Home Theater Design
A great home theater design is more than just a big screen and numerous expensive speakers. Recreating an authentic movie experience at home requires imaginative architecture, theatrical lighting, precise acoustics, and unparalleled comfort.
Gallery Ideas of Home Theater Design
Picture One: CONTEMPORARY ANIMAL INSPIRED THEATER
CONTEMPORARY ANIMAL INSPIRED THEATER
Use your personal style to dictate the theme of your theater. Whether it’s cow hides, leopard, zebra, or giraffe print– there is a style that can mesh well in any home.
Picture Two: FLOOR PILLOW MEDIA ROOM
FLOOR PILLOW MEDIA ROOM
Keep things cozy and casual with a giant grouping of pillows on the floor, accented with a fireplace and a couple of enveloping armchairs.
Picture Three: DARK KNIGHT THEMED HOME THEATER
DARK KNIGHT THEMED HOME THEATER
Go as outrageous as your budget allows if you’ve got a favorite movie, character or set-inspired space of all time. This home theater is designed completely around the Batman: Dark Knight flick, down to every last detail (even the Batmobile in the hidden room).
Picture Four: DECONSTRUCTED HOME THEATER
DECONSTRUCTED HOME THEATER
Keep things basic by pinning up a piece of canvas material off of a natural wall. This space gives off a more boho, rustic vibe while still being functional and looking comfortable enough to have a movie marathon.
Picture Five: OUTDOOR LOUNGE MOVIE SPACE
OUTDOOR LOUNGE MOVIE SPACE
Perfect for warm summer nights, create a romantic outdoor setting with cushions, candles, throws and a big blank canvas to project onto. Don’t forget the snacks.
Picture Six: ULTIMATE SOUND SYSTEM THEATER
ULTIMATE SOUND SYSTEM THEATER
If you’re all about getting the most out of the booming soundtracks and effects in your experience, consider planning a majority of your room around the technology and equipment, like this $6,000,000 home theater. It’s set up with the seating in the middle of a circular room to get that true surround sound appeal.
Picture Seven: BOLD PATTERNED THEATER
BOLD PATTERNED THEATER
Mix and match bold colors and patterns to give your theater depth and visual interest, instead of just the obligatory leather seating and wide screen. Get as playful as you’d like, it’s your own private lounge.
Picture Eight: TIERED THEATER WITH DEEP SOFAS
TIERED THEATER WITH DEEP SOFAS
Soft neutrals, under-lit steps, and upholstered walls for acoustic privacy give this room an etherial feel, and the ultra deep seating that sits on three levels makes things extra comfortable to cuddle up on while catching up on the latest releases.
Picture Nine: SMALL SCALE HOME THEATER ROOM
SMALL SCALE HOME THEATER ROOM
Home theaters don’t always have to be oversized, multi-leveled or equipped with crazy theater seats. This small scaled space is surprisingly spacious with lounge style seating, dark walls and a striped wall for some interest when not completely in the dark.
Picture Ten: THEATER WITH A VIBRANT COLOR SCHEME
THEATER WITH A VIBRANT COLOR SCHEME
Can’t pick just one color? Kids take over the media room? Giant bed style seating and neutral finishes on the floor and walls allow the seating to take center stage.
The best home theater design is home theater with design that brings comfort to the people who watch the movie inside it.