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Well I'm getting close on my build. I still have a handful of things to finish so I'm not calling it complete yet. But the wife is now on Disney vacation mode so the basement funding has dried up for the most part for now. But I can't complain because she did allow me to get the theater up and running! Unfortunately the bar will have to wait till this summer

So on my list of things to do is as follows.
Fill holes and caulk the doors and trim.
Purchase and install slider doors on the deep freezer closet.
Build back bar sink and cabinets
Build bar
finish trim on bar side wall. I had to leave the trim off of this wall due to the fact that the bar will be coming off that wall. So that's not done yet but will be soon enough!
Do Stone veneer on concrete wall going down the stairs.
Do window treatments.
Build cover for the electrical panel.

I still have some little things to do like build the back of the media rack and finish up cleaning up the network wiring but that's all minor stuff I can do in my free time.
The bathroom is done but I still need to hook up the toilet sink and shower water. I'm going out of town this weekend for a hockey tournament and I just got back in town from a business trip 2 days ago so I've had little time at home. When I get back the water will be hooked up so I can finally use that bathroom!

Also I still need to purchase new furniture and start the decor down there. And I plan to start the search for a nice stand up arcade dart board. Also when I get back from this hockey tournament I will be doing a walk through video! So stay tuned.
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Thumbs up Looks great!

This looks very clean gec! Nice usage of colors, trim, materials and lighting. Nice work! I'm so far behind (did the Disney thing in November and then holidays slowed everything down). I had the financial constraints put on me last year, so I did a lot of busy, time-consuming and inexpensive work.

What's your plans for the bar? Are you going to go with stone-faced to match the bottom of the stairs you have planned or perhaps a traditional wood bar? I'm still weighing the bar plans which will be the next phase.

For decor...I'm waiting to see the 6' tall Fathead of Jay Cutler. LOL!!!!!

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Thanks! Yea we haven't done Disney yet and the boys are 6 and 8 so there at a good age. We don't plan on making this an annual thing so we figured let's just go and do it and will be good .

As for the bar I am not really sure what I'm going to do yet. I have thought about doing a stone with it but then go back and forth between that and a nice rich wood. I do know how the basic layout will go but I've never built a bar before so I'm hoping to enlist some help when the time comes from someone who has done it before. I know a guy so I'm hoping I can get his help.

And as for this "For decor...I'm waiting to see the 6' tall Fathead of Jay Cutler. LOL!!!!!" No Cutler fatheads in my basement! I live just under the wisconsin border and my dad was born and raised up there. I'm all Aaron Rogers so who knows maybe a fathead of him is in my future Ehh maybe not but don't be surprised to see some green and gold around the bar
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Laminate Flooring

What color and brand is your laminate floor. I really like the look.
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I'll look tonight. I have a little left over but can't remember what it is exactly. We got it at Lumber Liquidators I do remember that I'll post back tonight with what it say's on the box.
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Here is the label from the box of flooring that I have left. It should show you everything you'd need to know in regards to finding it I would think. there really wasn't much else on the box that I have other then this. Hope that helps.

Edit: after doing a quick google search I found the flooring. Here is a link as well.
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Just read the entire thread...took 3 days lol. Looks great BTW and hopefully soon I'll have mine done after a 18 month break. Had a question on your screen wall soffit lowered area, it looks like there is some reflection from the screen wall, both before the screen and after, did you use eggshell there? any regrets? I don't see reflections on the side walls, just the ceiling soffit area.

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Hi rmajor,

Thanks for taking the time to read through this build! Yes you are correct I used eggshell on both the lowered ceiling, side and back wall for that matter. There is a bit of shine from the screen on the ceiling. but to tell you the truth it dosen't bother me a bit. It's due to my image being pretty close to the ceiling. But I went real dark and I spray painted all the can trims and the vent that's in that ceiling dark as well so really it doesn't distract me and I get no adverse effects on the actual image on the screen. I'm sure if I'd of gone flat it may be less of a shine but I really can't stand flat paint myself. Terrible stuff to try and clean. I guess since it's dark grey maybe that wouldn't of mattered really but I have no plans to change it.

That sofit area had me a little worried when I was building that room. I had never used a projector before and didn't know anything. So doing the electric on the back wall I was worried was not going to be in the best location. but happy to say with the help of lens shift I had no issues with the image clipping the sofit. Also I actually think that sofit area helps me with my image. It's like I'm shooting the image into a dark hole. Painting the back wall side wall, and ceiling in there made a big difference. I can have quite a bit of light in my room and still get a great picture.
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Thanks for the info.

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No problem Robin. I had a nice HT day yesterday which was much needed! After by boy's 2 hockey games I invited one of the families back to watch the all star game. It was a lot of fun and we all had a great time. Then the wife and I got stuck watching some show on H2 about swamp monsters down south! heheh kept roping us right into the next episode. But it was just nice to spend some good quality time down in the theater.

With any luck tonight I will do another walk through video. I think maybe it's time.
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I took a few more snap shots last night and I did another video. I tried my hardest to keep this one shorter then the last one! It sure isn't easy though . I'm hoping in the next few weeks to do a part 2 and that one will be all my about the media rack and my networking rack. Maybe I'll get into my plex setup a bit will see.
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OK I did another walk through video last night. It's shorter then the last one but still longer then I planned sorry!

Here is the new video.

For a comparison here is the first walk through as well. It's fun (for me at least) to see the before and afters

Hope you enjoy!
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Thumbs up Nice!

I liked the video...it gives you a good comparison perspective. It seems like you still have a lot of things you'd like to do (like everyone there's always something to add).

I really liked the little gaming area for your boys. I did have a couple of observations, questions, suggestions:

1. That wall going down your stairs that's cement - if you go with stone, you should get the thinnest stone they offer. I have stacked stone in my family room and portions of that are up to 4" deep. That would end up sticking out quite a bit from your wall and hang over your stairs. I'd also recommend some type of fixed sized stone or brick vs the random. With that size area, you'd have a ton of little jigsaw pieces everywhere. Are you going to do the stone feature just on the exposed cement areas or the whole wall?

2. Center speaker - could you get a shelf or stand that looks like the one supporting your PJ? I think that would tie the 2 together nicely and give you that modern/transitional look.

3. Trim paint - did you use any different paint for trim and doors? I use Sherwin Williams paints now, but used to use Behr from HD on my upstairs renovations. I'm finding now that trim is showing wear, chipping, etc. after only a couple of years of use.

4. Rack - can you use some cut out panels or wood to cover the front openings while leaving the back open? That may help with heat issues vs. covering the back up. I'm still struggling with what to do with my rack issues (I'll post soon).

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The build looks great. Nice work.

I think you used the same laminate flooring as I did. Mine come out of a company in PA (and is marked "made in USA") but otherwise it looks like the same thing.

Looking forward to seeing the bar.
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Thanks guys! Yea there's always going to be things I want to do or add down there!

As for the wall coming down the stairs I did want to go with the more natural random thin stone look really. I just like the natural look of it but I hear you when you say get thin stuff. I will have to pull up little runner peice on the stairs on that side and I'll have a few inches to play with. Here is a picture of what I am shooting for. I think I'm only going to stick with the exposed concrete areas though in mine but will see.


As for the center channel I said shelf but I meant I planned to build a small stand for it. I'm thinking something simple and stain it dark.

I used the same paint for the trim and doors. I'd have to look again what I used but I think it was a behr from HD. So hopefully it holds up. I have to go over it all where I'll be filling in the holes.

As for the rack I think if I build a back on it and leave the front exposed it should be ok. The reciever is the only thing that could produce really much heat. if that becomes a problem I'll just install a few small PC fans in the back to draw air through the font and out the back. I prefer to leave the front open as I like the look.

@jrm21 thanks yea that floor we really like! I got ours at lumber liquidators. We have been excited to get that down as we found it about a year ago and planned to use it. I'm really looking forward to the bar build. I'm not sure If I'll start a new thread for that or continue on with this one. I'm leaning towards a seperate thread. But I have to wait for that for a while I guess But we are enjoying the theater and having what we have done for now!
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I LOVE how that stone looks. Well done!
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Thanks Nick. I wish I could say it was mine but I cant. That's what I'm going for though on my wall.

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Nice thread, I enjoyed the read. I also have a Epson 5030 and have it mounted inverted and the fan noise is too much. What wall shelf did you use to mount yours?

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This is the one I have. Its nice and inexpensive to. Works great for the 5030.http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000EG...076258-2639700
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This is the one I have. Its nice and inexpensive to. Works great for the 5030.http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000EG...076258-2639700
Thanks so much, you have your 5030 right side up correct? Someone was trying to tell me that if the 5030 was mounted high, then it would have to be inverted, but I don't think that is the case.

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Yep I have it right side up. Not sure about needing it to be inverted. Ive heard that the fan will run harder if it's inverted because that would mean that its up near the ceiling where all the heat would be. I guess the concept is the heat feom the pj gets trapped up near the ceiling. Mine is not tight on the ceiling so im not worried about it.

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Regarding the stone wall that I want to do going down the stairs. I found this online and and considering trying it out. Looks nice. I found a bar build on this site where the person used this on a back wall and according to them it's quality stuff.

http://www.anticoelements.com/33-alpi-36-x-48-panels
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Regarding the stone wall that I want to do going down the stairs. I found this online and and considering trying it out. Looks nice. I found a bar build on this site where the person used this on a back wall and according to them it's quality stuff.

http://www.anticoelements.com/33-alpi-36-x-48-panels
I don't know if I'd go that route for your application. The one you had a link to is screwed to the wall vs. adhesive or mortar. So, for your wall you'd have to screw through that concrete using tapcoms screws and a hammer drill. That could be a big pain!

I lean more towards this at Lowes: http://www.lowes.com/pd_540186-35760...one&facetInfo=

Or use another product that you could mortar or use adhesive to the wall vs. screwing.

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Thanks I didn't catch that it had to be screwed on. Yea that would be kind of tough to do on the concrete. I'll swing by lowes one day and see what they have in stock. I havn't spent much time figureing it out yet because it's still off a little ways until I can actually do the work. But I should probably start figuring it out and planning out what exactly i'm going to do and the cost.
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The boys asked if I'd hook up the xbox 360 to the pj just for fun. So after makeing them do all their homework they got a little game time on the big screen. They played some NHL 2015 then some skylanders. Here's a few shots. It's tough to take good pictures of the screen in my room because I can't get far enough back without going out of the room. plus i'm just using my phone. I should grab our good camera one day and just snap some actual quality shots!
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looking really good...subscribed!! the walk through videos are great. I am surprised you do anymore work down there now that the projector/screen are up and running
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Thanks! I subbed your build as well. Your going to have a great room when your done!

Yea it's tough to work now that the theater is for the most part functional but there are a ton of little details that I'm dying to get to. Although I'm finding some of those things harder to get done then all the other big stuff! And of course it's killing me to have to wait on doing the bar!
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I finished the bathroom finally. Here are a few shots. Its really hard to get good shots because it's not a very big space.
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Shower and built in shelves.
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The stone you like seems identical to the stuff we did on our fireplace.

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Sorry for the blurry photo but that's all I have atm w/ me.
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