To showcase your televisions, and also to store all of your
other digital media, select an entertainment center or storage
unit that suits your needs. You’ll want to consider storage
for movies, remotes, and cables, as well as receivers, DVD
players, and stereo equipment. Choosing a storage unit to organize
all of your electronics helps to maintain a sleek, clean look
in your home theater.
Next you’ll need to choose seating. Home theater seating
should be comfortable and should allow for all of your family
and guests to clearly view your television. Many furniture
retailers sell theater room furniture specifically designed
to meet these two needs; and often they include other important
options like reclining and trays or cup holders for refreshments.
Once you’ve created the basic structure for your entertainment
room, you’ll need to give it some personality. You may
wish to include a wet bar or a mini fridge for easy access
to snack and drinks. Or perhaps you won’t only use your
entertainment room as a theater. If you plan to entertain in
other ways, leave space within the room for other fun pieces
such as a pool table or additional chairs for more conversation-friendly
Insider Tip- Make certain that your cabinet pieces have good
ventilation to keep your electronic components safe from excessive
Insider Tip-Adjustable wall units will allow you to grow to
the next size of TV.