Movie Room Lookbook

Dated: January 19 2018

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In these Winter months, many of us look forward to evenings or weekends at home, getting into that hygge lifestyle and experiencing the ultimate lazy day. One way to make the most of your time at home (and many people’s favorite) is a movie night with family and friends. We’ve searched through Pinterest and found inspiration to make your own cozy and fun filled movie room!

 

  1. We can just feel the coziness with this makeshift movie room with a projector and fairy lights!

Photo: Design Serendipity Interiors

 

2.  These inexpensive leveled seats made out of pallets!

Photo: Simone Tasca


  

3. It’s a starry night with this painted ceiling!

Photo: Pinterest

4. This wrap around couch and bean bags are perfect for a big get together!

Photo: Pinterest

5. Complete your movie night with a real popcorn machine!

Photo: Pinterest

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Michelle Cantrell

Michelle is a native of Southwest Missouri and has twenty-eight years of experience in selling real estate in the greater Springfield area! Michelle specializes in all price points, including new cons....

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