Basements are ideal spaces for home theaters … as long as you can lay out the space without structural columns getting in the way.
Is someone in your family is a movie buff? Or maybe there are some major sports fans in your house. How about family members who are simply passionate about catching their favorite TV shows?
In all of these cases, a home theatre is the ultimate way to indulge in these passions. And many homeowners are discovering that there's no better place than the basement for a home theatre.
Why? Well, when you create a home theatre in an upstairs room, you'll inevitably be dealing with existing conditions that can be limiting: windows and doors, electrical outlets that aren't in the right location, unsuitable lighting, and distractions in adjacent rooms.
The basement of your house provides you with a blank slate – the opportunity to design a home theater (or other dream basement) as perfect as you want it to be. Instead of coping with the existing conditions of an upstairs room, you can get the details right the first time when you design a basement home theatre.
A big, low-profile, flat-screen TV is the star player in any home theatre.
A big, low-profile, flat-screen TV is the star player in any home theatre. With some built-in cabinetry underneath and on either side of the screen, you'll be able to hide the wiring and house associated components like DVR boxes and DVD players. Although the cabinetry can appear to be built in, make sure you have access to wiring in case repairs and replacements are necessary.
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