Chappaqua Tudor’s Media Room Benefits from Clean Lines
Blocked hues in the same color family and an inviting seating arrangement make this home theater cozy, not cavernous.
Photography by Marc Weinstein Published December 17, 2012 at 06:53 PM
Interior Designer: Cami Weinstein
Cami Weinstein Interior Design
The renovation of a 1920s Tudor wouldn’t be complete without a media room designed with the entire family of five in mind. “The house is a combination of youth and playfulness with an Old World, casually elegant sensibility,” says designer Cami Weinstein.
Whitlock: The horizontal stripes add a calming effect to this comfortable room.
Lima: This is a true home-theater experience, and it uses color to create an exciting and dramatic environment. The horizontal wall stripes help draw the eye towards the front of the room. I liked the use of a large sectional as opposed to traditional theater seating; I’d much rather lie down to watch a movie then sit upright in a theater chair, so this, to me, was an excellent solution.
Mintz: A movie with popcorn would be great here. The steps with lights; the exciting, analogous color harmony; and comfortable, easy-maintenance furniture make this a great place to be on Saturday night or any night.