Oregon Coast HomeContemporary Home Cinema, Portland
The home theater has inviting velvet chairs, funny Mexican movie posters and pillows made from vintage silk scarves. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Rearrange your seatingFor a successful evening, you’ll want to ensure everybody has a good view of the screen. One way to make sure this happens is to limit your numbers. Don’t over-invite – it will just make things crowded and uncomfortable and has the potential to be stressful for you. Figure out how many people you can reasonably accommodate and stick to that number. Then think about the best configuration of your seating. If you have space, double-layer seating works really well and creates a cinema vibe.
MoviesFilm buffs take note: you don’t have to build an entire home theatre in order to enjoy a film night. Frame your favourite movie posters on the wall and line sofas one behind the other for an equally epic home cinema.