Two Thumbs Up for Home Theatre Curtains
With cinema prices at least $8 per movie these days, it’s not surprising that people are moving the cinema experience into their homes with custom home theatres. But what do you need to do it right? You’ve got the 152-inch 3-D plasma TV and the leather reclining chairs; what are you missing? Ambiance. Utilizing curtains in your home theatre will make the difference between having a glorified TV room, and a real home theatre experience.
Curtains add texture and warmth to a room or flair to an entryway, but that’s not all they do. What are you going to do when it’s light out till 9pm and “Dancing with the Stars” comes on at 8? Our Eclipse Light-Blocking, Energy-Saving, Sound-Absorbing custom-made curtain panels to the rescue! These room darkening curtains block up to 98% of light allowing you to easily watch your favorite shows.
What happens when you need space for entertaining or you want to hide the TV from your kids so they will play outside? A decorative curtain can be used to hide the screen when not in use, and tie-backs can give a dramatic “Old Hollywood” feel to the room during movie viewing.
Ceiling curtain tracks can either be screwed directly into the ceiling through mounting holes, or attached to the ceiling with ceiling mount hardware such as clips, clamps, brackets, or retainers. Some ceiling mount drapery hardware can be recessed into the ceiling. Have a drop ceiling? No problem. Drop ceiling clamps are available for the 6100 flexible curtain track, making it easy to quickly attach the track to the acoustical grid ceiling without any drilling or bracing. This flexible curtain track can be used for straight, curved or angled applications, and bends by hand without compromising strength. Once your curtains are installed, all you will need is some popcorn and perhaps your favorite gangster movie: “It’s curtains for you, Mugsy!”
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Have a question? Give us a call at 888-434-7444 and we will be happy to assist you. Want to show off your finished project? We’d love to see it! Send us your home theatre photos and descriptions at firstname.lastname@example.org.