Eight black leather reclining chairs provide plenty of room for kicking back in this transitional home theater. Plush gray carpet covers the floors, while several movie posters line the walls, adding a finishing touch to the space.
This sleek, contemporary home theater blends the rustic and modern. An exposed brick wall juxtaposes against gray walls that feature movie posters. A deep, gray sofa with black and red throw pillows is the perfect spot for watching a movie.
This modern-styled bedroom makes quite a statement with its gray and white wallpaper and large platform bed. A large, vibrant movie poster in blue and a bright red nightstand add pops of color to its otherwise neutral color scheme.
This long kitchen has had only minor adjustments since we moved in including repainted cabinets, a new floor, countertop and paint and the addition of a seafoam green salvaged vintage sink. Local art above the refrigerator by artist Cooper Sanchez dominates the space along with a vintage movie poster from my husband's collection.
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.
Not every deck party needs to happen during the day. With the right deck lighting – think side posts and post caps as well as riser lighting on the stairs for safety – you can create a warm, inviting atmosphere that’s perfect for an adults-only cocktail party or movies and s’mores for the kids.
It takes a lot to stand out on very crowded wine shelves these days. So like movie trailers and posters, wineries are doing what they can to distinguish their vino from the pack. The Walking Dead Wines, in addition to tapping into that television show's loyal fan base, also feature distinctive labels that talk back when you download the accompanying app.