Got unique interests and hobbies that need materializing?
Perhaps one can start this new project through room designs with features revolving around a central theme.
Not surprisingly, aspects of technology can help uplift the ambiance of the design—from lights to fixtures, even features that one may find relevant and interesting. As such, here are five design themes that work well with high-tech gadgets.
Immersive Theater Design
An outstanding and shareable viewing experience at home promises days of great-value entertainment. A theater-designed room, topped with reclining cinema seats, soundproof curtains, thick walls, and carpets, can excite avid binge-watchers.
Apart from those, there are also up-to-date media technologies that can immerse homeowners in their shows.
Projectors and LED TVs are always the go-to when it comes to visuals. But as of this moment, both of these media are stepping up their performance through clear-crisp ultra-quality displays. Besides, these platforms can connect both from android OS devices and the internet itself.
All-Out Sporty Theme
Up for a workout, a training session, or even a casual play to kill time?
An athleisure theme is a quick favorite among sports enthusiasts. It may showcase rare pictures of famous athletes with autographs or a plethora of sports instruments cleverly stacked to decorate a bland wall.
One can display boxing gloves, golf clubs, baseball bats, techno treadmills, and even smart ergo-bikes. Some homemakers go as far as investing in high-end equipment pieces, which serve as the main attraction of this sporty hub.
Those who admit that sports activities run in their blood would fancy having a driving arcade machine, a virtual bowling alley, an indoor half basketball court, or a grand golf simulator setup.
Otaku-Inspired Gaming Theme
Anyone can release the anime screams they held for so long within an otaku-inspired room.
Set up an anime, gaming, or full immersion design in many different ways. For one, any DIY project can coat the walls with blooming anime characters or even just Japanese scenery itself. One can embellish the area with fascinating Japan-related features.
Some good examples are the sci-tech rhythm games and even crane games with unique technicalities that only Japan can offer. Otakus can pull off the theme through Gacha-themed games—which is the complete marriage of gaming and crane pulls probability in arcades. If these boxed gaming devices are too expensive, check if their PC versions are available.
Many owners flex their anime room concepts with high-tech battle stations on different social media platforms. That’s where you can get a lot of inspiration.
As music is an everyday occurrence, far more music lovers are present than initially imagined. It’s no surprise to see a trend of music-themed designs for rooms. The only problem lies in execution: A display of music records and artist’s wallpaper is becoming mundane and poorly executed. With that, a music hobbyist turns the room into a theatrical one; for technocrats, a music studio.
What’s great about a studio setup is it encourages the room owners to produce their music rather than listen to it. Of course, the presence of musical instruments is a staple. But, so is a digital audio workstation that aids in producing musical beats and rhythm. The audio workstation equalizes the melody, cancels noise, and even fine-tunes them overall.
Greenhouse designs are themes that bear utility rather than simply decorative. This design uses the greenery of plants to infuse it within the ambiance. There are multitudes of technologies associated with the whole greenhouse setup for this design.
One should opt for a whole setup of plants situated at their trays, each with perfectly neat rows of greenhouse stages, from seed to maturity. Automation is also important in this setup, relying on automated watering systems, propagation, solar panels, and even soil PH analyzers. Plants aside, it’s astonishing to see a design encased with transparent glasses and modernity.