Extravagant, baroque, flamboyant, implausible and maybe flashy! These words should ideally describe that Home Theater you are planning to adorn your home with. Stretching across your room, with sheer grandeur, making the onlookers gasp with the awe of its exquisiteness. Indeed the best in the business! You’ve got the space and money. But one odd thing stands in between. The question of ‘Which one?’. Obviously, you need a Home Theater that goes with your attitude too! Combining looks and comfort with high quality audio and video. Don’t worry; a complete guide to some of those perfect beauties ever made is here. Just read on…
Custom-Made Home Theater: Handcrafted by Panelli Studios
The antiqued yet fine detailing holds the key to splendor here. Designed by Mario Panelli Studios, it’s geared with Axiom speakers, 54 light fixtures, a Runco LS-5 DLP projector and more. The screen is 54”x126”. The design embodies abstract art played around with modern contemporary styling. Every fraction handcrafted, to give that exclusive personalized look.
Raven Scarlett Home Theater: Stylistic Conventions of Utilizing Space
This Raven-Scarlett modern theater is a brainchild of Bjorn Kristensen. Notice how the smart big black chairs are filling up the entire passage to ward off emptiness and give a directional flow towards the big screen. The symbolic red carpet enhances the look of the room while the embroidered walls give it a richly exquisite feel.
Lavish Home Theater: Adorned with Draperies
At first glimpse, this winner of 2010 Home Electronic House Year Award may look like a curtain show! But very few would know that apart from blending in perfectly with that light wood color, these free-flowing curtains smooth out the sound reflected by wood. The clean interior owes itself to the teeth in well-ventilated equipment cabinet outside the theater.
Exclusive Home Theater: Exhibiting Multi-LCD
Finally, something for people who think one is not enough! Check out this chic Home Theater adorned with nine LCDs. The hue of the walls and the modern seating system are altogether giving warmth to the style. What’s more, you can choose which program to watch with just one touch. So, just sit back, choose and play!
The Green Theater: Becoming One with Nature’s Spirit
Digging down earthy colors and calling on the nature’s spirit, this theater dares to be different. Designed by Al DeGaetano, this home theater brings in the woods. The stone pillars on the screen wall are reflecting naturalistic element. The seats are more than comfortable. The perfectly placed media racks showcase the owner’s extensive music and movie collection.
The Smart Theater: Cleverly Veiled in the Attic
Seemingly spread over a vast expanse, this theater shatters all the claims of being built in an attic! Design Cinema Privée did the unbelievable and turned the attic into a fully fledged Home Theater, accessible by a secret door looking like a bookcase. To fend off the problem of sound isolation, two layers of decoupled drywall and a viscoelastic material is used.
The Combined Home Theater: For Movies and Performing Arts
Imagine a Home Theater perfected with a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ stage balconies and a center stage complete with theatrical lighting of RGBY. This theater radiates a perfect combination of well treated acoustics, energy management, and a centralized controlled system. This 25×40 room boasts of excellent audio with speakers in a seven-channel array.
The Multi-Purpose Home Theater: A Complete Media Room
This stunning Media room is all about warmth and contemporary décor! Designed by a team of experts at ESC, it’s decked up with impressive audio-video system and stands proudly in a 6,000-square-foot home. Situated adjacent to the dining room, it caters not only as a home theater but also as a family room, audio room, and a mini library.
The Classic Home Theater: Growing Old in Style
What else could be a perfect place for retiring than a home equipped with a splendid home theater geared up with whole house audio, lighting control, climate control, etc. DSI entertainment systems utilized the jog in the wall as an asset and framed it into a screen wall. Completing the rich look are pillars that stand majestically on both sides of the wall.
Cineplex Instigated Home Theater: The Flamboyant Boy
Just imagine! A flamboyant Cineplex compacted into a room with a 144 inch-diagonal screen operated by a highly capable remote, projected upon by a powerful VX-1000ci DLP projector. An art deco theme with a contemporary touch complete with majestic red curtains being drawn to start the show. Enough to hold your breath and fall in love with it!