The Times – Design for Living: The Latest Extension Styles
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Talking of treating, cinema rooms are still hot, but people are realising that dedicated media rooms are a waste of space. The solution? A secret cinema, with a drop-down projector mounted on an electric ceiling lift, and in-wall speakers hidden behind a cinema screen that retracts when not in use. This sort of technology doesn’t come cheap, however. A multipurpose cinema/entertainment room installed in a house in Chelsea, west London, by the home-cinema specialist Finite Solutions, with lighting and decor, came in at £125,000.
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