I love when I’m asked to work on media rooms of all types for my design clients from Yardley to Philadelphia to Princeton. Today, media rooms fall into two classifications: Dedicated Media Rooms look and feel like full out home movie theaters or there are Integrated Media Rooms, which are gaining trend today.
Sometimes it's just not possible to share the TV. What’s a family to do when one member is pulling for reruns of Seinfeld, and the other is rooting for the Kardashians? If you’re finding that remote-control wars are becoming common in your family room, it may be time to transform that unused space in your basement into a media room. On the rare occasion that everyone agrees, a perfect media room can be the perfect home theater for movie nights.
Whether you’re finishing a basement or you’ve included a media room in your new home, planning includes more than a visit to your nearest home electronics retail store. Here’s a list of tips from Houzz to create the perfect media room for your home:
Countless hours are spent around the TV with family and friends. If you are lucky enough to have a home theater or media room, why not make movie night a showstopper? Turn a ho-hum movie night into an Oscarworthy event with a dramatic and welcoming media room. These 10 designer tips will give you the tools to help your media room steal any show.
Find the perfect arrangement for the television, Modern Luxury Interior gaming systems, and more with our stylish media room ideas. Organization is key in keeping a catchall room such as this in check: TVs, DVD players, computers, laptops, remotes, cords,
You work hard, you want to play hard. Media rooms are a great treat. My job is to insure that we delegate your budget wisely so that we can get you the end product you and your family are wishing for. For fun, if you engage us to begin a media room with you this month, we’ll gift you with $100 gift certificate to the retailer of your choice toward the TV of your choice! Ah…that luxury media room,