The Pirates of the Caribbean Home Theater
For the dedicated fan, a home theater can be more than a place to watch movies and play games, it can be a shrine to your favorite movie. We've seen this before in the case of theaters dedicated to Batman and the Titanic, now check out the Pirates of the Caribbean theater created for Paul and Emily Konold. Rachel Cericola over at the Electronic House found this gem which is decorated with scenes from the ride as well as the movie and pieces that were bought from Disney directly or built by hand. The murals were done by a 13-year-old artist Caden Jones who painted the arches in the theater.
The room has a 16:9 screen wit ha custom masking system to make the setup 2.35:1 so it is able to accommodate both movies and sporting events. The lobby is known as Laffite's Landing, which is part of the original theme park attraction and has wood plank floors, whiskey barrels, and gold and there is a bar at the back of the theater with treasure maps and gold under the glass tabletop. The total cost of the project was $30,000, Electronics House has a complete slideshow with additional details.