Pictures were promised, so here we go...
First I'll start off with round one of panel building:
These are the 4" panels that go against the back wall between the rear surrounds, and one of them hides the electrical box. The material for all the panels is GOM Anchorage, color is Onyx.
Back of the panels
Corner detail - The folds are on the top and bottom, so they're completely invisible once hung.
Here's a current pic of the theater. You can see the 3 panels in the back. I've got 4 more panels built for the early reflection points, just have to wrap and hang them.
Back row has been in for awhile now, but I believe these are the first pics I've actually posted. The "couch" setup works really well in the back. I wasn't planning for a reclining second row so it can get a little tight for tall people reclining in the back, but I'm happy with how it turned out. My better half actually prefers the back row, seat in the corner. Funny since I was thinking that would be the most undesirable seat in the theater since it's so close to the wall, but she certainly doesn't mind it.
View from the other corner
Looking forward - Screen wall has been trimmed out with black velvet panels.
I tried to get a close-up of the screen corner with the velvet trim, but it's tough to get a good shot. You can just see the seam between 2 panels because of the flash. Corners are nice and tight, turned out great.
Back Row - Berkline 45013 w/power recline
The dreaded pocket door
We'll finish off with some rack shots now that I have my trim up! The only thing left to finish on the rack is to purchase an RSH shelf for the new Denon AVR-3312. MA doesn't have them measured yet (and I don't feel like shipping them my new baby!!), so in the meantime I just wrapped some foam core with the protostar flocking and filled in the gap above the receiver. Looks like a black hole compared to the brushed aluminum.
Side view w/flash
Upper left-hand corner
And finally, the half bath is complete, except for, of course, trim:Still to do:
- Base trim in theater
- super chunks in rear corners
- build box to cover sump pump
- finish and hang acoustic panels for early reflections
- finish trim in half bath
- something else I'm sure I'm forgetting