American Workbench (their Ben Franklin model) to use as my painting station. Having a fixed "work" location is very useful and when cleaned up looks very presentable and serves as a great staging location for game nights.
Currently the wood is unfinished furniture grade pine and my wife would like me to dress it up a bit - perhaps add some decorative framing and cherry stain. I think that will be an early fall project.
One thing that needs to be addressed is that there is no rails to hold dice, drinks and reinforcements along the sides. I've got a project in the workshop to build some "L" shaped trays the will attach along the sides. Each tray will be 4 feet long and when attached will form a shelf. They'll also be able to be flipped over to provide a playing area extension so the total playing surface can be expanded to a 5' x 9' space
In terms of future game room projects, In addition to the trays described above, my other "big" gaming project will be to finish a set of sectional terrain units - I started that project last summer and will need to complete it by July'15 in order to put on my planned games at Historicon.