- How to Transform Your Living Room Into a Mini Movie Theater
- DIY garden decor ideas – 6 projects for yard and patio
- DIY garden decor ideas – handmade watering can lantern
- DIY garden decor ideas – red mushroom wooden stool
- DIY garden decor ideas – PET bottle butterfly
- DIY garden decor ideas – glass jars lanterns
- DIY garden decor ideas – garden stepping stones shaped buttons
- Garden lighting ideas – Garden lighting – garden lighting solar
- 1. Mix and match lanterns
- 2. Update with new-season designs
- 3. Cast an inviting glow
- 4. Hang fairy lights for a magical touch
- 5. Go for colour-coordinating candles
- 6. Bring sparkle to garden walkways
- 7. Make pretty DIY paper lanterns
- 8. Make a statement with high-end pieces
- 9. Add playful touches to dark corners
- 10. Use uplighters to catch the eye
- 11. Add texture with woven materials
- backyard furniture ideas
How to Transform Your Living Room Into a Mini Movie Theater
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Please indulge me for just a moment: Close your eyes and imagine what your perfect home theater would look .
If I had to guess, I'd imagine it resembles a small movie theater. There'd be a few rows of plush recliners with cup holders — ly brown or black. There'd be a large projector screen at the front, and overhead lights that dim (though it's hard to imagine where the dimmer switch would be, isn't it?).
Are the walls red? The walls are always red in my imagination.
Our concept of a home theater is often magnificent and sometimes a delusion of grandeur, ly attributed to the setups we've seen in shows MTV's Cribs, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, or any iteration of our voyeuristic fascination with how the 1% lives. But for most of us, creating a theater environment requires creativity and shrewdness. Especially now, when so much of our time is spent inside binging Netflix and finding comforts within our own spaces.
The goal here is to help you create create a theater-caliber experience at home with as little intrusion as possible.
We achieved this by enlisting the help of a professional interior designer, Tina Rich (who's worked with numerous notable clients around NYC), as well Thrillist's own Entertainment Team — who are literally expert movie watchers — to guide you through what to buy and why. Let's get right into it.
Samsung | Emily Carpenter
A sizable TV
Let's get the obvious the way. You're going to need a big TV (or projector!). And since it's 2020, you're going to want a flatscreen that boasts UHD 4K resolution (this is going to date itself so bad in five years).
Lucky for you, the TV market is saturated with quality screens that come in at all price points. For instance, I opted for this 58″ Westinghouse when it was on sale for $299.99. It's by far the best value I've ever seen for a sizable TV with great resolution.
That said, our experts recommended something 65″ or larger. This Samsung fits the bill and hits at a price that isn't too extravagant.
And with that, our first Tina Tip™: “I always suggest mounting a TV, even if you have a credenza below. It’s a much more elevated look. The Samsung Frame TV allows you to display artwork within its perfectly simple “frame”. You can even surround it with other pieces to create a gallery wall, and you would never know it was a TV.”
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If you have the space to adequately hang a projector, color me impressed. Once you've established that you do, in fact, have enough space (the easy part), you'll have to decide which projector to go with (the hard part). Projectors are not one-size-fits-all and they're certainly not one-price-fits-all.
That said, one of the best deals under $1,000 is the BenQ Full HD Home Theater Projector for $699. For something slightly cheaper yet still impressive, check out Epson's line of projectors — the Home Cinema 2100 which is discounted to $549 right now (usually $850).
If your budget is tighter than your high school letterman jacket, Vankyo has your back with a 1080p portable projector for only $108.
Roku | Emily Carpenter
Something to support your streaming
When it comes to comparing the streaming device heavyweights — Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, and Amazon Fire Stick — the decision is largely personal preference.
I've used an Apple TV for what seems eons now until I purchased my Westinghouse, which happens to have Roku built in.
A couple of Thrillist’s Entertainment staffers swear the Amazon Fire Stick is the best choice, while another uses a PS4 because it can also play their Blu-ray collection and be used for gaming (a double-whammy). Please note that an Xbox can also do this!
At the end of the day, my pick goes to Apple TV for its intuitiveness and user experience. But I'll give Roku the runner-up (as well as a special shout out to the Roku Smart Soundbar with built in streaming).
An Echo or Google Home
The future most certainly is now.
If you were to tell me 10 years ago, I could walk into my room and say “Alexa, theater mode” and the lights would dim and the cool intro jingle to 20th Century Fox would play, well I'd say something along the lines of “2020 sure sounds rad!” And hoo boy would I be wrong. But, I digress. If you add an Echo or Google Home into the mix, you'll be able to control lights, music, power outlets, and numerous other devices with just your stern yet brilliant voice.
SONOS | Emily Carpenter
Getting a 60″ TV without a soundbar or speaker system is getting an iPod without headphones or purchasing a convertible when you live in Seattle. Sure, it technically still works, but what's the point? The simplest solution here is to find a soundbar that fits your needs. Bose makes an excellent product that's under $200.
If you want to level up, check JBL's soundbar/speaker/subwoofer combo which will give you an easy entry into the world of surround sound. Now, if you're looking for the gold standard, Sonos makes an absolute unit of a sound system. It's all wireless with deep bass, clear mids and highs, and will deliver a true theater experience directly into your ears/brain.
Plus, it's totally customizable.
Wayfair | Emily Carpenter
This is important! Let's start with the basics: lamps. Personally, I love a good floor lamp ( this tree lamp or this tripod lamp).
They're easy, good looking, and — if you take the time — can be controlled by a dimmer, which Rich also puts to good use in our third Tina Tip™. “In my own home, we have everything on dimmers so we can adjust the lighting levels as needed.
” As for how to light the living room? She's a big fan of sculptural lighting, these sets from Yuko Nishikawa.
If you happen to have overhead lights already installed in the room, a set of Phillips Hue bulbs is the move. They can be controlled via smartphone (or Alexa/Google Home) and even change colors to set the vibe.
If you don't want to take that route, install a dimmer. The other option is to install track lighting in your ceiling. It's not the simplest solution, but it'll provide a more theatrical experience.
For a set you can install yourself, Catalina has you covered with a modern and functional design.
Lastly, backlighting. Backlights can reduce strain on the eye and help with contrast, both of which are essential to a pleasurable viewing experience. There are two routes here.
The easy road is to get a USB plug-in version that wraps the back of your TV (as seen here). The pricier (though more dramatic-slash-cinematic) choice is to set a couple of Philips Hue LED bar lights behind your set up.
Or you could try one behind the sofa, one behind the TV. Your house, your rules.
AllModern | Emily Carpenter
If I could do things my way, I'd go into my living room, get rid of my couch, and line up two rows of four reclining chairs that'd take up, well, the entire space and probably piss off my partner. Some would call this ineptitude. Because of this, Tina Tip™ #2 comes in.
With her gifted eye for arrangement she knows how to achieve a theater- atmosphere without pissing anyone off, and after all, that's the conceit here.
Rich loves things this vintage '80s high style sofa from Cherish, particularly because “the upholstery is in great condition so you won't have to pay to re-upholster.”
If space/funds are an issue, AllModern can help out with something this mid-century square arm sofa for $666. If you decide this is what you want, I'd highly encourage you to consider an ottoman to throw your feet up on. And this one from Kelleia Darrow looks it'll get the job done.
Another thing you might want to snag is a TV tray or table.
If you dim the lights — or turn them completely off — it'll kind of mimic the dine-in experience of places Alamo or iPic (I said almost!) The benefit of this versus a coffee table is that you'll have your own space to eat and spill popcorn on, rather than arguing with your roommate about where those watermarks came from (I know it was your beer, Tevin). And of course you can add more stuff, this incredibly cool recliner from Shelby, but consider the above recs the bare necessities.
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The perfect home theater needs to be equipped with only the finest of cinematic delights. For starters, let's take a look at this vintage popcorn machine that makes 10 cups of the good stuff per batch.
And after eating 10 cups of that popcorn all by yourself watching Contagion for the 50th time, you'll need a drink. Enter: The vintage mini fridge from Frigidaire that'll fit a sixer of your favorite beverage or one very large bag of wine.
Having company over and need a little extra? Throw a Soda Stream into the mix and create your own colas (or mixers!).
And as you're entertaining and making your way through all the best movies of 2019 you missed, you're definitely going to want a fully-stocked home bar. Oh, and a marg making machine for good measure, naturally.
Pendleton | Emily Carpenter
Okay, you've got the requisites. A TV, comfortable sofa, good lights, and the food & drink is on point. What else is there? The small stuff, my friend. Let's start with window treatments (assuming you have windows to treat).
Our expert Tina can take the lead on this one: “Window treatments go a long way to finishing off a space. I love a sheer curtain and suggest doing them wall to wall, rather than just framing the window. This gives the appearance of a much bigger space.
The Shade Store is a great resource.”
You'll also want to think about cord management. A $1,000+ TV with cords dropping down the wall isn't a good look. Luckily, this is an inexpensive fix and you can find a slew of options on Amazon.
Want to watch the Liam Neeson flop Cold Pursuit without waking your partner in the other room? Throw on a pair of wireless, noise-cancelling headphones. I wrote all about those here. And because that movie is set in the mountains outside of Denver, go ahead and grab a throw blanket to keep you real cozy.
I'm a big fan of this one from Pendleton (because it can also come camping with me), but if you want something that'll stay on your sofa indefinitely, check out Huckberry. Then, choose your toppings to complete the setup (read: throw pillows).
Now all that's left is to get comfortable, turn off your cellphones, and stay tuned for the feature presentation.
DIY garden decor ideas – 6 projects for yard and patio
Garden ornaments can give a personality to any home yard turning it into a special place with character and style. Instead of spending money on expensive mass-produced decorations such as statues and figurines you can create decorative objects only by using a few simple supplies and recycled junk. The following creative DIY garden decor ideas will brighten up your outdoor space!
DIY garden decor ideas – handmade watering can lantern
Soft light illuminating the garden pathway – it’s functional and enchanting. There are all types of lamps available on the market – with different shapes, sizes and with different power sources but only you can own this unique watering can lamp. You can use it as candle hurricane, as well.
Materials: watering can without a handle, colored glass, copper edging tape, solder, soldering acid, light bulb 40 W, power cord, aluminum strip, rivets
Instruments: metal shears, electric drill, soldering iron, awl, drill bits for metal, needle file, glass cutter, riveter
1. Clean the watering can from dirt. Using a cutter cut out small windows. Smooth the sharp edges of the openings with needle files removing irregularities and making them safe for comfortable handling.
2. Take pieces of colored glass or cut from a large sheet using a glass cutter. Work carefully and mind the sharp edges.
3. Tape the edges of the glass pieces and line the window openings on the watering can with copper tape. Solder the glass pieces together and to the watering can walls. Given its curved body, they will have be placed at an angle.
4. Drill hole for the electrical part of the lamp. Make new handle aluminium strip, drill suitable holes on the body and secure with rivets. You can skip this step, if you prefer to use just a group of pillar candles.
If after reconstruction or renovation of the house you have some remained wooden slats, do not rush to throw them away or burn. With these you can make a simple and convenient hanger for all kinds of little things that should always be at hand for every gardener – gloves, keys, bags of seeds, garden tools and others.
Materials: wooden slats (2 pcs. 2cm x 40 cm, 5 pcs. 5 cm x 17 cm), hot glue gun, 10 finishing nails (1.2 x 20 mm), 4 wooden clothespins, small tin can, 1 screw for wood, acrylic paint in white, yellow, blue, orange and green.
Instruments: sandpaper, a hammer, a ruler, a screwdriver, a pencil, a fretsaw
First, you have to create a small picket fence. You need 5 wide slats with a length of 17 cm and 2 narrow slats – 2 cm wide and 40 cm long. Cut the pickets by using a template to ensure a consistent look. Clean all irregularities using a sandpaper.
Paint all parts of the fence with white paint and for a clothespins use bright colors. Attach short to long slats at equal distances using nails to assemble the picket fence. Glue one clothespin on each picket. With a screwdriver make a small hole measuring about 0.5 mm.
Attach the tin can to one of the pickets using a self-tapping screw.
DIY garden decor ideas – red mushroom wooden stool
What better way to decorate your garden than making some cute stools shaped little mushrooms with white spots.
Materials: wooden bowls with flat bottom, wooden stump, red exterior paint, white tape
1. Clean thoroughly the bowls, paint them red and let them dry. 2. Cut circles from the white tape and glue them on the bowl.
You can also use a different technique: paint the bowl white, glue the tape circles, apply red paint and peel off the tape to reveal the white surface underneath. 3. Drill a hole in the middle of the bowl.
Place the bowl on a wooden stump facing down and fasten it with self-tapping screw.
DIY garden decor ideas – PET bottle butterfly
Materials: a plastic bottle, black marker, acrylic paint in red, orange and yellow, 2 mm wire, a paint brush, scissors
Use only the central part of the plastic bottle. Cut out a rectangular section of the cylinder – 9 cm x 12 cm. Fold it in half and cut a figure in the shape of half a butterfly so that once expanded you will become a symmetrical butterfly. Draw very thin lines using a permanent marker to represent the spectacular patterns of the butterfly’s wings.
Paint different parts of the wings with acrylic paint in different colors. Allow to dry. Cut a piece of wire and fold in half. Use the one end to form the antennae and the other one will be the part that will be stuck into the pot soil.
DIY garden decor ideas – glass jars lanterns
Wonderful mini chandeliers for your garden. By recycling these glass jars you can turn them into gorgeous decorations for your garden.
Materials: small glass jars, colored chalk, tealights, universal glue, thin wire, items for decoration such as beads and adhesive gem embellishments.
Take the old grater and begin to scrape the colored chalk until it becomes powder. Clean the jars with a cloth and fill each with a different color from the grated chalk powder. Decorate with universal glue and decorative items. Finally, use a thin wire for decoration, as shown in the image. Place the tealights in the jars.
DIY garden decor ideas – garden stepping stones shaped buttons
Concrete is the perfect material for DIY outdoor projects – it’s easy to handle and extreme sturdy. Therefore we’re going to show you several interesting ideas. The first one is presented from Mark Montano and in addition to the photo tutorial there is a video with instructions, as well.
Materials: waterproof varnish, quick-drying cement, non-stick cooking spray, large plastic lids of various sizes, 4 plastic caps, a craft knife, a paintbrush and paint.
1. A round plastic plate is used for the button mold. Four plastic caps will serve as the holes of the button. Score the inside of the caps using a craft knife, fill them to the rim with hot glue and glue in place on the plate.
2. After the glue has dried, spray with cooking spray to remove easier the buttons from the mold afterwards.
3. Prepare the cement mixture following the instructions on the packaging, fill the mold and let it harden for 20 minutes.
4. Remove the cement button from the mold and paint in the desired color. After the paint has dried, varnish all buttons.
Using the same method with molds and concrete try the other DIY conrete projects, as well!
Small concrete garden pond
Cute concrete bags
Idea for sea-inspired garden decor
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Garden lighting ideas – Garden lighting – garden lighting solar
Celebrate the most glamorous evenings in the garden with beautiful lighting ideas that will extend your stay far into the night
Looking for garden lighting ideas? Check out our pick of the best ideas to get you started on your outdoor room lighting project.
Garden lighting can help create a magical space that can be enjoyed even when the sun’s gone down. Make the most of long summer evenings and transform your garden into a glowing living space you can use after dark, with our stunning garden lighting ideas to illuminate alfresco diners.
If you want to create a cosy dining area for eating out on warm nights, zone off a secluded spot on the patio using elegant garden wall lights to cast a romantic glow over your garden dining table, and set the mood with tabletop candles placed in pretty wind-resistant vessels – perfect for intimate dinner parties and candlelit meals.
Are you landscaping your garden? Don’t forget to work integrated garden lighting into your design as these final details will really set off your scheme and create a stunning effect in the garden by night. Go for smart spotlights in walls and pathways to light your way and uplighters to accentuate beautiful architecture, water features and sculptural planting.
Related: Garden landscaping ideas: how to plan and create your perfect garden
Wireless solar-powered lights are an easy and eco-friendly alternative to plumbed in lighting and come in all shapes and sizes. Embed them deep within your borders or line them up along the path and watch them illuminate your garden at twilight, with a warm glow.
For easy garden lighting ideas, try our simple homemade lanterns for your next garden party, made with a paper bag weighted down with gravel, a hole punch and an LED tealight. Placed either side of garden steps, they’ll light your guests’ way and look totally charming.
1. Mix and match lanterns
Image credit: Tim Young
Decorative metal lanterns are going from strength to strength as the must-have modern room accessory. From living rooms with a Scandi feel to the centrepiece on an industrial-chic dining table, these adaptable place-anywhere mood setters are at home in any scheme.
Remember their origins as the earliest way of lighting up Victorian streets and herald them as the perfect indoor/outdoor accessory.
The sheer joy of these contemporary beauties comes from the colour choices and shapes – there is one to suit every garden and every design personality.
Get the look
Buy now: Similar miner’s lantern, £12, Garden Trading
2. Update with new-season designs
From classically chic to strikingly contemporary, there’s never been a better time to invest in stylish garden lighting.
At the more modern end, designs in zinc, copper and brass will add a Scandi feel to outdoor spaces, while glass lanterns with galvanised steel exteriors hark back to Victorian street lamps for a more classic feel.
The sheer joy of these beauties comes from the colour choices and shapes – there is one to suit every garden and every design personality.
Get the look
Buy now: Sarlat Hanging Lantern, £289, The French House
3. Cast an inviting glow
When dining outdoors in the garden, the natural glow of candlelight as an ambient garden lighting option cannot be surpassed.
As it is in the controlled setting of your alfresco table, go for real candles, but secure them against wind by opting for a sturdy yet elegant vessel. These heavy ribbed glass holders are the perfect balance of smart and safe.
Avoid the temptation to keep mosquitoes at bay by using citronella candles – the scent can put diners off. Save them for after dinner.
Get the look
Buy now:Large Captured Glass Lantern, £32, The White Company
Want more garden ideas? READ: How to use paint in the garden to add a dose of colour and vibrancy
4. Hang fairy lights for a magical touch
Add some sparkle to your home, inside and out, with a set of unique fairy light designs. Fairy lights bring a magical quality to any garden, and these flower versions work beautifully with the lace tablecloth and pressed-glass tealight holders. A little light goes a long way at night. Use lighting selectively and remember that darkness can be used to conceal areas.
Get the look
Buy now: Similar fairy lights, £9.99, Lights 4 Run
5. Go for colour-coordinating candles
Image credit: Orchid Furniture
If you are fortunate enough to have a garden in full bloom, light up your flora and fauna with lanterns.
Especially now, with LED battery-powered candles at their most efficient and cost-effective, you can avoid any risks involved with real candles while still providing a striking glow.
The gentle pinks and red of these silk and paper lanterns are just perfect for enhancing the natural palette of the rhododendrons. Just beautiful.
6. Bring sparkle to garden walkways
Perfect for marking a special occasion, LED-lit trees add a decorative and atmospheric touch to gardens. The bulbs in these designs have been altered to create a warmer colour that is much more inviting than the typical blue-hued glow, creating a magical, twinkling effect ideal for lighting up walkways and garden paths.
Get the look
Buy now: Mini LED Cherry Trees, £80, Twilight Trees
7. Make pretty DIY paper lanterns
Nothing makes a bigger garden lighting impact than the repetition of lights on a darkened path – for both striking simplicity and after-dark safety. With a garden party in mind, these steps are smartly lit with decorative paper bags, which can be bought with a pretty punched design or create it yourself with a hole-punch and a few minutes of your time.
The trick is to weigh the bags down with gravel or rice and most definitely use LED tealights.
Whether it’s the eco-friendly aspect, the freedom that comes from being wireless or the sleek, industrial look, a solar-powered light is the simplest option for hassle-free garden lighting.
As the technology advances, so do the choices for creating a number of looks in your outdoor space – from putting them deep within the foliage for an internal glow to lining them up loud and proud along a path.
Get the look
Buy now: Similar paper bags, £2.75, Not On The Highstreet
Buy now: LED tea lights, £12.99, Amazon
8. Make a statement with high-end pieces
Contemporary garden lighting is not just for your industrial living room or chic hotel-style bedroom.
Invest in garden-friendly options to take your interior design style outside and keep the flow of good taste on high.
The look of this lamp, with its mix of materials and focused glow, is a standout against the rustic stacked-brick garden wall. Even your garden insects will ooze glamour when lit up just so…
Get the look
Buy now: Garden lampshade and sconce, Florian Brillet
9. Add playful touches to dark corners
The humble paper lantern takes position as party-perfect centrepiece when clustered in an array of colours. In a mix of sizes and hung at various heights, they transform this covered garden nook from plain to playful and balance out the darker, heavy garden furniture and the intensity of a fireplace. Truly a light and bright way to have fun with garden lighting.
10. Use uplighters to catch the eye
Clever lighting is the key ingredient for bringing wow-factor to your garden at night. Don’t be afraid to mix and match styles, using both uplighters to enhance walls and hanging pendants in covered areas to create cosiness. And if you’re really lucky, make sure to illuminate the swimming pool at night…
Related: Brilliant budget garden ideas that will boost your outdoor space without breaking the bank!
11. Add texture with woven materials
Sculptural electrical lights make an attractive garden lighting alternative as they can be brought outside onto a deck or patio when weather permits. Or, positioned near the door, will illuminate the are from inside. The woven material on these bottle-shaped designs creates attractive shadows.
Above all, let safety be your watchword. Select fittings designed for exterior use, with an IP rating for water resistance that suits the area they are to be used in, usually IP44, or higher. Employ a qualified electrician to install them safely.
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