Basement Conversion to Home Theater
Updated: Mar 11
We have done so many of these, they are amazing transformations. Guest's mouths drop when they see what you have done. The project below was a low ceiling space that had existing Sheetrock walls. We worked with the homeowner to create a great basement home theater and family gaming space.
Take a look at the before pictures.
This is what we had to work with!
This was the old cabinet wall where the screen is now, notice the floor changes height under the cabinets, this was cement and instead of costly removeal we used this to create a stage feel.
There was space at the lower landing before you enter the room that became a refreshment area.
Stairs going done to the theater.
The look is great and we so appreciate an involved artistic homeowner.
Technically we added an Integra Surround Sound Receiver in 7.1 Dolby format powering Bowers and Wilkins in-wall speakers. Epson projection and a rack of Sonos amps for music throughout the rest of the home. Our team installed sound panels on about 75% of the surfaces. Because the room is small we were able to use budget minded AV gear and still get great performance. Connections for video games make the a very used space in this North Shore home.
Let us convert your basement to a cool hang out!