It is not so dif­fi­cult to choose the fur­ni­ture that is suit­able for you and the most com­fort­able for plac­ing a cin­e­ma. There is a set of sim­ple rules, guid­ed by which you can choose the right fur­ni­ture. There are var­i­ous dif­fi­cul­ties, for exam­ple, if the home the­ater itself does not fit into the inte­ri­or. If this is the case in your case, then you may have to pick up addi­tion­al acces­sories that will help bal­ance the design and make it har­mo­nious. This will make it pos­si­ble to con­ve­nient­ly place equip­ment, max­i­mize the use of open­ings in the walls

First, let’s think about how the fur­ni­ture will be locat­ed and how to choose it cor­rect­ly. First of all, deter­mine in which room and at what point in the room the cin­e­ma will stand. Or maybe you will take a sep­a­rate room for watch­ing movies? This is the best option, then you don’t have to come up with sophis­ti­cat­ed design solu­tions. A pro­jec­tor, a high-qual­i­ty DVD play­er, a sound sys­tem — all this can be safe­ly used on the scale of an entire room turned into a cin­e­ma. And ergonom­ic fur­ni­ture is the best addi­tion to spe­cial­ized equip­ment. Arm­chairs with reclin­ing backs and soft arm­rests, for exam­ple. There are lines of fur­ni­ture designed specif­i­cal­ly for such pur­pos­es. Although the main cri­te­ri­on is your per­son­al com­fort. You just need to sit on an ottoman or arm­chair to feel whether it suits you, whether you can spend two or three hours watch­ing a movie in it with­out falling asleep.

A sep­a­rate room for your own cin­e­ma at home should not be over­loaded with fur­ni­ture. Extra objects inter­fere with the qual­i­ty dis­tri­b­u­tion of sound. The fur­ni­ture that still stands should be as low as pos­si­ble so as not to impede the prop­a­ga­tion of sound waves.

Optimal - to fix the screen on the wall

Opti­mal — to fix the screen on the wall

Care must be tak­en to ensure that the spe­cial TV rack is of the cor­rect height. Name­ly, so that the screen is at eye lev­el when view­ing. This is the same require­ment for both the TV and the pro­jec­tor screen. It is this posi­tion that will pro­vide max­i­mum com­fort to the eyes. The best thing is to mount the screen on the wall, but if this is not pos­si­ble, buy a stand, care­ful­ly select­ed in height. The choice of stands on the mod­ern mar­ket is suf­fi­cient. Dif­fer­ent design, dif­fer­ent mate­r­i­al, dif­fer­ent dimen­sions. Glass, stone or wood, plas­tic, chip­board — every­thing is avail­able to the buy­er. Although glass shelv­ing is the most pop­u­lar, it makes the design visu­al­ly lighter and goes well with almost all styles. Final­ly, make sure that all the fas­ten­ers of the struc­ture sit tight­ly and do not hang out, since even such a small detail affects the sound qual­i­ty.

If the TV does not fit into the inte­ri­or

What if the inte­ri­or of the room is already ready, and a mod­ern flat-screen TV does not fit with it at all? Is it pos­si­ble to some­how get out of this sit­u­a­tion? Yes, expe­ri­enced design­ers can sug­gest a few ways to help you. For exam­ple, hide the screen using fur­ni­ture or drap­ery. Speak­ers can be hid­den behind cur­tains, and the TV itself can be hid­den behind cab­i­net doors. Thus, the tech­nique is always at hand, and does not inter­fere.

If you are equip­ping a sep­a­rate cin­e­ma room, you should think about sound­proof­ing. Good sound qual­i­ty is ensured not only by the speak­ers, but by the imper­me­abil­i­ty of the walls to exter­nal inter­fer­ence. In addi­tion, you will get com­plete free­dom, not being afraid to dis­turb your neigh­bors with music or a movie turned on at full capac­i­ty. Even a sim­ple wall drap­ery with fab­ric gives a notice­able effect. This is both an oppor­tu­ni­ty to beau­ti­ful­ly dec­o­rate a room, and pro­vid­ing par­tial impen­e­tra­bil­i­ty.

Home the­ater light­ing

The light­ing sys­tem should be tak­en seri­ous­ly, too bright light makes it dif­fi­cult to per­ceive the pic­ture from the screen, too dim — it will dam­age your eye­sight. In the dark, due to the con­trast with the col­or pic­ture, the eyes get tired faster. Opti­mum dif­fused light with the option of adjust­ing the degree of illu­mi­na­tion.

Sum­ma­riz­ing, we can say that the best fur­ni­ture in a home the­ater will be low tables and stands, tables, racks with addi­tion­al draw­ers and shelves, as well as com­fort­able uphol­stered fur­ni­ture with fold­ing backs.

The pub­li­ca­tion is placed as adver­tis­ing

Source: Mr. Doors