Luxurious Living Rooms: Home Theater Design Ideas for Great Movie Experiences

A home theater usually makes your viewing the best movies and TV shows feel awesome and give you a great experience. They have got a sound deluxe sound system and great seating. A screening room is not like a dark cave. It is decorated nicely just like any other room in the house.

You can think of luxe leather chairs and other sectionals along with some oak paneling. There are walls of windows and also a fireplace. You can find amazing artworks, blankets and lamps that give an additional layer of coziness and a superb sign of personality.


You just need to take hold of the popcorn and just enjoy! You can use the red cotton velvet curtains that add to the charm of the old Hollywood glamour to the screening room at Ralph Lauren’s double RL Ranch.


The furniture and art room are designed by Scott and Denise Kuriger. Vladimir Kagan sectionals anchor the sunlit screening rooms of a Manhattan townhouse that is designed by Delphine Krakoff.


There are awesome New York designers like Randy Kemper and Tony Ingrao whose stairway leads to a nice screening space.


You can find a great screening room at hotelier Jeff’s Los Angeles home. The designer Stuart took help from the oval room in George’s home that was designed by Haines.


There is a fire that is below the built-in Samsung TV at John Legend’s Los Angeles home. The sofa is by B&B Italia and the chair is the vintage Osvaldo Borsani.

It was Studio Sofield that made a chic oak paneled media room for the Aspen family. In true cinema style you can find good looking sconces that light up the walls of the home theater in the Atlanta residence that was designed by Suzanne Kasler.

You can find at fourteen foot screen which is the main event at the home of George Clooney’s theater at Casamigos at is getaway in Los Cabos in Mexico.

It was Rowell and Bannenberg who designed the interiors of a one hundred and twenty eight foot Feadship yacht.

You can find that in the Brazilian villa that was designed by Isay Weinfeld, there were some shelves made above the room of the windows of the cinema that are elegant.

The screening room of a Texas ranch was made by John Cattrell can house at least thirty six guests in leather and motorized seats.

Malibu home design interiors are by Judith Lance and the screening room has got luxurious upholstered club chairs and a nice, cushioned daybed that hangs from the ceiling.


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