Home Cinema

Many modern homes are making extra room for a home theatre. Having your own cinema not only increases your home's value, but it also grants you front row tickets even to major sporting events. If you love movies, series, and creativity through film making, you better start planning the making of your home theatre. 

Define your kind of big screen

The cinema's screen is the focal point of any home theatre. The crystal clear and realistic wide display can make characters and scenes come to life. Your large screen will shape and determine the movie experience. If money and space is not an issue, the ground-breaking Wall TV proves to be a great investment. This 292-inch TV can feel like a necessity, but if you want to stick on a budget, you can opt for less expensive options without compromising on the experience. Advanced projectors have been frequenting the home cinema scene. There are ultra-short-throw ones which can be placed two inches away from the wall. This is undeniably a convenient and extremely portable option. However, children and easy-to-reach projectors don't go hand in hand. You can opt for long-throw ones which you will need a projector wall mount for. This way, you can preserve safety at home with the luxury of seeing a movie in ultra-big and HD display. 

Ensure reverberating sound quality

If you're able to save by opting for a projector instead, you have every right to splurge on an epic sound system. A well-distributed sound system elevates any movie experience. Imagine hearing the taking off of a plane and having a designated speaker at the ceiling—this screams realistic! Instead of merely watching the movie, you can experience the movie through adequate speakers, subwoofers, and a well-carpeted floor. Make sure the positioning of your speaker and sub are on point. Otherwise, the movie would sound "meh". 

Invest in a powerful receiver

If you've splurged on a quality sound system, the receiver where it gets connected to needs to be as powerful. Receivers come in different forms, and some are solely for music playing. Choosing the right receiver for your home theatre will prevent your money from going to waste. If you want a top of the line option, look for smart receivers you can easily link to popular voice assistants. This way, watching a movie becomes a command away. 

Choose your furniture

Picking your furniture is a personal journey that is determined by your personality and sense of comfort. Some homeowners prefer recliners, others prefer a large plush sofa, while some find beanbags most comfortable. Make sure you spend enough time picking the right aesthetic and furniture pieces for your entertainment room because no one else can make this personal decision for you. 

Adding accessories such as a snack bar and LED lights will make a more entertaining room but are ultimately optional. At the end of the day, your home cinema is a cave you can retreat to so make it as comfortable and pampering as you want.