You have just purchased a luxury villa on your 50th birthday. More than that, you have decorated it with high-end products that exude class and opulence.
This surely deserves a celebration.
But is your house missing something important?
What about a piece of certain electrical equipment to complement your giant LED TV?
Because let’s face it — no matter how expensive or large your TV is, it isn’t enough anymore. Unless you pair it up with a home theatre system, you will always feel as if something is missing. More than that, adding a home theatre system to your room can also do wonders for your decor.
Read on to find out how you can incorporate a snazzy home theatre in your home decor.
1. Make The Interiors Cozy – Bring In Comfy Seats
You have an ultra-large TV and high-quality home theatre to go with it.
Now all you need is to add ultra-comfy sofas and recliners to add the final touch to your room — be it your living room or drawing room.
And we are not talking about your regular sofas. Nothing less than soft, melt-into sofas will do. You might we skeptical about shelling out more budget on this extra addition, but when you look at the final decor, you would know that it had been well worth the effort and expenditure.
You can also style your new sofas with complementary bean bags and sofa accessories like large, comfy cushions and cushion covers to give a wonderful contrast to your entire house decor.
Pro Tip: Make sure that all the sofa seats get a clear view of the TV screen. Otherwise, it will be rankling to the person who will have to sit on the sofa seat that requires them to crane their neck or sit in an inclined position.
2. Cover Your Walls With Noise Absorptive Materials
You have purchased a snazzy home theatre — but have you thought about the noise it will make in the whole house, resonating through the walls of your room?
Didn’t think that through, did you?
Well, one should ideally make sure to cover at least 50-70 percent of the room’s wall with noise absorptive materials like fibre, PVC, foam, acoustic boards, and so forth.
With a noise absorptive layer in place, you won’t have to worry about the volume of your home theatre anymore. After all, it doesn’t bode well that the whole house grapples with a resounding noise while you immerse yourself in a wonderful experience.
3. Lighten Up Your Room With Crystal Chandeliers
If you believe in living life king size, then your house should also exude this innate fervour for grandness. And nothing less than the best will do!
To give your room a feel of opulence and grandeur, it is important that you decorate it with the right amount of lighting components — and what’s better than a crystal chandelier?
That said, don’t overdo with the lightings. Because to get the best experience of a home theatre system, it is always great to mask the excessive light. It is important to strike a balance between the lighting and the darkness. While working on the lighting of the room, don’t forget that bad lighting is eye-pinching, not to say glaringly obvious.
4. Install Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
I know you are quivering with anticipation. I know I would if I had a home theatre system in my room waiting to be used.
But hold on!
Amid all this hoopla about decor, you seem to be forgetting something important.
What about the carpeting?
This is something that people often overlook when working on the interior designing of their home. However, nothing feels more intimate and posh than wall-to-wall carpeting in your room. It especially goes well with an immersive movie theatre system. Wall-to-wall carpeting will not only help absorb excessive sound but also make your theatre room look like something out of a Vogue magazine photo shoot.
Also, one of the greatest things about wall-to-wall carpeting is that now you would have no qualms about ditching the sofa seat and just lay down comfortably on the floor.
Sounds like a great idea, right?