The extraordinary circumstances resulting from the recent pandemic has resulted in multiplexes and cinema halls pulling down their shutters temporarily. With the uncertainty about when it will end, and life as we know it put on hold until it does, it's time to convert a corner, basement, or the extra room in your home into a media room or home theatre. Family entertainment sessions, spent watching movies or series, can replace outings to the mall for shopping and a movie. A comfortable and elegantly designed home theatre will surely be a rewarding experience for the entire family. To inspire you, here are some simple and elegant home theatre designs from professional interior designers and decorators. Have a look!
Constructed in two levels, what grabs the attention here is the smart combination of blue and ebony, which is soothing to the eyes and gives the home theatre a relaxed atmosphere. While blue dominates the upper level that has a sofa and a cushioned wall, the lower level has a comfortable seating arrangement done up in ebony tones. The wall cladding and wood flooring improve the sound quality for a better experience.
Recliners arranged in rows to replicate theatre seating, tufted wall panels along the wall, recessed lights glowing from the floor and ceiling, and the red carpet complete the look of this warm and inviting mini home theatre. All one needs is a tub of popcorn for the perfect experience.
The landing space on the first floor doubles up as a home theatre for the family to enjoy TV time in an informal and relaxed environment. A day bed joined to form L-shaped seating, a chair, a floor cushion, the nesting coffee table and a rug on the floor set the tone for comfortable viewing.
This beautiful home theatre with a large screen boasts stylish wall design, comfortable seating arrangements in different levels and soft carpet covering the floor. The classy combination of orange and dark grey adds elegance to the decor, giving it a stunning look.
The leather couch, the coffee table, a large screen and diffused lighting make the design of this home theatre ideal for binge-watching. The minimalist decor is quite modern, and the design is perfect for a small home where the living room can convert into the home theatre after hours.
You can mix and match cushions, couches, and all the chairs and seats you can find in your home to create a unique home theatre for your family. Push the seating against the wall to keep the centre free for the children to entertain themselves.
With work from home becoming the new norm, designing a home office and home theatre in the same room makes sense. Adjustable lighting, a work table in a corner, a comfortable couch in front of the screen, and wood on the walls and floors for enhancing sound quality – whether it's for work or entertainment, this multi-functional space will help to bring the family together.
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