Dreamy Home Theaters for Any Budget

Whether your flat screen is in the living room or in a dedicated home theater, you can create a cushy spot for some serious television watching.

  • wood paneled tv room is family favorite

    Solid Viewing

    This wood-enveloped space, designed by Christopher J. Grubb, creates the perfect second family room in this home. A small kitchen is tucked neatly in the corner. Image by Dana Hoff

  • family room warmed by red walls

    Cozy Space

    The stone fireplace surround with a hanging flat-screen monitor is the focal point of this family room. Extra-cushy loungers allow for long movie viewing in comfort. Design by architect Andreas Charalambous

  • wenge wood wall compliments contemporary living

    Housing It All

    In this design by architect Andreas Charalambous, a Wenge wood wall with lighted cutouts incorporates the fireplace and flat-screen TV as well as abundant space for AV equipment.

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    Set the Mood

    The calming colors of light teal, gold, brown, white and black in the rug help set the color palette in this design by Judi Ackerman.

  • art deco styled home theatre

    A Dreamy Place

    The classic 1940s art-deco style with strong, bright colors grabs your attention in this home theater, designed by Yvonne Lane.

  • custom media cabinets create family friendly space

    Convertible Room

    Custom media cabinetry, complemented by subtle up-lighting on the wood ceiling, anchors this room, designed by Christopher J. Grubb. Swivel chairs give the room flexibility. Image by Scott Mayoral

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    California-Style Relaxing

    Contemporary design infuses this comfortable and inviting viewing room. The color palette is influenced by the views of the California coastline that can be seen throughout the house. Designed by Velvet Hammerschmidt

  • luxuriously modern media room

    Smooth and Sleek

    Art deco gets a modern touch in this home theater. Silk sofas and chairs combine well with velvet upholstered acoustical wall panels. Design Tip: Use wall sconces as surround lighting that can be dimmed for viewing the movie. Design by Ammie Kim

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