The ultimate home theater/chillout lounge/bedroom setup





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Published on Apr 20, 2010

I recently converted my bedroom into a chillout lounge/home theater. This was a complete renovation done by myself. Everything is new from the floor to the ceiling literally. The floor consists of maple and cherry laminate planks. I staggered the planks to create an abstract pattern. I painted the walls in a dark brown which doesn't seem to appear as dark when the drapes are open. All of the base boards, door/window trim and crown moldings were replaced and hand painted in a tan color. The light switch and electrical outlets as well as the doorknobs/hardware are a satin nickel finish to match the titanium trim on my speakers. The ceiling consists of hand painted copper tiles. They're actually made of styrofoam which I painted with a water based copper paint. I did this not only to match my speakers, but to help absorb some of the sound. All of the A/V wiring is hidden inside of the walls and behind the base boards. I haven't actually cleaned up the wires behind the stereo yet as I'm waiting on some split loom tubing that I recently ordered. The shoe moldings are velcro'd to the floor which allows access to the wiring should I ever need to replace or reconfigure the layout. I'll post a video later showing how well the wires/cables are hidden.

Here's a list of everything you'll see in the video:
4x JBL Studio Series S-312 floor standing speakers in Beech finish
JBL Studio Series S-Center center channel speaker
JBL PSW D-110 powered subwoofer
Harman Kardon Signature Series 2.0 Processor/Tuner/Preamp
Harman Kardon Signature Series 2.1 Amplifier
Harman Kardon FL 8350 5 disc CD changer
Samsung BD-P1590 Blu Ray player
Samsung LN46C630 46" LCD TV
All of the A/V cables are Monster Cable including a 16ft M series HDMI and 11gauge Monster Cable speaker cables. Power is supplied by a Monster Cable HTS1000 powercenter with clean power.

TV stand - BDI Cielo 9329 espresso finish
A/V wall shelf expresso finish- IKEA
Bamboo floor lamps espresso finish - Target
Decorative lamps on top of speakers are made of some kind of animal hide - purchased in Sicily at Carnavale
African carved wooden hand and hemp candles purchased when I lived in Sicily
Futon - Espresso microfiber Medina casual convertible by Lifestyle Solutions
Pillows - Crewel Circle Toss pillows purchased at Target and the quilted brown pillows purchased at Bed Bath & Beyond
Plants - Sanservia and Rubber Tree purchased at Green Thumb Nursery(yes they're real)
Pots - The one on the TV stand was purchased at Lowes and the one on the wall shelf was purchased at Ross
Retro clock - Target
Leather storage ottoman - purchased online
Curtains - Espresso microfiber(share the same pattern that is on my ceiling tiles) purchased at Target
Curtain tassels - Ross

Music by St. Germain

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