. Two Portal guns and other video game-themed accessories adorn the room, making it one of the most fantastic and thorough bedroom re-decorating projects we’ve seen.

If you’re not familiar with the 2007 video game Portal, here’s a brief overview via Wikipedia: “Portal consists primarily of a series of puzzles that must be solved by teleporting the player’s character and simple objects using “the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device”, a device that can create inter-spatial portals between two flat planes. The player-character, Chell, is challenged and taunted by an artificial intelligence named GLaDOS (Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System) to complete each puzzle in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center using the portal gun with the promise of receiving cake when all the puzzles are completed. The game’s unique physics allows kinetic energy to be retained through portals, requiring creative use of portals to maneuver through the test chambers”