Designing Your Own Home Theater Room
|For generations, the design of our houses has changed in order to accommodate the ever-changing way of life. For example, we all know that a long time ago, TV sets were usually placed in just one corner of the living room. But today, we even allocate one whole space to our entertainment systems. Since you are also interested in setting up your own home theater, below are some helpful information on designing a home theater room.|
First of all, you should choose a large rectangular room. And if you want to create an authentic feel, the ceilings should be higher than usual. Also, it is very ideal to have the room in the dark areas of your house. If there's any space in your basement where natural light doesn't get through, you may take advantage of that area. Though you may be designing a room with windows, you can just add heavy drapes or dark shades to make the room dark.
The next thing you must consider in designing a home theater room is the space and sound. The theater room should be far from rooms where noise would be annoying. But if this not possible for you, then you can just soundproof the entire theater room through placing an insulation before putting in the soundproofing boards or hanging the sheet rock on the walls.
Furthermore, make sure that the space for your home theater is big enough to have room for a few nice and comfy seating. For best viewing, don't forget to place the seating a few feet away from the television.
In designing a home theater room, there's more to consider than just the room size, shape, and types of electronics. You can also add something that will reflect your personal style such as chairs or some of your favorite movies' memorabilia.