A Titanic-inspired home theater

Let's hope the room has better luck

Electronic House

Now that we've taken care of your outdoor entertainment needs, it's time to concentrate on your home theater. You'll need a theme, of course, and perhaps you can find some inspiration from this home in Tennessee--which is modeled after the interior of the Titanic.

Why its owners chose one of history's most notorious shipwrecks for its decor is beyond us, but you've got to admit it's creative. Among the 20- by 14-foot theater's many features are a custom 120-inch screen and surround-sound speakers embedded in the room's pillars and ceiling. And what a ceiling it is: The ornate dome features 1,230 fiber-optic lights that Chip Chick says are designed to look like the night sky.

We couldn't find this media room in the Best Buy catalog, so we don't know how much all this will set you back. But you can get more information (including photos) from this article in Electronic House magazine.

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