Monday, February 20, 2012

Small Spaces: Home Theater Seating Options For Tight Quarters

Palliser 41946 Bullet Manual Recline
One of the most frequent misconceptions our customers have is that they need access to a cavernous room in order to install home theater seating. While a large area would certainly be ideal, it's not an absolute necessity—especially with the many space-saving units currently on the market. If you're wondering which theater seats to purchase for tight quarters, take a look at these options:
  • Palliser Bullet. This model comes with great features like power recline, 44" seatback, lighted cupholders, ambient base lighting, and removable tray tables.
  • Palliser Blade. Our best-selling space-saver offers slim arms, an articulated headrest, and a chaise-style footrest for supreme comfort.
  • Lane Grand Slam. If you like super plush seatbacks that practically engulf your body when you sit down, then this is the unit for you. The Grand Slam also features a nifty wallaway design that allows you to place it mere inches from the wall and still recline fully
  • Traditional theater seats. We carry a number of models that look like they came right from the local Cineplex. Each one has a gravity lift seat, flip up armrests, and durable upholstery that will withstand heavy usage.
Don't give up your dream of installing home theater seating just because you have smaller rooms in your house. Instead, check out the many affordable space-saving solutions from TheaterSeatStore.com and learn how you can fit a maximum amount of theater seats even in a very confined area.

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