We are remodeling a bonus room to create media room (leaning more towards a home theater). The room is completely bare and is about to be drywalled.
There is an area in the back of the room that was an elevated loft (only 4" high) that I want to seal off and create a bar.
1) Mostly a theater room
2) Traditional with some flair
3) Am executing project.
4) Need help ASAP!
5) would use designer in the future for other rooms.
1) The loft will be sealed and turned into a bar with wine racks, bottle shelves, cabinetry etc
2) I want the bar area to have a granite slab on corbels about 18" as a bar area
3) The bar area needs a bar sink on the R (near the air conditioning vent (that will be hidden by cabinets)
4) Bar area need ~3 bar stool
5) the projector screen will be on the wall with the window and the window will be covered and sealed with dry wall. The screen will be 100" diagonal
6) We want 2 sofas/theater seats centered in the room facing the screen.
7) The sofa furthest from the screen (and closest to the bar) will be on an elevated platform
8) Electronics must go on the flat part of the wall with the closed to the right of the door.
9) The colors on the vaulted walls and ceiling must be flat and dark (gray, brown, etc.)
10) Prefer brown sofas/theater seats
11) There are sconces wired on either side of the screen and one to the L of the bar area
12) There are 11 overhead can lights
13) I need several large acoustic panels along the side of the room (fabric covered panels)
14) The rest of the house is traditional and open concept with neutral brown and khaki but this is a theater room so I want a little flai
Function trumps form for this room. It has to be set up for sound and movie watching.
Would prefer pictures with clear color selections.
- PLAN DRAWING: Scale 1/4"-1' (or 1/50)
- PERSPECTIVE/AXONOMETRIC VIEWS (where relevant)
Photo 2 is loft (bar). Photo 3 is the entry door. Photo 4 is a where the screen will be located (the window will be covered). Photo 6 is a view of the closet door (opposite of entry). Photo 8 is a view of the angled aspect of the room (between photo 2 and 6).
Most of the ceilings are on a 45 degree angle.