Designing a basement home theatre

Is anyone in your family a fan of movies? Maybe there are many sports enthusiasts in your home. Who are the family members who are excited to watch their favorite TV shows? In all these cases, home theater is the easiest way to enjoy these feelings. Many owners have discovered that there is no better place to watch movies from the basement.

 

Why well, every time you shoot a film in a room on a higher floor, you will inevitably face the current conditions that may be limited: the entrance to the window and the house, the incorrectly placed exit, the lighting of the next room and the interference.

The basement is the perfect venue for the theater.

The basement of the property provides an empty space: the ability to create the perfect home theater you want (or any other dream vault). Instead of dealing with the current situation of the room upstairs, you can discover the truth from the first time you design a movie in the basement.

 

Design proposal

 

Hide wires

A large, flat and well-defined TV can be used as a star player in any movie. With built-in cabinets at the bottom of the screen and on each side of the screen, you can hide wires and connected components, such as DVR cabinets and DVD players. Even if the cabinet seems compact, make sure to install the wires if repairs and repairs are required.

Full of energy.

No, the sun does not have to be active in a home theater, but you must be active in lighting control. Put general or ambient lighting on a dimmer to reduce sunlight when watching TV. But make sure to provide work lighting in important places so people can see, eat, or use a laptop.

 

Work lighting can usually be done using lamps on the floor or on the table. For added safety and comfort, be sure to turn on the tray and even the area around the refrigerator, sink, or bathroom door. To reduce power consumption and make the film “green,” use low-intensity compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or lamps.

Keep your space comfortable

Many owners forgot the importance of including isolation in basement renovations. Without them, your new living space will not be as comfortable as you want. Make sure the contractor uses steel foam insulation instead of fiberglass mattresses. Insulation of old mattresses captures moisture, promotes mold growth and loses the value of insulation.

The hard bubble will not be affected by these diseases. When it comes to comfort, it is recommended to ask the contractor to perform a downstairs renovation to control the humidity in the basement through a dehumidifier.

Use comfortable seats

Obviously, if you have dealt with all the above details, you can enjoy comfortable furniture to take advantage of the new home theater system.

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