22 Luxe Home Theaters That Will Leave You Starstruck

Grab the popcorn and get your binge watch on — in style.

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Hollywood Herringbone

Ah, a theater that is as chic as the Hollywood stars it showcases! Warm, reclaimed wood is set in an ultra-trendy herringbone pattern, adding a fierce pop of personality to this vivid, teal theater.

Raise the Bar

This modern media room exceeds expectations. The space is striking with ample, comfy seating and a four-stool bar in the back. What better place to nurse a drink or scarf down a mid-movie snack?

Al Fresco Screening

Turns out, you don’t need to hit up the drive-in theater to enjoy a movie outdoors. Enter: this al fresco screening porch. We appreciate how it allows you to catch your favorite flicks outdoors without using a drop of gas to get there.

Make This: DIY Outdoor Movie Room

Sleek Ceiling

This cozy viewing room offers the choice of plush seating on a velvet sectional or chic leather recliners. Regardless of your seat selection, you’re guaranteed a spectacular view of both the movie and that drool-worthy coffered ceiling.

Pass the Popcorn

Cozying up for a movie has never looked quite this luxe. A modern fireplace illuminates the handsome brown sectional and plush, orange seating poufs. The real show-stopper in the space? The oversized projection screen. Did we mention it can easily be store overheard when not in use?

Best Views in the House

A projector screen offers homeowners an immersive viewing experience from the depths of their contemporary, cream-colored sofa. The best views, of course, are seen through the wall-to-wall windows of the waterfront property.

Catch the Big Game

This man-cave proves comfort and style go hand-in-hand. Rows of oversized armchairs offer ultimate comfort while dark charcoal walls ensure there are no visual distractions during the second half.

Show-Stopping White

Dark screening rooms are most common, but this snowy bonus room proves that sometimes it’s well worth the risk to break from the norm. The light, white walls serve the space well and create airiness in relatively close quarters.

Stargazing (x2)

Two rows of plush sofa-beds create superior seating for this high-end screening room. But our favorite feature? Soft, pin-prick lighting allows views of stars overhead while you watch stars on the screen.

Elegant Upholstery

Not a single, crumb-littered theater seat in sight. Instead, this home screening room features soft, leather seats and sofas with cream, microfiber upholstery. Don’t worry, they thought of everything and added cup holders throughout. Cheers!


It’s easy to imagine spending hours cross-legged, watching cartoons and devouring candy here, agreed? Pops of color in fun orange swings and vibrant throw pillows push this kid-friendly media room to the next level. Plus, the TV has it’s very own "top secret hiding spot" when not in use that kids of all ages can appreciate.

Pool Party

Swim and sip as you enjoy your favorite flicks poolside, like The Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, do in their fabulous Las Vegas splash pad.

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Basement Media Room

Who said a basement couldn’t be drool-worthy? We’re picking our jaws up from the floor over this contemporary cave used for private viewings. Back-to-back couches and a console divide this large room into two spaces, while orange accent pillows energize the gray hues. For the ultimate theater room experience, a large projector screen can be retracted from the ceiling.

The Look of Luxury

Rose-hued velvet, glossy black tables and café-colored upholstery are the height of glamor in this sophisticated and intimate screening room.

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Less is More

Minimalists love a good movie night too, you know! This ultra-modern home theater proves all you need to enjoy the latest blockbuster is a cozy seat and something equal parts sweet and salty to eat.


Caution to those easily distracted! The glimmering, gorgeous twinkle lights on the ceiling of this sleek screening room may make it more difficult than usual to focus on your favorite rom-com. Pop some popcorn and proceed with caution, friends.

Silver Screen, Silver Scheme

Shades of silver and blue work in tandem with bright-white and modern metallic accents to create the ultimate screening room. An oversized sofa provides ample seating and is piled-high with plush pillows for added coziness and style.

50 Shades of Glam

Why leave the house for date night ever again? This smoky home theater is intimate and romantic. The screening room boasts a large sectional with plenty of room for cuddling. Our favorite addition to the space? The pretty, plush ottomans that are prime for playing a little footsie.

Summer Under the Stars

Transform your backyard into an open-air movie theater with this easy DIY screen made from PVC pipes and a white sheet.

Make It: DIY PVC Pipe Projection Screen

Dark + Handsome

A long, oversized sectional flanks the walls in this comfortable home theater, which features dark leathers and warm colors. Large ottomans provide a place to prop your feet or set your popcorn and soda while you watch Bogie on the big screen.

Keep It Casual

This colorful space proves there’s no need for over-the-top, dramatic design when creating a screening space. We appreciate the casual-cool feel of this design and the pop of rich teal via the artwork on the walls.

Double-Up the Sofa

Why have one super-stylish smoky gray sectional when you could have two super-stylish smoky gray sectionals? Double the smokiness, double the style. Count us in. This Southwestern home theater proves there is power (and an undeniable wow-factor) in numbers.

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