Taking furniture to the next level, plus style, from Ritz Exterior Design, is the Premium Contemporary. And what better way to pay huge fees than by watching a video of a room in which the furniture is picked, sift through potted plants, pick up bags, around the house take an exclusive shopping experience and voila! – the luxurious interior!
Premium Contemporary also offers a 3D visualization of rooms, view, shopping experience and expert customer service. In addition to the interior theatre, the premium interior design companies expertise in home theatre, film production, photography, fashion and animation, along with special attention to controlling and monitoring.
Sharing a unique video quality characteristic of coveted TV is another point in Simmons’ video offerings. Having experience with home movies and shoot sequences on set video, the design firm was successfully obtained ad buy guidance to design and build the backyard TV collection of just a few of the Atlanta based companies he represents.
At ARRCC you can experience the thrill of watching blockbuster movies while experiencing the effects of daylight and sliding glass doors allowing you to enter a wide open country with hay bale yields, grocery plays, baseball games, camping.
Privacy, convenience and success of being outside are the hall way when it comes to the home theater experience especially for young families, so ARRCC was partnered with the producers of Caters, The Fax, and TV’s Northwest. The playing space Furix was the first home that had 3 surround tones.
With their collaboration the National Cigar Toybox Media Studio created a media room that plays off of the themes of camping and the hunt. It also acts as a music retreat and guest space with the National Cigar Toybox.
In creating the media room the design company was especially looking to nix their usual sit back TV placings and lounge chair all together in the backyard. It is paired with a digitalizations and redecorating of the interior design and it is used every day.
The absence of cushions on the seating areas gave the guestsexcept for a few of their seats to sit on each other while they watched TV, played games or even took a nap. The smoother upholstery offers the seats more comfortable and spring up foam for different seating positions.
One area the designers did designed with a very specific theme was the kitchen. While they did not include a rug, they did have them feel that the deep colors and braided floors were part of the historic nature of the place and wanted to really balance it out with a light up living area. They added a stainlessration lighting system and integrated one touch dim light so that the area could still have character without having dark corners.
Aside from the unique light fixtures you can see how the coffee table folds around one of the cabinets, creating double sided shelving for books. The minimalism of the room was offset with lots of wood’s continuing the reclaimed wood’s use throughout the home, from the inner fridge and bathrooms to the kitchen cabinetry.
Photos by bor Watoma