Thanks for the quick reply. I'll have to keep an eye on what you do for a bar, I have a room just slightly smaller than yours and am planning a main row at about 10' and a bar behind it, totally understand enjoying the room at this point vs doing more building though.
Did you order your GOM Fabric online or through a local supplier? I'll most certainly get some samples first to see what we like best but your room turned out great so that'll give me a good starting point anyway.
I got my samples and ordered online. I still have a fair amount left over so I would have the company's name that I ordered from if you want a suggestion. I know I shopped around for a month looking for the best prices on Fabric. It was actually one of the more expensive things I had to purchase for the room.
If it's not too much work I'd love the recommendation - I didn't do any shopping around yet but the couple prices I saw did look like it would be a little expensive, I think the look and ability to do some sound treatments behind it is worth it though.
Looks like I didn't keep the bag as I thought I had. But I am pretty sure I ordered rom Fabricmate.com. If you do a quick search, you will find more places are basically the same price. But you will find one place that is slightly lower. That's the one I bought from and they were great.
Seeing how it's been just over a year since I started the remodel, I thought it would be time for another remodel project with the theater. When I made the first remodel a year ago I made the equipment closet as small as possible. Well, turns out, I wish I had some more room in there for ventilation and wire management. Sooo, down came half the closet and the rebuild began. It was a nice quick project, taking up only 1/2 day. I added 7 inches to the width of the cabinet and reran many of the wires going into and inside the cabinet. I need to grab some pieces of drywall to finish the new walls. Luckily for me, the house across the street is being completely gutted and remodeled so I have worked out a deal for some free, narrow drywall scraps. No reason to buy a big sheet when I need one 8 inch wide strip.
I've also ordered a thermo-controled, dual fan system to keep cool are inside the cabinet. I'll post more pictures when the project is 100% complete. Until then, I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!