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Creating a home theater with an Amish entertainment center

by Tom Grimes

Home theaters can be a great way to get friends and family together to enjoy a movie or television show. They can also serve as an area for much needed relaxation in a busy household. Before moving furniture and wires around, however, it's best to plan for this new addition.

Any spacious room can be converted into a place for a home theater, but walls are a serious consideration. Repair-home.com claims that walls may have a significant impact on acoustics, so it's best to find a room with walls that don't run parallel to each other. Basements with stairs on one end of the room are ideal for this setup, but homeowners can also put padding on walls to prevent echoing or poor quality sound.

Wires are a necessary part of any home theater, but the news source suggests trying to hide them from view. One may accomplish this by cutting out the underside of a rug and running cords beneath it, or draping the cables behind an entertainment center.

Amish entertainment centers are unique centerpieces to any home theater. With an array of drawers and storage spaces, they can fit DVDs, video game consoles and TV equipment without cluttering the room.

Amish furniture boasts a handcrafted design that will make a home theater a unique and sophisticated place for rest and relaxation. ADNFCR-3308-ID-19904459-ADNFCR



1/18/2017 3:00:19 AM