Do you want to accurately reproduce the cinema aesthetic? Wall sconces are perfect; depending on their placement, they cast light directly up or down the wall, just like the theater. As complementary lighting, they cast a dim glow while you watch a film to provide visibility without competing with the image. Sconces come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so you’ll easily find a style that matches your home theater. Each sconce requires the installation of an up-to-date electrical box, so we recommend hiring a team of experts to install them into your home theater.
Fiber Optic Lighting
Imagine having a starry sky as the ceiling in your home theater. This is entirely possible through fiber optic lighting, which is produced through a machine that is linked to several fiber tubes with a light on each end. These lights are set to emit bright white against a black ceiling, although there’s the option to change them to RGB shades. Even though it results in a striking effect, it’s not ideal for every home theater’s structure. Unless you have an indented ceiling, the star-scattered night sky may give you a massive headache. We recommend conducting a careful examination of the shape and structure of your home cinema’s ceiling before committing to fiber optic lighting.