How to Make the Perfect Stoner Room

Lava lamp with glow-in-the-dark pink and orange interior segments lit by blacklight in a dark room

The den of iniquity has been a part of the human story since the dawn of civilization. Since the beginning of recorded history, people have always set aside places where they could let down their hair, kick up their feet, and partake of their favorite recreational substance. The stoner room is but the latest incarnation of it. Below, the crew from the 710 Pipes headshop in Denver will impart some sage advice on how to create the perfect stoner room.

What Makes a Room a Stoner Room?

Technically any room where you normally demonstrate your affinity for cannabis products could be considered a stoner room. But that’s not what we’re talking about. We’re talking about taking a separate room out of general circulation and transforming it into a place where you, your friends, and your guests can enjoy all the accouterment of the stoner lifestyle without effort or care.

If your living room is where you typically get high right now chances are you feel the need to clean up afterward, stow your paraphernalia and restore the room to a more neutral footing. With a dedicated stoner room, you can forget all that. Think about it as a stoner’s version of the man cave.

Components of the Stoner Room

If you want your stoner room to achieve legendary status, you’ll be sure that it incorporates as many of the following attributes as possible.

Cool lighting

In your grandparent’s day, stoners leaned heavily on blacklights and lava lamps to provide the visual panache. Today’s LEDs, however, allow you to take the atmosphere in your stoner room to an entirely new level. Your imagination is the only limit when it comes to designing a lighting scheme for your stoner room. Just don’t forget to include a couple of regular lights in case you ever need them.

Comfortable chairs

There’s no way to inhabit your buzz without comfortable seating. That means cushy chairs, a big comfortable sofa, and maybe even a recliner. If you only have room for one big chair, or you’re working with a limited budget, choose a sofa that will seat more than one and when you’re alone you can stretch out.


This could mean a decent-sized flat-screen TV with streaming services on tap, or it could mean video games or both. Board games are also a worthy diversion for the seriously stoned and cards, well, don’t even get us started on trying to maintain a poker face after you’ve been interfacing with some heady glass.

High-quality speakers

Whether you’re watching House of the Dragon or listening to music you’re going to want high-quality speakers to deliver those precious sound waves to your ear on a silk cushion. Kicking back with your favorite album is one of the best ways ever created to enjoy a good buzz. That and Monty Python of course.

Compelling artwork

Plain walls just aren’t going to cut it in a stoner room. Too sterile. Instead, you’ll want posters, paintings, sculptures, or any other type of artwork that will give your brain somewhere to go after it detaches from the here and now. If the art is out of the ordinary, even better. For instance, Salvator Dali’s “The Persistence of Memory” or “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by Hieronymus Bosch.


Health concerns are not at the top of your priority list when designing a stoner room. After all, it’s not a gym. Still, you don’t want the atmosphere to become so foul that it beggars belief, so it’s important to make provision for some sort of air circulation. A window fan, air conditioner, or even an air purifier will fulfill that important purpose.

A fridge

Cannabis consumption is usually accompanied by cotton mouth and the munchies. Having a fridge in your stoner room stocked with ice cold beverages can go a long way toward neutralizing your desert mouth. It doesn’t have to be a full-size fridge. A mini fridge will do just fine. Also, make sure you have plenty of snacks on hand. Just remember that if they’re salty, they’re only going to make your cotton mouth worse.


You’re going to need somewhere to empty your bowl or put your roaches, which means an ashtray or ashtrays. Just about anything can serve as an ashtray but we’re talking about building a legendary stoner room so an empty bottle just won’t do. Instead, pick up an infinity jar (or two) from our online head shop and use them as ashtrays. They look amazing and the screw-on top lets you keep the skanky ashtray smell under control.

The tools of the trade

You can’t have a world-class stoner room unless it’s tripped out with all the tools of the stoner’s trade. That means you always have ample amounts of the following on hand:

  • Glass pipes
  • Bongs
  • Rolling papers
  • Rolling trays
  • Lighters
  • Vaporizers
  • And of course, weed

You’ll likely only need one bong (although it can’t hurt to have some backup heady glass), but the rest you should keep in quantity if possible.

Visit Our Online Head Shop for All Your Stoner Room Supplies

The perfect stoner room doesn’t just happen, it’s made through a combination of imagination, determination, and the right components. To make sure your stoner room is as good as it can be, visit the 710pipes online smoke shop and browse through our tremendous selection of bongs, dab rigs, vaporizers, glass pipes, and countless accessories.

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