Wobert's Clean & Serene Home Theater

Wobert's Clean & Serene Home Theater

Anthony Nguyen
Oct 11, 2010

Fall is here and it's the perfect time to practice taking some creative and artsy shots of your drool-worthy home theater setups. And what better way to jump-start your project than checkin' out some great examples? For today, we have Wobert's clean and serene home theater that'll make even the grouchiest movie critic turn their frown upside down.

Above, Wobert's ASRock Nettop ION 330HT becomes the primary box of choice for home entertainment (we're talking 1.6GHz low voltage processing, 2GB of RAM, and 320GB of digital movie space). In addition to the HTPC, he uses Magnat speakers all around, paired with his Sony VPL-HW10 projector and Yamaha RX-V630RDS receiver. And best of all - there are no wires to be seen!

We especially love how open and inviting the space feels, despite the typically "frowned upon focus on home theater equipment." We feel this is due to the proximity of the equipment to natural light, which acts to open up a space to the outside (whereas watching TV is usually associated with being a solitary act). This particular home theater space certainly does not feel like that whatsoever.

Finally, the huge modern wallpaper behind the media center also effectively diffuses the focus on the equipment to the space as a whole; a good solution to consider when you have a huge white wall with nothing on it.

What do you think of Wobert's setup? Is it too clean/bright for comfort or just right?

[Images: Wobert via Minhembio]

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