The main purpose of every home theater is to have the big movie experience in the comfort of your own home. Since much of your viewing will be with the lights dimmed or off, you may ask yourself why the home theater colors is considered to be so important. There are several best home theater colors that homeowners can choose. Deep dark gray tones provide not only the darkness needed for a theater screening, but in the light they give the room a subtle elegance that many other colors may lack. Flat paint should be used in multiple applications to achieve the deepest possible color, helping to eliminate light reflection from the screen. Being a neutral color, the gray will not affect the color of the film by reflecting back onto the screen. Remember to paint the ceiling and floor as well to reduce any unwanted reflections. Or you can go with red home theater colors. Many theaters across the country, both movie and live, are painted deep red tones from burgundy to raspberry. With the lights down low, you will achieve the darkness you desire while still maintaining a sense of color style. Low-light sconces or recessed overhead lighting will also provide a dramatic flair for non movie activities.
Another home theater colors are brown and navy colors. A deep navy complements the dark movie room atmosphere while providing an opportunity for some more interesting design elements, such as movie posters or a nautical theme. Rich brown tones can also create a “gentlemen’s club” feeling. Consider doing a multilayered brown with a lighter brown under a sponged dark color. For additional interest, create a faux leather look by painting the walls a dark brown, then applying a faux wallpaper to sections by using wrinkled and torn butcher paper glued or decoupaged onto the wall. A matte-finish glue over the top dulls down any shine and gives it that leathery look.