For movie aficionados, a home theatre offers a bigger vision of life that stands beyond watching mere movies or playing games. It can be your prestigious cenotaph for your favorite flick. This was proved by case in point i.e. Batman Theater and $6mn home theater by Jeremy Kipnis. And now a round of applause to welcome the latest entrant viz. the Pirates of the Caribbean theater developed by Paul and Emily Konold.
Rachel Cericola from the Electronic House could discover this contemporary invention adorned with panorama from the traverse as well as the movie and specks bought from Disney directly or hand built. The frescos were completed by a 13-year-old artist Caden Jones who tinted the archways in the theater.
The room offers a 16:9 screen that comes with a custom masking system to make the configuration 2.35:1, thereby offering the dual pleasure of watching movies and sporting events. The vestibule is known as Laffite’s Landing that is a part of the innovative theme park appeal and has wood plank floors, whiskey barrels, and gold and there is a bar at the back of the theater with treasure maps and gold under the glass tabletop.
You can take pride in owing this comfort by dropping $30,000.