ByJames Story, writer at Creators.co

Offices today have a wealth of ways for employees to relax, but this takes things to the next level. Workers at office supply company Viking turned an unused meeting room into a Westeros-inspired 'Games Room of Thrones' as a way of saying thank to their staff, for all of their hard work.

The room features many amazing references to the hit HBO show, including a cardbaord throne, push-pin dragon eggs and faux stained glass windows depicting house sigils and key moments from iconic episodes.

Check out the photos from their room's transformation below!

This is how the room started
This is how the room started
60 acetate panels were created for the windows
60 acetate panels were created for the windows
The finished windows
The finished windows
Crushed velvet was used to bring a regal touch
Crushed velvet was used to bring a regal touch
The armoury is ready in case of minor disagreements
The armoury is ready in case of minor disagreements
A feast fit for a king!
A feast fit for a king!
The three-eyed raven watches over all
The three-eyed raven watches over all
More than 2,500 pins become three dragon eggs
More than 2,500 pins become three dragon eggs
What would a throne room be without a throne?
What would a throne room be without a throne?
Everyone got in the Westerosi spirit
Everyone got in the Westerosi spirit
The Night's Watch continue to battle the Wildlings
The Night's Watch continue to battle the Wildlings
Even Daenerys popped in to relax with her dragons!
Even Daenerys popped in to relax with her dragons!
The finished room in all of its glory!
The finished room in all of its glory!

This is certainly one way to help workers relax at the end of a long day, or maybe just help tide them over to Game of Thrones' late start this year. The show returns on April 24th, meaning until then all we can do is speculate on how a certain someone might make his return.

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