The lobby is a typical choice for enjoying the latest blockbusters, but sometimes it's more fun to make something different into a completely different part of the house. A media room can be a home cinema, a space specially designed to listen to music, watch movies, play darts and billiards with friends, or just to relax. Check out some of our favorite media room ideas. We hope you will like it and inspire you to create your own media room!
The centerpiece of this recreation media room is the bar area, with marble tables and tie-dye effect lighting. The bar furniture is of course made of soft material for comfort, so your friends will be tempted to spend the whole evening enjoying drinks. But you can't waste a great evening drinking booze when you own and enjoy your own home cinema, equipped with curtains to cover the barroom when the main event kicks off. So that the situation in the bar and the lighting in the barroom does not interfere with the focus of the lighting in the media room when you and your friends are watching a movie.
If you're planning on designing the perfect media room, why don't you go all out and build yourself a large bar (Big in the full sense)? This is the dream media room you design for your favorite characters.
If you love your movies, music and sports, this funky media room might give you some ideas on how to turn a less-used area into a sanctuary for relaxation, entertainment, and fun. We love the large sofa and the relaxing lighting around it, so this media room is something really special. What do you think? Let us know and share with your friends. Now that you've seen the top picks for Fun Media Room Ideas. This is the time to share. Let us know which ideas interest you and be sure to share them with all your friends. They may be inspired to make some room changes in their own home to make it a versatile space for you, your family and friends. Good luck!
For Sports Fans
This super-large home cinema screen makes this rather luxurious media room the perfect place for all your friends (and maybe all of theirs!) The classic cinema has dark walls; sort of, ambient lighting; and soft furnishings in dark colors, so you can completely immerse yourself in the film once the lights go out. This two-tiered seat breaks tradition a bit by incorporating a light-colored sofa for a simpler feel, with orange highlights on the scatter cushions. Note that the cozy duvet subtly reflects the color of the pillows to bring a bit of style to this working space. Inset, LED lighting offers some ambiance to the room, while the chandelier behind the back row gives it a bit of retro chic.
There's no reason why media space costs so much. This funky little space has emerged, like the Phoenix, from the graceful gable of this modest attic. All you need for this setup is to install your existing attic beams with a conversion kit from your local hardware store and get them carpeted. If you only have a screen, projector and a few comfortable armchairs, you don't have to worry about reinforcing the floor. Obviously, consult your local builder first. This space has kept its rustic charm by exposing the A-frame, but upped the rest of the roof slats for a clean finish. With a few movie posters to set the tone, this room is poised for blockbusters for years to come.
This media room is indeed a room dedicated to relaxing. The beautifully matched plank cladding on the far wall gives this funky space a log cabin or clubhouse feel. While polished floorboards accentuate the country club's rustic traditions. The pool table takes place behind the audience seats, while the bar stools are just waiting for friends to spend your evening with friends, enjoying the relaxed atmosphere by the small pool, while enjoying a good drink. The corner sofa, in blue that echoes like the fabric of a pool table, introduces a welcoming and comfortable space for conversation. The hard wearing woven rug is placed in the hope that many of your friends will sit on the sofa on the woven rug, making it a great space to spend hours on.
Creating a media room does not have to require a large or square space, you can create a media room and place it anywhere. If there is a part of your house that is currently a dumping ground or a place for storing things that are not used, you can convert that space as the media room you want. You have a prime location for the media room.
The dark brown walls and ceiling alter the surrounding lighting like a whirlpool which is so illuminating in this particular cinematography space, and also allows you to focus on the movie you're watching. The high ceiling light allows freer and unimpeded access to the projector, where it is ceiling-mounted and shines directly from the giant silver screen, while providing enough light to make it a relaxing space. White caving and skirting offer a bit of deep context like a dark abyss, while funky textured wall art brings a visual touch to an eye-catching decor.
Having space to relax from your day at work, is a hope for many people besides relaxing outdoors. Having a luxurious media room, you have to make it happen, having a media room for those of you who want to just relax while enjoying music or watching movies is a necessity, because everyone needs a break from their busy lives. If you work hard, then why feel bad with a little relaxation? Little, shameless luxury is good for the soul.
This ultra-stylish modern media suite is the ultimate in comfort; with a triple-daybed configuration so you can go completely vegetarian while enjoying the magic of the silver screen. A daybed is a lounger's ultimate need — for the rest of us, we'll probably never make it past the opening credits as sleep invites us to the cozy land of Nod. Most of the floor space is filled with super-sized seating, so it's undoubtedly the intended function of this particular movie palace. The ceiling inset, complete with warm LED's and a cappuccino wall makes this a pretty prime location for sleeping. Super strong coffee for me please!