Guest Picks: Family Movie Night
Break out the popcorn, fire up the projector and settle in for an evening of movie-watching fun
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What's more fun than family movie night on a cold, windy, wintery night? I can't think of much. Here is everything you need (well, really more than you need) to make it happen. — Stacy from South Shore Decorating Blog
Popcorn is, of course, a necessity on movie night.
I love this cool wall art for a TV or movie room.
If you are lucky enough to have a media room, why not decorate it with classic movie posters?
Faux fur throws are just what are needed on a winter movie night.
I know my kids need a drinks tray in order to not spill. This one can be used in the kitchen, or really anywhere, on other days.
I love this chips and salsa bowl for its size and modern look.
These rolling stands are great because they help prevent spills while you are concentrating on a movie or the TV.
The collected works of Harry Potter is finally out! It's a must-have for any real kids' movie enthusiasts.
My kids love these floor pillows, and they help keep the sofas clean.
I know my kids would be thrilled to make homemade cotton candy.
I love these projector lights. Although they're really just meant to be spotlights, I like the way they feel in a media room.
It's actually hard to find a comfortable recliner that looks good, but here you go. This is a great one.
How about a TV stand that is also a fireplace? It's pretty tempting.
I'm not an expert on TVs, but I know someone who has this one and loves it.
A mirror and frame turn the TV into a work of art when it is not in use.
I've always liked the idea of a projector instead of a huge TV. It's so inconspicuous, but also there when you need it.
These pull-down screens for projector-based media rooms are great because they can be hidden when not in use.
Individual popcorn bowls are a must for my family.
I love this retro mini fridge! It's perfect for holding just enough drinks for the family for a night.
And how cute are these for individual pieces of pizza?
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Ideabook published on Nov. 22, 2012.
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