When you make the decision to add a home theater to your house there are many different things to consider. In addition to the audio/video components, it is not just fun but important to think about the type of experience you want to have in your home theater. The right seating can make or break your home theater experience because nothing is worse than settling in for a movie and not being able to get comfortable or not having adequate seating for your guests.

There are various things to consider when choosing theater seating. One of the best places to start is with your room size because that will dictate how many seats and the size of seats that your room can accommodate.  In addition to the size of the room, determining seat quantity and size will also depend on how many people you intend to host in your home theater at a given time. If you are a family of 6, you will likely want at least 6 seats but if you like to host guests you may want to have additional seats. If you are tight on space, seats come in various sizes so there may be some seats that are smaller which will allow you to fit more seating into your space.

The next thing to think about is what features and functionality you would like from your home theater seating. Do you want to be able to recline? Do you want a mix of individual chairs and sofas? Do you want seats to have drink holders or trays? Do you want seating with built-in technology like speakers? Though all of these things will have to fit into your budget, there are many ways to customize your home theater with unique, specially-designed home theater seating. Speak to an experienced installer to learn more about what type of home theater seating may be best for your home.