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Home Theater Lighting Options

By Anurag Pareek

There are a number of different lighting options available to create the perfect ambience while setting up you home theater system. While selecting your lighting system for your home theater one must consider the total area allotted for setting up the home theater. There are wide range of lights available, from Hollywood disco lights to lights whose brightness can be remote controlled. These lights can be expensive but create the perfect mood. Also it goes without saying that all lighting work must be handled by a qualified electrician.

There are wall sconces available which of varying shapes and sizes. These also come in one bulb or multiple bulb options. They can be customized well with movie themed images such as popcorn or a movie projector. You can also go in for a galaxy dome for your ceiling to create the starry night effect. There is a cheaper option available for this too, its a fiber optic star kit. This kit consist of about 120 LED to create the perfect starry night look. It has an easy installation procedure also.

Also you can consider installing star tiles. These are special tiles and can create better night sky effect. These tiles have lights have in them LED illuminator inside and also the stationary LED lights create a much better and non-distracting night sky effect, to set the perfect mood.

Also your wall sconce can be used to create the effect to magnify a Hollywood scene you may have put on your walls. A lot depends on the type of sconce you choose. They come in various shapes and sizes. Most commonly available sconces come in square, circular, cone and half moon. Also popular are teardrop shaped sconces and angled sconces. Wall sconces can come in anything between $150 to $300. Ceramic sconces are also available which can be painted to match the color of your walls.

The doom lighting used for the ceiling also comes in combination with your wall sconce. These ceiling lights are manufactured of white bisque and can be customized with paint.

You can also add some personal touch to your lighting like having projector lamps in shape of film camera etc.

With all that said, it is very important to take note of your budget and the look and feel you want to go for. With right selection a dull room can be converter into a great movie place.
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Anurag writes for - a website dedicated to providing information on home theater setup and home theater selection. Also featuring home theater related articles.

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