To assure optimum picture quality for this media room and home theater, room size, lighting and seating placement were all carefully considered. The soft lighting and warm tones make this space relaxing and inviting.
Back-to-back couches and a console divide this large room into two spaces, while orange accent pillows break up the gray hues. For the ultimate theater room experience, a large projector screen can be retracted from the ceiling.
A richly stained media cabinet effortlessly spans across this transitional media room providing an excellent solution for component and media storage. Using grass cloth on the walls adds subtle texture and warmth. Strong, clean lines of a fireplace mirror the horizontal lines throughout the room and provide a creative space to learn art instead of hanging it.
A trio of hexagonal-shaped coffee tables creates even more space for games when combined in a rustic modern media room. The tables can then be pulled apart for individual needs. The media room also has metal and wood bookshelves, built-in cabinets and neutral paint.
The media room adds dramatic color and rich, masculine accents, creating the feeling of a true bachelor pad. Perfect for entertaining, this room offers a bar, media equipment and accommodates up to 12 people. Back-lit movie posters on canvas add theater ambiance, while a comfortable sectional is a great spot for watching a movie.
One of the quickest ways for a media room to take on a cluttered look is by using an ill-fitting, open storage TV stand. Since the family has a large DVD collection as well as gaming systems and controllers, concealed storage for this media room was a must. To create a tailor-made storage solution, a vintage wooden dresser was retrofitted as a game storage console and placed directly under the wall-mounted flat-panel TV.
The upstairs media room features an 82” TV, a 110" auto remote movie screen, 5 theater seats and a large sectional for maximum comfort. Bright blue pillows keep with the home's contemporary color palette.
The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor. The basement is transformed into a contemporary media room with comfortable black sectional facing a large flatscreen TV. A striped area rug adds visual texture underneath, while sliding glass doors lead out to a sleek outdoor living area.
This sleek, recessed media wall transforms your flat-screen TV into a stunning focal point and works well with any style decor. Our easy DIY will help you conceal the electronic components in your own media or living room.
Bring the box office home with this critic-approved cinema-themed space. Shake up your favorite martini on the marble bar top, and don't forget to grab a bag of popcorn from the cart before relaxing on a comfortable leather couch in front of your favorite movie on the big screen.