How to Elegantly Tie Your Home Theater into Your Unique Home Décor
Creative Inspiration for Your Home Theater Design
If you’re contemplating adding a home theater to your estate but are worried that it won’t match your personal style, have no fear. Whether you decorate your house in minimalistic style or with Louis XV antiques, your home doesn’t have to look like a sterile chain movie theater setting. Working with a private cinema expert, you can customize every aspect of your home theater design to match your taste.
Ready to brainstorm for your theater? Let’s explore the possibilities to make your Bel Air, California cinema feel like home.
Find the Right Layout
How would you prefer to enjoy at-home movie premiers? Cinema layouts don’t have to be one-size-fits-all. Choose between stadium-style or one-level seating with sectional sofas. Do you want to host large parties or only select close friends? Would you prefer vintage wooden-framed seats, reclining loungers, or love seats? It’s entirely up to you. Options extend to the screen, too, with the choice between curved or flat screens. If you’d like, screens can remain hidden behind a curtain or lower from the ceiling when not in use. Or if you’d prefer, highlight the display as the room’s centerpiece, like an opera theater’s stage. If you can dream it, we can build it.
Themes and Color Schemes
At Future Home Theater, we work alongside interior designers to build home theaters that not only perform phenomenally but look like a work of art. We have seen plenty of creative ideas over the years—constellations on the ceiling, aquarium windows, and columned palace interiors. Perhaps you’d like to style your theater after your favorite movie or time period. Or maybe you’d like to keep it simple, with dark wallpaper and seats to absorb light. Just know that if there’s a direction you’d like us to take with your home theater, it’s entirely possible.
Space to Entertain
Another option for your private cinema is to use it as a multipurpose entertaining space. With plush carpet, low-to-the-ground seating, and coffee tables, guests will feel relaxed to hang out and enjoy food and drinks before the show begins. Add a stocked bar or a popcorn machine to the room, and if there isn’t space for lots of lounge seating, try a conversation pit. With depressed flooring and a soft place to sit, friends and family will love gathering inside to debate and discuss the movie once the credits roll.
Feeling inspired? Get started on your dream home cinema with Future Home Theater. Give us a call at (310) 559-6100 or fill out our online contact form here. We look forward to working with you!