Where to Start in Media Room Design

It’s that time of year again.

You may spend most of your time thinking about the holidays, or New Year’s resolutions. But the best is still yet to come.

The Super Bowl is only a few months away. And that means you’re going to have to start prepping your media room.

But with so many new gadgets and components hitting the shelves every day, you may not know where to start.

That’s ok: we’re here to help. In this blog, we’ll share a secret for beginning the ultimate media room design for your Fort Mills, SC property.

Want to know more? Just keep reading.

See Also: 6 Simple Ways You Can Upgrade Your Home Theater System Before the Holidays

The Fundamentals of Media Room Design 

Media rooms are all about versatility.

They should be a place where you can enjoy the big game, your favorite movies and optimal music quality.

But they should also be the perfect place to enjoy a little family time.

Unlike a dedicated home theater, which is specifically designed to make the most out of your favorite movies and television content, a media room boasts multiple uses for more fun.

But just because you want to enjoy more than one aspect of your home entertainment doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice quality.

So where should you start when designing the perfect media room?

Where to Start

Some homeowners believe that you should start by choosing the video display. After all, aren’t you going to spend most of your time watching that?

Others think it’s essential to start with the sound system. The right audio can turn a typical TV room into an almost commercial-quality theater experience.

But you actually want to start with something that will inform the size and placement of your screen, as well as the arrangement of the speakers.

That’s why you should start with the seating.

A media room typically doesn’t boast a single function, so your seating will need to be easy to navigate.

But at the same time, it can have a direct impact on what you see and hear in your space.

If your seats are too close to the display, you’ll hurt your neck trying to enjoy your content.

Not set in the right place, and you’ll strain to enjoy your immersive audio system.

So while you may not have realized it, comfortable, customized seating is essential to media room design.

Of course, seating isn’t the only thing you need to know about. There’s still plenty more to learn!

If you want to learn more right now, just click here to speak with our team of home entertainment experts.