Originally Posted by NightSkyMurals
Tom, I have your room in my mind... but which is the "North" wall? I'm assuming that it "Isn't" the screen wall, right? I can be pretty bright at times. :-)
I know that there is the entry wall, the right, long wall (that slants) or the far side wall that are left. Which are you thinking about?
Actually, thinking about it... the slanted wall would have been a good wall. But, refresh my memory on which way is north.
I would make anything work for you two... if it is at all possible. So, let's think about it.
This is probably more info than you want or need
...but maybe the following can help clarify the orientation of my theater room. As it happens, the actual room dimensions are based on the direction of true north as determined by the home site survey---000 degrees. ("degrees" is denoted by *).
So, using the navigational terminology that I was taught in the Navy
, here's the layout of the room: The screen wall is directly west
(270*), the right side wall is directly north
(000*), the slanted wall behind the seating is directly east
(090*), and the left side wall (the side with the entrance) is directly south
So, when facing the screen
, the north wall is the side wall to your right
. I think that must be the wall you described as "the far side wall", i. e., the farthest wall as seen from the entry.
And I agreelet's definitely be thinking about the possibilities.