Friday, May 31, 2019

How to Use Decorative Planters in your Garden

A mans head fiberglass garden planter used as a fire bowl garden decor
Have you ever thought about using garden planters in any other way than "planting flowering plants" or greenery. 
In this short post we will share with you  an awesome and creative idea on how to use decorative planters in your garden . 
Decorative Garden Planter filled with All Purpose Potting Soil and used as a fire Bowl

As shown in the above photo, there will be a few simple items required for this project.
1. Galvanized steel thin sheet cylinder (can be found at local hardware store)
2. Fire Rocks
3. Gel fuel can (mainly online)
4. Glue gun & stick
5. Scrap piece of cardboard (not shown in image)
6. Decorative Planter
Decorative Garden Planter filled with All Purpose Potting Soil and used as a fire Bowl


In the image above we have placed the scrap cardboard piece in the center of the planter using hot glue to keep in place covering the planters drainage hole.
Decorative Garden Planter filled with All Purpose Potting Soil


Here we used all purpose potting soil to fill the planter, nevertheless (potting mix) can also be used. 
We went with the option of soil or mix because it keeps the project light once filled in the case we wanted to move it around from time to time.
Decorative Garden Planter filled with All Purpose Potting Soil
The planter was filled just enough as to conceal the thin 
sheet of galvanized cylinder that will host the Gel Fuel can. For this particular planter we had to take into account 4 inches which is the size of the cylinder. 

A few white rocks were then placed into the planter around the cylinder for support and aesthetics. 

Note: You may chose to fill this space with as many rocks as you deem necessary. In the future we may add more rocks or fire glass to change and spice things up  a bit. 
A mans head fiberglass garden planter used as a fire bowl garden decor
A mans head fiberglass garden planter used as a fire bowl garden decor
Once completing the above steps, you are ready to light up your Gel Fuel can add a few embellishments such as outdoor throws, pillows, outdoor pouf seating, large potted plants and enjoy your awesome patio, porch and/or garden focal point.  

Hope this simple project gives you an idea on how to make your Space Made Perfect one that will make your guest enjoy with the uttermost delight.  

Below we have placed a short video on how it all came together ~ENJOY~  







Monday, April 29, 2019

How to:Clean and Maintain SheepSkin Rugs

Cleaning a sheepskin rug with lanolin wash

Have you stained your natural Sheepskin and wondered how on earth I'm going to get this out ! 
Before you run and grab a hold of the closest chemical agent you can find, STOP, breathe, and lets garner our thoughts before proceeding.  
There are a few ways of cleaning sheepskin. In this short post we will be discussing our best methods while attempting to keep it simple.

Professional Cleaning(mainly reserved for larger or more severe stains).
With this been said, don't assume all professional dry cleaners are leather/wool on skin professionals.
If you love your sheepskin, make sure your cleaner is trained in this area. 

Hand and or Machine Wash

Hand washing or machine washing sheepskins should be reserved ONLY for the natural color wool such as white or ivory. Dyed skins can bleed greatly, causing the wool to quickly lose its rich dyed color.

Never place sheepskin rug in a dryer, as this will dry out and cause cracks in the leather/hide.

Never use enzyme or bleach containing agents. Even detergents promoted as "gentle" like Tide or Woolite contain enzymes that are damaging to sheepskin rugs.
 
Any brand wool wash that is enzyme, bleach free, containing lanolin will suffice in maintaining the health and intregity of the rug. 

What is Lanolin:
Lanolin is a wax secreted by the glands of wool bearing animals like sheeps.

Note: Do not mistake the process of extracting lanolin to animal cruelty. This process is normally performed on Wool bearing animals that are already part of the meat industry. The sebaceous glands, in this case (lanolin) is the byproduct from the meat harvest.  

Some Things you'll need are: 

1. Wool brush.
2. Lanolin containing wool wash (enzyme,bleach free).
3. Large basin of water.
4. Drying area away from direct sunlight

Steps in the hand-wash process:

1. Add warm water to basin.
2. Depending on size of rug, use 1tsp of lanolin wool wash per 1G of water.
3. Soak rug for at least 20 minutes(longer depending on how soiled).
4. Gently use hands to massage the fibers while submersed. 
5. Remove and squeeze excess water solution(don't twist).
6. lay rug to dry or line dry (We prefer Line dry) as it allows gravity to freely expel water. 
7. Brush the wool once while still damp.
8. Once completely dry, brush again.
9. vigorously shake rug in order to bring back its natural fluffiness.

Note: Do not expose rug to direct sunlight or heat during the drying process. 

Steps for machine washing:

1. Use warm water wash selection
2. Use 1 Tbsp wool wash (2x3ft)rugs to 2 Tbsp (2x6ft)rug. 
3. Use Bulk/Gently cycle 
4. Lay rug to dry or hang (We prefer line dry) letting gravity expel most of the water.
5. Brush once while damp and once after dry.
6. vigorously shake rug in order to bring back its natural fluffiness. 

Spot Cleaning Rug(mostly small stains)

1. Mix a cap full of Lanolin based wool wash to 2 Cups of water and place in a spray bottle.
2. Apply to stain area generously. 
3. Rinse the area treated with warm water. 
4. Use dry clean rag by patting gently removing the excess moisture.
5. Hang or lay rug to dry fully OUT of direct sunlight.
6. Brush area once while damp,once after fully dried and Shake vigorously to natural fluffiness.  

Maintaining your rug:

1. Straighten out wool hair by regularly brushing.
2. Vacuum rug regularly, but avoid using a rotating head brush attachment. 
3. Regularly shaking rug often helps keep its fullness. 

Storing: 

1. Do not store rug in sunlight or heat
2. Store in cool ventilated area by avoiding non-breathable materials such as suction storage bags 

Note: Remember that your Real Sheepskin Rug is a natural breathable material and just like leather condensation may cause it to dry rot.     
     
  
 




    
 
    



   
  
 

Monday, April 8, 2019

How to use Fire Gel Fuel Cans in D.I.Y Decor

a box of 12 cans of Terra Flame clean burning fire gel
   Do you Love to entertain guest ! We have some heart warming ideas on how to bring warmth into any interior and or exterior space by using real flame. 
In this short post we will demonstrate how there will be no need to build expensive vented fireplaces for your indoor space (if all you are looking for is aesthetics).
 Even if you already own a real vented fireplace and you simply want the subtle feel of real flames in your home, you can always accomplish this without the messy residue of wood or the potential hazard of natural gasses. 
Clean Burning Fire Gel can truly accomplish this goal. This time we will focus on making a simple Fire bowl. (You may also find D.I.Y ventless fireplace ideas in our Archives.) 

For this particular task we will need just a few simple items:
a box of 12 cans of Terra Flame clean burning fire gel
Not all fire gel fuel cans are made equal. As you can see, these cans have no labeling along the sides. This makes sense when you consider heat and paper will be a bad combination. Pay attention to this as many manufactures still make cans with labels along the sides. 
As seen here a clever placed warning label is placed on the lid instead, in the case you lose the included instruction pamphlet. 

A bowl of choice (clear glass or porcelain) will be the foundation of this project along with a few decorative rocksfire glass, and small chrome fire balls

NoteBest to use an Oven Resistant Bowl as it can better withstand higher temperaturesAlso using a bowl with enough depth will help visually conceal most of the can giving your project the perfect finish.     
We can appreciate how the fire gel fuel can sits perfectly nestled into the bowl. Again make sure that the embellishments used can withstand high heat temperatures.
Just a few images on how this great project turned out. 
Below we have also place a video on the Unboxing of this fire gel fuel and how we used this product to create this gorgeous fire bowl and patio/garden fire ball decor, suitable for any outdoor entertainment space. ~ ENJOY ~ !  



Friday, December 21, 2018

How To Ideas for Making Winter Wreath Decor

A Large wired silver art mirror decorated with Oversized Pine Cones and used as Winter Wreath
For this project we wanted to not just opt for the common wreath look one tends to find in local brick and mortar stores. Even the most exotic wreaths you can find usually tends to stick to the traditional design. 

In this post we will show you how to add "Art" to your next Winter Wreath decor that is sure to dazzle your guest as soon as you greet them at the door. Not to mention how by choosing a timeless art piece like this one, can easily work as the seasons change. 

Below we will talk about a simple few items and steps that you will need to complete this project. 
Among these items are: 
1. A Giant Pine Cone measuring a whopping 10.5 inches in length and 4 inches in diameter. (These are extremely rare, and we stumbled into these at the local Trader Joes Market during fall season.)
1b. Pine tree trimmings to your desired length 
2. Medium sized Cup Hooks 
3. Small accessory belt. (choice of color and texture to your liking We chose a gold and silver to go with our theme.)  
4. Wreath hook & smaller door hook
5. ( No tools Required ) :o)
A Large wired silver art mirror decorated with Oversized Pine Cones and used as Winter Wreath

Step 1. Now that we have all the items on hand, we will proceed to screwing the cup hook into the pine cone. These giant cones are very woody in nature which makes this task rather simple. (Careful NOT to over tighten.)

Note: You may also choose to paint these cones in your desired. In the finished project as you will see in the latter part of this post, we opted for gloss white, metallic silver for the main colors and metallic bronze for some inconspicuous undertones.

Step 2. Once having the hooks screwed into both cones, you will proceed to string the belt or ribbon into the opening. This is how the finished cones will hang from the small door hook. As mentioned before we decided to use a small belt.
A Large wired silver art mirror decored and used as Winter Wreath
A Large wired silver art mirror decorated with Oversized Pine Cones and used as Winter Wreath

  Step 3. We used a gorgeous metal wall art mirror as our main centerpiece for the wreath. The silver color of the  metal reflect light and keeps the space airy by causing the eye to freely flow throughout the space. 
A Large wired silver art mirror decorated and used as Winter Wreath


The Cones are then hung onto the small door hook, while the wall art mirror hangs below gracefully from the large wreath hook. 
Note: The cones were previously spray painted with glossy white and metallic silver to give them that icy looking sheen mimicking the look of ice filled shrubs after a snowfall or icy rain.  
A Large wired silver art mirror decorated and used as Winter Wreath

A Large wired silver art mirror decorated and used as Winter Wreath
We added some pine tree limbs garnered form the local hardware 
store Christmas tree sale lot. If you ask the staff who trims the trees prior to the sale, they will be happy to let you collect the leftovers that are usually placed into one of their store carts for free. 
We most certainly couldn't forget one of our signature decor embellishments such as crystal garland links, teardrops and raindrops. We coupled a few of these crystal ornaments by intricately nestling them into over-sized oyster shells that were painted in metallic grey and silver.

The glam and sparkle of all these chic decor ornaments set the perfect tone for this Winter Wreath Decor.   

Conclusion: When thinking about decor, find ways to implement pieces that can be easily transitioned into other seasons. A timeless item can help reduce clutter by not having to store it as the seasons change. 
By simply adding a few small embellishments a decor item like this wall art mirror can completely freshen up your space made perfect with a complete new look.  

Below we have placed a short video snippet on this step by step process. ~ENJOY~   


Tuesday, December 4, 2018

How To: Create Stocking Stuffer Winter Decor

A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments


This winter season consider looking at what lays in your backyard, as you seek ideas on decorating your indoor living space. 
as the leaves fall from your shrubs and trees and the pine cones beguin to find their way to the ground, this could mean endless decor possibility options. 

In this short post we will show you an idea based on a few simple steps that is sure to add some glam and sparkle to your interior or exterior winter decor scheme.

First let's talk about some items that will be required to complete this project. 
A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments
Above we have laid out some of the fixings, among these are a bag full of small and or mini pine cones, a glue gun and glue gun refills, a can of glossy white and metallic chrome spray paint and some back yard trimmings we garnered from leafless shrubs and trees.
A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments
Step 1.  
Apply hot glue to the end of the pine cone and attach to the desired areas of the shrub or tree limbs. Use as many cones as you deem necessary according to your particular taste. In this project we used 3 to 4 cones per limb. 
A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments
It's all coming together. Once the hot glue cures, the cones will be fully secured like concrete to these limbs. 

A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments
Step 2. 
Note: After you have placed all the desired cones onto the limbs, you will proceed to spray paint these as desired and once fully dried, place them in your favorite stocking.

For this desired decor scheme we went with glossy white  and metallic chrome silver to add the desired sparkle undertones. We then placed the limbs into a pair of beige and gold metallic cowhide stocking stuffers.  
A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments
A winter Stocking stuffer decor using dried tree limbs,pine combs and 100%crystals ornaments
Step 3. 
We love to incorporate the look of crystals into our decor ideas, therefore opted to go with these 100% pure crystal gems. Amongst the types useds were clear teardrops and raindrops, victorian prism and some french cuts. 

The rainbow glow that reflects from these pieces being placed  adjacent to a ceiling to floor bay sliding glass door, is simply glorious.  
The sparkle from the interior lighting of your living space as it bounces around these gorgeous crystals, is also a site that is sure to get your guest talking. 


Step 4.
Step back and enjoy the view !
We chose to display the completed project by hanging it onto an oversized gloss white modern wall art mirror which sits over a contemporary floating fireplace.  
You may also opt to placing this creative idea on your balcony, porch and or sunroom. 
As the sun rays reflects of the crystals, it will fill your chilled winter wonderland of a space with a rainbow spectacle of colors.  

Note: These crystals already come with pre-drilled holes in which you will simply have to thread an ornamental hook in order to hang it on the limb. 
You may choose to add any other embellishments that suits your taste, such as holiday ornaments for example.  

Below we have also placed a short video snippet that better displays the completed project ~ENJOY~















Friday, July 13, 2018

How to make a Garden Chandelier

Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
These days you can actually make the perfect 
lighting fixture suited for any home decor or themed event, and the garden is no exception.
In this short post we will take a common galvanized aluminum with copper lining watering can and turn it into an illuminated garden chandelier that will sure add a pop of glam and sparkle to any outdoor space. 

Below you will see a few of the items used to repurpose this gardening tool.  

Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
In the above image you can view the gardening watering can which was an inexpensive purchase at a local home improvement store for about $16. 
What caught my attention about this item, was the ability to remove the watering head as you will see below.     

Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
The removal of the head or spout of the can allows for a greater watering flow when needed. The Head of the can is normally used when also wanting to water the plants foliage. 
Also note the generously sized pre-drilled holes that can be viewed from the inside of the head. This is key to making our desired project work, as you will see below.  

More on why this option works best for the overall outcome of the project at hand. 

Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
In the three photos above (left) shows the interior of the can and the nozzle opening  that leads up towards the cylinder and tip. the (middle) image shows the nozzle opening at the tip of the cans cylinder and the (right) image simply shows the same nozzle tip at an angled view were the watering head or spout is normally attached. 
Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
Above is a picture of the LED string lighting used for this project. We chose a 5-foot strand, but the choice is absolutely yours. In the image to the (right) we have the included battery box and switch used to operate this string light.

Note:If are going to use this project in an area that will be subject to moisture and rain, my suggestion will be to waterproof the battery box by using some clear silicone to seal any openings including the area were the fuse is covered by the plastic tubing.     

Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
Here you can view how the LED light strand have been fed through the interior nozzle opening of the can all the way up and out the watering nozzle head and or cannula.

Note: These LED strands are very inexpensive and very malleable so you can maneuver small openings as you will see in the latter images.    
Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
This next image shows how the strands were fed up and through the nozzle tip and bunched inside the watering head opening (right image),as means of having the light reflect through the pre-perforated holes, giving a nice shimmering glow to the crystal teardrops. 
Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops 
Ornament hooks were used to attach the crystal garlands to the head of the watering can, by simply inserting them into the pre-perforated holes on both the garlands and the head of the can. A pair of pliers was used to twist the hooks to each other keeping them in place and then bent inward to conceal them into the head of garden can. 

Important: It is important to notice that you must first insert the LED string of lights into the head prior to attaching the garland with the ornament hooks. Inverting the steps will make it difficult for the insertion of the lights. 
Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
The head of the gardening can is now screwed back onto the nozzle (Top Left) and we have now hung the teardrops in the desired lengths to get that cascading effect. 
Now you are ready to hang this gorgeous piece anywhere you like. As you may have noticed in the images above, we chose to hang it in a roofed outdoor patio area were we grow most of the herbs bushels that require mostly shade. 
Making a garden chandelier using a galvanised aluminum,copper watering can and Crystal teardrops
Another image of this gorgeous outdoor chandelier displaying all of its shimmer and glory under the duskly, nightly skies.

Note: You may also omit the use of LED lights and simply use this piece as an outdoor suncatcher chandelier. The organic flare of the sun reflecting on the crystals will display a prism like glow of colors throughout your garden and or sunroom. 
  

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

How to Repurpose a Wooden Ladder into Linen Rack

A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Linen Rack


In this short tutorial we will take a simple and weathered old wooden ladder and repurpose it into a practical linen rack. 
Considering that wooden ladders are very much a thing of the past,giving ways to the most ingenious metal ladder designs available on the market today, you may have to opt for looking at your local thrift shops for this forgotten relic.
A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Towel Rack
Above are a few close up shots of the spray paint colors used to refinish this wooden ladder. We decided to go with the soft sheen of satin white and the reflective tones of the metallic chrome.
You may also notice that we decided to leave some inconspicuous areas of the ladder where the natural wood tones are shown.  
A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Towel Rack
In the collage of images above you can see how we grouped a series of 7 towels. this particular ladder with an average height of 6 feet could easily rack 10 towels. Not to mention the top of the ladder that could also make way for extra folded towels and or rags.  

A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Towel Rack
In the set of images above we added a few items that can also be displayed ready for use. Amongst these are body wash,sugar scrubs and aromatherapy products. 
You can chose to display any color towels of choice to match your bedroom or bathroom decor taste.    

A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Towel Rack
On the top shelve of the ladder we were also able to place extra towels neatly folded and or bath rags, and glass jar for easy access to bath sponges and soap bars.
As you can already see, this old wooden ladder has been resurrected with new life giving it meaning and purpose. 
A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Linen Rack
We added some gorgeous throws and scarves ready for the picking. You may choose to hang many or just a simple few adding character and punches of color to the your decor theme.  
A Wooden ladder re-purposed as a Linen Rack
In the above images you can see how it transformed from a common regular household handyman/handywoman tool to a creative, functional and integral display rack fit for any interior decor. 

Conclusion: It is needless to say that there are things in our living spaces that seem to get old and unpleasant to the sight as time goes by. Nevertheless,with a little ingenuity and "elbow grease" you can turn any old item into a piece of interior or exterior decor item that will be worthy "YOUR" space made perfect. 
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Friday, April 13, 2018

Ideas for Repurposing a CD Rack into Floor Lamp

How to Repurpose a Cd Rack by turning it into a standing floor lamp

In this streaming digital media world, cd's and dvd's are soon to become things of the past, an anthology if you will. 
In this post we will take a simple floor standing Cd rack and re-purpose it into a work of art that will not only provide warm and subtle illumination to your living space, but also serve as an interesting and unique conversational piece. 

For this project we will only need a few simple tools that any beginner Do It Yourself and/or beginner handyman or handy-woman should have at his/her disposal.

Items Required are
1. floor standing CD Rack

2. 60 x 1 inch Pine wood (Pine wood is inexpensive and we love it because its wood grains are very bold and pronounced when stained.)

3. Metallic Spray paint (your choice of color(s))

4. Lamp Pull Chain & Sockets kit (your choice of 1 or 2

5. Sample size can of PolyUrethane wood stain
(This step may be skipped by simply painting the wood)
6. Staining cloth or lint free cotton cloth (if using wood stain option)

7. 8 x 8 x 1 inch square of pine wood 
These are what some of these items look like. visiting your nearest local hardware store should have these readily available. We chose Minwax Poly Shades for the wood stain because it provides color as well as the protection and sheen of polyurethane (2 in 1). 

Tools Required are:

1. Drill, 1/4 inch & 3/8 inch drill bits

2. Wood glue (optional for a tighter bond)

3. Wood Screw 

4. Cable ties and/or strip of cable organizer/management 


Below are some images of what these items look like as we put this floor lamp together


Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
In this mage you can appreciate the metallic paint color used for the rack. The pull chain was kept in its original gunsteel color. The pine wood was stained,but we will see this up close a little later on. 
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
Seen above is the base of the Cd rack sitting on a 12 x 12 concrete paver. This was a personal choice since we wanted the lamp to stand taller.  
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets,pull chain and lamp finial
You may choose to use any style finial. We opted for this round chrome style. 

Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
We opted to use two Lamp Sockets with Pull Chain,a large detachable harp and low wattage LED bulbs. Left(lights off)Right(Lights on).

Make sure your harp is large enough so that when the lampshade is harnessed it sits above the bulbs without making them visible at eye level. 
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
In the above image we used the 8 x 8 x 1 pine wood and attached it to the 1 x 60 inch long pine wood we used as the support leg for this floor lamp. The square pine wood was attached to the 60 inch leg by lining it up to the back of the Cd rack and applying some glue and a single wood screw.  
Drill to create the  1/4 opening for the pull chain and the light socket harness that comes along with the kit. 
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain

You also want to drill holes about 3/8 inch in order to make the detachable harp fit snugly into the 8x8x1 square base. 

Note: Since we are creating a double light socket floor lamp, "the steps you do on one side must be repeated on the other side of the top square base".


Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp using pine wood as supporting leg
Here is an up close look of the pine wood used as the supporting leg. We opted for a polyurethane stain instead of painting it to give it a more sophisticated, interesting look. 
The entire Cd Rack was painted in metallic steel spray paint. This blended very well with the charcoal background of the wall.
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp using pine wood as supporting leg
Above is a side view look at the rack near completion. A cable organizer was used to neatly keep them in place and tucked from sight behind the leg of the lamp. 
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp using pine wood as supporting leg
A gorgeous oval shaped,charcoal black, upholstered lampshade was used for the finished project.

Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
Notice here that the 1 x 60 inch pine wood used for the leg takes the full length of the rack (top to bottom). We used cable ties to secure it to the bottom of the rack since we did not use wood at the bottom.  
Repurposed CD Rack into a standing floor lamp with double sockets and pull chain
Another image of the finished product. We added a few SACDs and Audio Cd's from the owners vintage collection to give you an idea on how this old played out cd rack could still serve its original purpose, while bringing subtle ambiance lighting to the space.  

Note: As we mentioned previously, take notice on how the lampshade sits high above the LED bulbs.This photo taken at birds eye view,shows you how you can't see the wood base and sockets used for this lamp. Mission accomplished.


How to Repurpose a Cd Rack by turning it into a standing floor lamp
Another close up on how the Cd and DVD Media sits on the top rack. This was used in a living room space and by coupling it with a black lampshade and the black steel metallic paint on the rack, it blended perfectly with the  charcoal colors of the walls. 

If you have a dedicated media room such as a Home Theater, this will be a perfect match for such a theme.

Below we have added a short video snippet of the completed project 
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