The key to creating exceptional seating for very specific spaces can be summed up in one word….customization.
How to Keep Your Home Theater Safe
It’s dark in your home theater. Your eyes haven’t adjusted yet. You know there are risers, but you can’t see them yet. The movie’s opening credits come on with an intense bass-heavy soundtrack that rattles you. You recline in your motorized FORTRESS seat to enjoy the movie, and lo and behold, nature calls. We all know how precarious this situation can be, but with a few simple tips, you and your electronic systems contractor can design your home theater with safety in mind.
While traditional theater seats are great, sometimes, you don’t want an armrest coming between you and the person sitting next to you. That’s why they call it a love seat, after all. To get the love seat or sofa effect in your home theater or media room and cuddle a little closer, you have a few different options.
What You Need to Know to Make the Choice That’s Right for You. Decisions. Decisions. When it’s time to start designing your home theater, media room, or living area, selecting a material that will work in your room and within your lifestyle can be overwhelming, especially when given more choices. This short guide will help you understand the choices available in order to make better decisions and keep you happy with your FORTRESS seating for years to come.
After that Godfather marathon or binge-watching your favorite show on Netflix, you might feel fatigue, have a crick in your neck, or even a headache. If so, you might be the victim of bad home theater design! A few simple adjustments and you’ll be on the road to a more comfortable and enjoyable experience.
Did you know that FORTRESS Seating is all hand-made in the US at our factory in La Verne, California? At FORTRESS, we take great pride in being able to build a chair from concept to shipping, right here in the United States, and with the finest quality and craftsmanship. Come with us on this behind-the-scenes photo tour of what happens in our La Verne factory, from structure to stuffing to stitching to shipping!