Okay, this one just blew my mind. I’m as big a fan of water-based movies as the next guy, but when I saw a home theatre setup engineered by a Dallas-area dentist, I just about lost it.
It’s a home theatre designed around the Nautilus, from the classic Jules Verne novel and later Disney movie of the same name, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea.
First off, yes, that IS red velvet you see liberally scattered throughout that pic. The big concept here was that the Nautilus may have looked like a gigantic sea monster from the outside, but on the inside it was a mammoth, luxurious mansion for Captain Nemo and crew to inhabit for pretty much the rest of their lives.
Of course, there’s the normal range of components in here, speakers and subwoofer and projector and screen, but that’s all almost of secondary importance stacked against what that room actually LOOKS LIKE. I mean, come on–if that doesn’t look like what most of you pictured the Nautilus would, I’d be downright amazed. That alone qualifies this as a truly sweet home theater setup.