Balancing color in modern home theater design - control panel

Balancing Modern Home Theater Design with Colorful Lighting

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Home theater design become a smart solution to bring an entertainment to your house, by designing your own home theater, you can customize the space available on your house into an interesting and more useful space. By enjoying this gallery, I hope you will be informed to build your DIY home theater design with your favorite choice.

Balancing color in modern home theater design - main view
Balancing color in modern home theater design – main view

Its a great idea to designing a modern home theater design in many colorful lighting, you can choose the appropriate color lighting as You like. Green, blue, brown or blue color. Suitable for family based home theaters design, it designed with several choice that all ages can enjoy.

Balancing color in modern home theater design - front viewTo bring the idea to life, Kyle enlisted the help of Acoustic Room Systems’ Frank Rose and Texas Integrated Systems’ Rod Mueller. The trio began experimenting immediately. In the end, the red-green-blue LED lights from Solavanti were placed on a track and back-mounted to the wall track.

The Browns wanted to incorporate some form of special lighting into the room—including a blue hue to sate Kelli’s love of water. The idea for the lighting system first occurred when Kyle picked up a piece of 3-Form resin. Why not use the product to create columns of light?

Balancing color in modern home theater design - behind view in greenThe theater’s wall panels, made by Acoustic Room Systems, are covered in sandstone fabric with horizontal patterns, which lend a modern touch to the room. The theater seating by Acoustic Innovations—three chairs up front that are combined as a sofa with two elevated loveseats in the back—are upholstered in a warm, distressed premium leather. But the most important design element, everyone agrees, is the lighting.

Balancing color in modern home theater design - control panelThe lights were then tucked behind the 3-Form, which was cut into columns, end-capped and mounted nearly flush with the wall panels. With 18 color variations programmed into the Lutron system, the glowing columns inject the right level of pizzazz and offset the room’s elegant neutrality.

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