Finding something fun and safe for the kids to do on the weekend or during school days when you don’t want them to be out late is not easy. Sure, they’re glued to their smartphone playing games and don’t wish to be disturbed, but movies still capture their attention when they’re on a big screen. But how do you get the cinematic movie theater experience when staying home?
Let’s find out.
Movie Theater Seating, At Home
The idea of having a couple of rows of movie theater seating brought into the home is an interesting one. No more are there inflated popcorn and drinks prices or having to miss part of the movie to go get a refill, because you can pause it and pop into the kitchen! The fixed seating means everyone gets a comfortable seat and people can sit next to the person they want to and not dictated due to limited seating arrangements.
The folks at Seating Concepts make movie theater level seating which is already used in many venues to provide the right type of comfortable seating for large or small groups whether at a civic center, conference hall, place of worship or other suitable location.
Making a custom seating setup is a great way to create a seating system that is easy to manage. Cleaning is simple because all the seats use the same fabric and design for uniformity. The same cleaning equipment works with all. It’s also easy to service the seating because it’s regularly supplied to large-scale venues, so there’s replacement chairs and essential parts to resolve problems. No longer do you have to give up on a sofa that’s a few years old because the supplier has gone out of business and there’s no one to resolve the issue.
It’s possible to setup a seating arrangement to suit the needs of an extended family and friends who come over. A row of seats can be set forward for the kids who like to sit closer to the big screen and a couple of rows set further back for everyone else.
Cup holders and other conveniences may be added to the seating area to make it easier to keep drinks in an upright position and snacks close to hand to avoid needing to get up too often. Having comfort in mind with the room layout is best to avoid unnecessary interruptions to a movie.
Saving Money Over the Long-term
Putting good seating into a home theater room costs a little bit at the beginning but saves money over the full period of use. You can expect a home theater to last many years because it’s not going to be occupied many hours every day, so the carpet, chairs and other fixtures and fittings won’t wear out or look dated.