How To Have 1930s Style Decorating In Your Home Theater

Here are some tips on how you can add unique drama to your home theater by giving it a 1930's style decorating facelift. If you are interested in remodeling your home theater, then why not think about using the nostalgic and interesting appeal of 1930's style decorating? If you delight in vintage décor with art deco style furniture and accessories then your sure to like this room design for your home theater.

To have your decorating style appear it's best, it’s essential to invest in vintage or reproduction lighting for your 1930's style decorating. Consider purchasing lighting that is geometric in style with glass shades to compliment this decor. Take a look at vintage art deco sconces that you might install along the walls of your home theater for an authentic theater look.

Choosing accessories and artwork can help to improve your home theater decorating approach. Try buying vintage movie posters and 1930’s style theater accessories. If you have the room, you might consider an old fashioned popcorn machine and candy counter.

You want your theater seating to coordinate with your room interior design. If you really want a nostalgic look, then you might try buying vintage movie theater seats from an old theater. However, these might not be the most comfortable so you may have to make a trade off between comfort and style when choosing the seating for your home theater.

Your home theater window treatments can help give the room an old time theater look. Using heavy velvet curtains will not only help block the light but will add to the theater appeal of the room.

Updating your home theater in 1930's style decor doesn’t need to be difficult or expensive. If you are a savvy shopper and shop at flea markets and yard sales you can save a bit of cash and adopt an individualized decorating style for a lot less. 

By Lee Dobbins
Published: 3/18/2007 

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