As can attest, your home theatre is the one area of your home that you want to be as comfortable as possible. After all, if this is the main area in your home where you spend all your time, you should make it somewhere you want to spend time. But, it isn’t always easy to know what will make your home more comfortable.

This is where our home theatre expertise can be to your advantage. Below, we look at five of the best ways to make your theatre space comfortable, cozy and, honestly, pretty cool overall. It all starts with better furniture, but we’re just getting ahead of ourselves at this point. To learn how to make your space as comfy as can be, continue reading down below!


5 Ways to Make Your Home Theatre Super Comfortable

Better Furniture

It may not come as much of a surprise that the best way to make your home theatre a more comfortable space to be is by adding better furniture. This could be as expensive and luxurious as an ultra-plush recliner or as simple as adding a few extra throw pillows to your couch. How you go about adding better furniture is up to you, as everyone has their own idea of what makes a space comfortable. But don’t be afraid to put in the time and effort to make it a space you enjoy spending time in!

Proper Screen Placement

Although we’ve all probably been taught how to properly interact with a screen more than once in our lives, it is still too often an occurrence that we set up our home theatres for aesthetics and not comfort. A perfect example of this is having the screen mounted high up on the wall and staring up at it from a position down below on our furniture. This can lead to neck strain and a compromised posture, so make sure that you are at eye level or as close as possible when engaging with your television.

Creature Comforts

Creature comforts are a largely personal thing, like the furniture mentioned above. But, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t seek out and find your own way to improve the theatre experience. This includes delicious snacks, projectors, pillows, mini-fridges and other products that can heighten your enjoyment. Lights mounted on the back of the television or around the room are also a great idea. Speaking of which…

Adjustable Lighting

You know how movie theatres signal that the show is about to start by lowering the lights? Well, that isn’t just a great way to subtly quiet the crowd. Having less light pollution helps us focus on the screen and whatever is happening on it better, leading to a more comfortable viewing experience. Consider getting some smart lights or phone-activated outlets to recreate the effect in your own home.

Strategic Soundproofing

Soundproofing is quickly emerging as one of the more essential parts of a home theatre viewing experience, and for good reason. Not only does it help reduce distractions from external noises and other distractions, but it also helps improve the sound quality of what you’re consuming as well. It’s a two-fold benefit from a single object, and the best part is that you don’t have to go overboard with it! Strategic placements might be all you need to get the maximum benefit from the upgrade.