I need some help guys!
1) I purchased another 27" x 40" poster frame at Wal-Mart today. At the top they are exactly level, but at the bottom one frame is shorter as shown. Perhaps i'm a little too anal, but this kind of thing bugs me.
2) Bumps on walls. After applying a coat of drywall primer these bumps were hardly visible, but after painting a dark color they seem to stick out like a sore thumb. Some I will be able to hide with signs, acoustic panels and trim, but what can I do about the others?
3) Marking up walls. No matter how careful I always seem to be banging something against the walls leaving marks as shown. What can I do? I thought about adding a 32" H Wainscot panel along the bottom, but the hard wood might affect the sound quality of the theater.
4) EXIT Sign Placement: After installing the ceiling tile in the home theater I discovered that the electrical box I placed for the EXIT sign now won't work due to the space limitations. Any solutions? I'm thinking perhaps use the canapy that came with the sign and mount a little away from the door. However, the electrical box would still be in the wrong location.
5) Ceiling Tile: Today I discovered that the ceiling tile on one side of the ceiling panel is about 1/2" off from the other side. I don't know how this happened, because all the tiles look to be square and even. I have only a small area to complete which is below our living room video outlet. I may be able to hide the 1/2" difference by adding a removeable access panel in this location in case additional wires will need to be ran to the living room location in the future.
6) Water Mark on Ceiling: While painting the walls I accidently hit the ceiling with the roller. I was able to remove the paint, but it left a water stain. If I try to touch up the ceiling with ceiling paint it might leave a mark as well. What should I do?
7) Cat in Theater: After seeing all the hair on the home theater chairs from the cat I believe I am going to begin a "NO PETS ALLOWED" in the home theater rule.
Movie posters hung in hallway leading to the home theater: