When an Albany, N.Y. region family, an ambitious basement renovation of $ 1.5 million entered. A screening room was the first priority for him and his four children aged 7-16.


The family N.Y. company Teakwood returned to Builders. Eva Andersen, who gave free rein financially. “Basically, I did not have a budget, which was awesome,” she says.

Here are some of the components of the screening room, which cost over $ 140,000, in the Guilderland, N.Y., home.

1) The chairs feature microfibre velvet and have an electronic backing system and LED light cup holders. The carpet has a green feel.

Price: $ 40,000 for 10 seats by Theo Kalomirakis Theaters and 6,932 dollars for carpet

2) Sony is located 19 feet from the screen of the projector to ensure that images do not look distorted. It has a natural 4K resolution (the same as seen in cinemas), a motorized zoom and a wide range of lenses to suit every film.

Price: 4K SXRD Home Theater Projector for $ 15,000

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3) Provides a button that changes the screen size and aspect ratio of 5 meters to 12 meters. Widescreen movies are displayed on a 153-inch diagonal with an aspect ratio of 2: 35 and a 123-inch diagonal with 16: 9 aspect ratio.

Price: $ 10,300, from Vutec

4) The speakers are located behind the screen to make the dialogue more realistic. In another place, there are four speakers on the side and four behind the decorative grilles on the back. There are four speakers and two subwoofers on the ceiling.

Price: About $ 27,400 for Paradigm Sound System

5) An engine, Loudonville, N.Y., opens and closes the curtains custom made by designer Paula McCormick. Burgundy velvet fabric comes from Kravet Couture.

Price: 6,600 USD

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6) The bar makes the space more fun and provides an additional seat.

Price: $ 3,200 for Italian marble countertops from Albany’s Capital; 23 and Fourth bar stools for $ 8,925

7) Decorative elements maximize the height of the ceiling. The fake coating on the fiberglass columns reflects the old Hollywood charm.

Price: $ 12,500 for ceiling; $ 10,000 for the columns written by painter Amy and Alyse Leventhal from DoubleTake Designs

8) Gilded backlit metal grids hides speakers. They have fabric panels that absorb sound.

Price: $ 3,738

Source: Mansion Global

Melike Vodina / realestatecoulisse.com