Jimmy Jacobs Custom Homes - Vintage OaksTransitional Home Theater, Austin
The electric fireplace in the media room is a great memory point for this intriguing space. The inviting sectional provides a comfortable and cozy seating arrangement for friends and family to watch movies. The dark walls create contrast against the over stuffed and comfortable yellow sofa which allows it to be focus with in the room.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Shark-ready screens. Until fairly recently, homeowners looking for an authentic home theater experience were opting for projectors paired with pull-down screens or a white wall in their designated home theater space. Mary Dewalt of the Austin, Texas-based Mary Dewalt Design Group says her team has seen homeowners forgoing projectors in favor of larger TV sets in home theater spaces. “Generally, TVs are less expensive and the screen quality is excellent,” Dewalt says. Not only are larger, movie theater-style TVs more affordable these days, they typically do better than projectors when it comes to brightness (projectors’ images can be harder to see when there’s ambient light), sound quality and resolution — a must when it comes to bingeing vibrant wildlife footage.How High Should Your TV Be?