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8 Fabulous DIY Home Movie Theaters

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Looking to bring the excitement of Hollywood into your home? Here are 8 amazing home theaters to get you inspired.

 


  • DIY Recycle Pallet Stadium-Style Seating 1 of 8
    Reclaimed wood shipping pallets create a cozy spot for friends to gather in this home theater. The pallets also serve double-duty as storage for DVDs,magazines, and books.
    via apartment therapy
  • DIY Backyard Theater 2 of 8
    It doesn't get any cooler than this! For a few hundred bucks, you can build an uber cool theater in your backyard, too.
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  • Cinema Neon 3 of 8
    This futuristic fantasy home theater may be out of reach for most, but there are still takeaways for the average DIY home theater. Bean bags are perfect for fun & affordable home theater seating that can be easily rearranged.
    via gizmodo
  • Attic Home Theater 4 of 8
    Does your house have unused attic space? That may be the perfect spot for a home theater the entire family can enjoy!
    via apartment therapy
  • Hidden Home Theater 5 of 8
    Sometimes it's best to keep all that high-tech gadgetry hidden from view. The owner of this apartment did just that by creating a hideaway theater in a space measuring only 420 square feet.
    via apartment therapy
  • $2.5 Million Pirates of the Caribbean Home Theater 6 of 8
    If money's no object and you've got a few million that you're itching to spend, you could always build a home theater with a studio-quality remake of your favorite film's set. The owner of this Palm Beach home theater obviously has a thing for Pirates of the Caribbean.
    via apartment therapy
  • Ultimate IKEA Hack Home Theater 7 of 8
    This home theater was built-out using furniture from IKEA. The high-end audio visual components are another story, of course.
    via apartment therapy
  • Converted Fireplace Theater 8 of 8
    Let's be honest — how often do you light a fire in your fireplace? If your answer was "not very often," convert that unused fireplace into a custom frame for your flatscreen.
    via apartment therapy

 

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