Home & House Interior Designs — May 25, 2011 at 7:26 pm

Interior Design For A Home Theater

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Home Theater

Home Theater

A home theater room is no easy thing to design. The people who usually install home theater systems in their houses are the ones with the money to make these rooms look extremely good. After positioning the screen and the seats, all you have to do is turn this into interior design. Many different things can be done to a room like this. There are risks involved, because other than looking good, this room has to be perfectly sound proofed, lit well enough so that the screen can be seen well, and the seats should be extremely comfortable so as to create the ultimate movie experience.

The arrangement of seats should be well thought of, along with how many seats there are in the first place. The chairs should no doubt be easy chairs to make sure everything is comfortable. The room should be easy to maintain, since it will be used frequently. All these little things must be perfected so that one can finally step back and reveal the room for what it is- an excellent home theater room.

This home theater room is relatively basic, and basic seems to be fine. The room is dimly lit, as it should be, to enhance viewing. The lights consist of small lanterns attached to the wall. The walls are soundproofed and patterned in squares. The unusual feature of the walls is the black pillars that divide them into sectors. The floor in front of the large screen is light colored wood, while the floor at the seats is carpeted in a patterned dark color. The seats are dark colored leather, placed close to each other, but spaced out behind one another. The placement of the seats allows perfect view of the screen, which is extremely important. This design does not seem like much, but it is well thought through, and has many admirable features. It is simple, classy and elegant.

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