ContemporaryContemporary Home Cinema, London

Design ideas for a contemporary home cinema in London with brown walls. —  Houzz
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thompsonglenroythompsonglenroy wrote:11 April 2016
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      brilliant_lighting
      Brilliant Lighting added this to Lighting: Reasons to Consider a Lighting Control System in Your Home17 November 2015

      Make movie night even more specialLighting control can add a touch of drama to your home cinema or TV room. By integrating lighting control with the audio-video control, you can transform movie night into an event. A single-button press on the remote can drop the screen and turn on the projector to bring up your favourite movies, while slowly dimming the lights for the perfect cinema experience.TELL US…Have you designed an innovative lighting system for your home or a room in your home? Share your tips and photos in the Comments below.

      cathyrebecca1
      Cathy Rebecca added this to Lifestyle: How to Create a Cinematic Experience in Your Own Home5 December 2014

      Hide away your projectorAnother way to have the technology of our dreams without compromising on style is by using a motorised projector lift. It’s even possible to activate the lift from an app on your smartphone. A projector can be concealed in the ceiling or in a tabletop. Then, whenever you want to watch a film, your living room or kitchen can be transformed into your own private cinema. When looking for a motorised projector lift, having a device that works quietly is essential. The experience isn’t quite so magical if the motor is too loud or the hinges squeak!

      jenniferebert
      Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to 9 Clever Ways to Use Hidden Lights25 April 2014

      Take it to the edgeThe strip of lights running around this recessed ceiling would be an elegant option for any living room, as it casts an even, gentle light. Make sure you have it wired to a dimmer switch so you can set the mood – particularly if you’re planning to enjoy film nights.TELL US...Do you incorporate hidden lights in your home? Share your best tips in the Comments below.

      What Houzz users are commenting on:

      danielle_rotter
      Danielle Rötter added this to Danielle's Ideas21 May 2021

      I like the lighting projector space - very cool

      jchristian1515
      jchristian1515 added this to Movie Room19 April 2021

      Just realized tonight we have no plans for any shelving or cabinetry below the tv! Will need something since all the sonos amps and wiring for house run there plus kids gaming consoles.

      robert_kiraz
      Robert Kiraz added this to Soffit19 April 2021

      Let's work in LED lighting above the soffit.

      leon_dumont
      Leon Dumont added this to Cinema Lounge31 March 2021

      Lighter colours. Dark cinema wall. Hideaway projector

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