But, I hope you might be interesting in the tip I am giving you here. Did you plan to have some area rugs with carpet? Maybe in the dressing room or waiting room that will give new look to your theater rooms.
Here is some collection of rugs, you can find more on the internet or might be on this website "rugs gallery": http://www.alyshaan.com
Joy Carpet, "Walk of Fame," in burgundy. I got it through Ken at Stargate Cinema
Looking towards the stage.
Towards the back with the closet on the left, rack, fridge cubby (with hiding children), and computer desk/movie storage.
The door with the trim and GOM installed. Plus my newly installed 6-zone Grafik Eye QS. I can't stop playing with the lights, dimming the lights over and over again.
One of the best choices I made! (And hasn't been hard to clean).
I really like your carpet, we are about to pull the trigger on carpet this weekend after I get a final coat of paint up. I found the Shaw version of it (#00501 "Solitude"), and it looks like a deep gray. But when I called the local dealer to find a sample, they said it is Jet black and would show our dog's yellow fur like crazy. So I have a few questions for you.
- Is your carpet jet black?
- How much do you use that room/how often does it noticeably need to be vacummed?
- Is there another company that provides this carpet pattern we should look at?
- Is this soft enough for kids?
- How well did the dark carpet go over with the wife when she first saw it?
as a professional master carpet installer, these jobs look really, really good! As a word of advise to some of the layouts that caught my attention, try to make sure the installer lines up the pattern on the risers as best he can. Especially if there is block or square designs. Also, if there are seams involved, please make sure they are all "seam sealed." This will prevent a lot of headache in the future if the seams start to unravel. The ends where the carpeting wraps around an outside corner step.....to prevent fraying, make sure the installer also seam seals those edges as well before final installation.
any questions, dont hesitate to ask.
this installation is a good representation of what i was talking about with lining up the riser with the flat work. Great job installer. Who ever this is, please let their installer know he did a superb job on the installation.
The projector lights up quite a bit of the room. I never noticed anything distracting or standing out. I wouldn't change a thing.
I think the black hole notion is overblown.
Are those Paradigm Studo 100's? How do the centers and mains sound behind that wall? Do you fell like they are performing the same way as if they were within the room not behind what looks like what might be a false wall to hide the speakers? I ask becuase i have the same line of speakers as you do if they are the 100's.