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These 7 Awesome Home Theaters Will Inspire Your Next Renovation

by Ronald Elias

The key to a successful home renovation project isn’t just perspiration – it’s also inspiration.

But just sitting around and waiting for inspiration to descend from up high can not only be time consuming, it can be frustrating. That’s time that could be better spent researching the latest in hi-fi speakers, streaming Netflix for hours, or exploring your new HD TV’s features. Instead, what if inspiration just … came to you?

Well, we’ve scoured the internet for seven amazing home theaters that are sure to inspire design greatness. Get ready to take a look at some pretty amazing home theaters, and remember to take notes for what you want to do with your own media room!

Private dark grey home cinema room with NASA map on the screen

1. Three’s a Crowd

Most home theaters are focused around a central TV screen, but what’s better than having one TV screen in the middle of your theater?

Three. Screens.

That’s right. This custom home theater turned up the awesome factor by three. With two TVs and a projection screen and automated lighting, this theater is sure to give your brain some ideas as to what you can do with your own space. Hint: Lots of tech. Everywhere.

2. Lord of the Theaters

waterfall in a lush New Zealand forest

One does not simply build any old home theater. This Tolkien theater takes the quest for a home theater seriously, making the usually simple task of entering the theater a test for only the worthy. With a touch-sensitive Gate of Durin entrance, a One Ring inscribed table, lighting, maps, theater seating -- and of course a 120” trilogy-worthy screen -- this theater really is one for all the ages of men.

3. Under the Sea

Sometimes, in order to ascend to the highest reaches of home theater design you need to spend some time under water – 20,000 leagues or so under water, in this case. This Nautilus-inspired home theater might not actually take you to the depths of the ocean, but it will at least make it feel like you are enjoying movies in the depths.  

4. Home Galaxies Far, Far Away

 two red and blue 3d light future swords black background

“Star Wars” fans have had a lot to love recently, with an onslaught of new movies hitting theaters over the past few years. But no longer do fans have to rely on going to theaters for that out-of-this-galaxy experience. Now they can find it right in their own entertainment rooms.

For example, just take a look at this “Star Wars” inspired home theater. You’ll be able to watch the battle of Yavin while feeling like you are actually THERE. There’s no stronger force in the galaxy than that, if you ask us.

5. Na-na-na-na, BATMAN!

When he isn’t out saving the people of Gotham, even Batman needs a place to relax and Netflix and chill.

Of course, that’s what his handy Bat Cave is for. And while everybody might not have Bruce Wayne levels of money to shell out $2.5 million for a Batcave home theater like this one, it’s still fun to look at and dream, isn’t it?

And when it comes to current home theaters and your entertainment space, the sky really is the limit, even if you don’t have a cape and can’t glide around.

6. Back to the Stone Age

Maybe you are looking for something a little different than the other entries on the list. Maybe you want your space to reflect something a little more earthy, something a little more solid, something a little more … stone like?

Of course, some of you are probably already wondering about one important facet of this new theater – how does it sound? The good news is that the stone doesn’t get in the way of the sound quality. How’s that for killing two birds with one stone?

7. Here There Be Dragons

close up of a stone dragon head

Winter may be coming, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t take the occasion to bundle up in your custom “Game of Thrones” home theater.

Electronic House offers up a tour of this great sounding – and looking – home theater. The vaulted ceilings and side walls feature controlled back lighting, and an impressive seven-foot-tall, motorized door hides the A/V rack.

If that isn’t enough for you, maybe a walk up the entrance’s spiral staircase, a tour of the sword collection, or a giant dragon head will be enough to get you to bend the knee.

So, there you have it! No matter what you are planning to do with your home theater or media room, there are plenty of ideas out there to help you brainstorm, solve problems, and come up with creative solutions!

You don’t have to handle all of that work on your own, either. We’re always available to help you tackle your next project, so head on over to our contacts page and give us a call! Let us handle the hard work, and we’ll leave the sitting back and enjoying part to you!