The wife finally said yes to the home theater
(That day I really saw the clouds parting and angles singing)
Iíll try to keep my photo site updated on images and drawing.
I welcome any comments..
Have a look:
Thanks for posting your theatre.
I'll keep posting as things progress, Just want to share all the troubles Iíll be having,
Not too bad so farÖ
The $40.00 home made screen is still blowing my mind; the wife even sat and watched a few clips.
2004-02-10, 10:11 AM
Looks great so far.
That W/B pic was great.
Isn't this better than wasting money on sports equipment
or furniture, or anything? :wink:
Defiantly better than all that stuff...
Iím still deciding on a look for the room, not too crazy about the purple rug and red curtains.
Found a great resource, has about 300+ images of peoples Home TheatersÖ
2004-02-11, 02:57 PM
Most video rental stores get their movie posters from their suppliers for free so you might think about getting some and framing them for your walls.
This can be an inexpensive way to add a movie look to the room.
There are also a couple of places in Toronto that sell old authentic posters from the old movie theatres.
Harmer thanks so much for the advice, Iíll be sure to checkout my local Rogers/Blockbuster. :D
2004-02-12, 11:53 PM
You should also check with some smaller independents.
You may have better luck.