Published at Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - 07:25:40 AM. Theatre Seating. By Milo Nee.
It is quite obvious that if you don't use good quality TV, DVD player you will get bad quality output. But having these electronics components installed is just half part of the picture. You must have the interior environment of the home theatre designed in such a way that enhances the output from the TV and speakers and you must be a proper relaxed mood to enjoy all that. This is where home theatre seating comes into picture. You cannot expect poor quality chairs to be used in a home theatre. The very purpose of a home theater is to enjoy by "relaxing". That is why many options for seating arrangements are possible.
Do you have windows in this room? You will need room darkening window treatments, whether shades, drapes or a combination of the two. Many custom drapery and shade fabricators offer blackout lining as an option. You can find a wide selection of blackout lined curtain sizes at HTmarket.com, with over 30 fabric colors to choose from. There are several types of lighting you can use to enhance your home theatre experience. For "raising the house lights," recessed lighting on a dimmer switch will allow you to have overhead lighting where you can control the brightness. If you set up a counter/bar area (or for the purposes of this article a "concession" stand) you can use a couple of pendant lights on a separate switch, so at "intermission", people can see what they are eating and drinking. Sconces spaced along the walls will add that theatrical touch. Cinema Shop (www.cinemashop.com) has wall sconces with movie themes, as well as other lighting, that is functional while enhancing the décor.
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