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Home Theater Furniture
Tough day at work? It's time to sit back and settle in with the latest blockbuster, and you can do that easily when you have comfortable and functional home theater furniture. Turn down the lights and sink into cozy reclining seats with cupholders and headrests. Of course, you'll need end and side tables to hold all of your snacks and drinks. And when you grab that giant flat-screen television, you'll need a quality TV stand to keep it — and all of your DVDs and Blu-rays. With this kind of home theater setup, all you'll be missing is the popcorn!

Get Inspired with Home Theater Ideas from Ashley
Creating a home movie theater isn't as daunting as it may sound. All you need is a TV and a comfortable place to view the film at the end of the day. That said, you can turn a dull home theater room into an extraordinary one with just a few fun home theater room ideas. And luckily, we're here to help with that. Don't search the internet for a “home theater store near me” — skip that step when you browse the high-quality items Ashley has to offer.

Grab everything you need right in one place, from USB plugins to LEDs to heated massagers for your home theater seating. We even carry storage so you can tuck away the remotes when they're not in use and extended ottomans for taller folks. And make sure to consider cup holders so your drinks don't spill when you have a frightening jump scare.

Tips for Creating a Home Movie Theater
Looking for the best basement home theater ideas? First of all, consider your home theater lighting. You'll want an ambient glow that doesn't reflect on the TV, so add some LED strip lighting under your loungers or behind your media center. If you're a true techie, you can even sync the lighting to adapt to what's happening on the screen. You'll also want plenty of access to snacks — and maybe even drinks — so consider adding a popcorn machine and mini-fridge so you don't have to run upstairs for refills.

If you don't have a large space, there are also plenty of small home theater ideas you can run with. Consider using a projector instead of a TV to help the room look bigger — you'll just need a blank wall for that. Also, if you don't have space for large recliners, consider taking things to the floor with pillows, bean bags, and blankets. It's cozy and gives you even more room to stretch!