If you’re looking to do some interior design, you might be thinking in terms of your home entertainment system. Everyone wants a bigger and better version to watch their favorite team play or take in a new blockbuster. But this can become an increasingly popular pursuit that eventually takes the fun out of it.
One easy way to get the most out of your home entertainment system and put an early stop to overspending is by simply getting the largest screen you possible can nice and early. How can you do this without overspending? Simply, actually.
All it takes is a wall you can dedicate to your television. Then, you simply paint that wall bright white. It’s important, too, that this wall doesn’t suffer from any inconvenient shadowing due to nearby features.
After your wall is painted white, the bulk of the money for this project will need to be spent. You’ll need an overhead projector and then you’ll need to wire that to your DVD player, cable/satellite, etc.
Now you simply use the white wall as your screen. That’s all there is to it. The best part is that not only is this renovation cheap, but you’ll never have to worry about getting another large screen again—because you physically can’t get one larger than an entire wall in your home.
When the TV is not in use, you can occupy the space with other visually interesting things, so long as it’s easy to move them out of the way when it’s time to take in a film or show.