We're building a new house and currently at the stage where we're tweaking the room plans a bit.
I was unsure what to do regarding our home theatre.
Originally I was going to leave it as is and put in double 700mm solid doors to the opening after handover. Cavity sliding door not an option as it is not as soundproof. We are thinking of installing soundproofing in the internal walls.
TV will be on left side sharing same wall as ensuite. Couch on the opposite side.
However, after looking at some couches online, I realised some couches (i.e. From Plush) are about 1050 deep.
My problem is the wall is only 850!
What are your opinions on this? Should I make both walls longer, resulting in a smaller opening. Should I have one wall longer than the other? Should I leave it and hope that the couch sticking out 20cm won't look too bad? If I change the opening, should leave it as a double door or one large door?
I'm not really keen on having it as another bedroom with another 820mm door... Unless I delete the door altogether which will mean no soundproofing....
Right now it will be a theatre room. Undecided if I want to change it in the distant future to a rumpus room or kids play area where I can attach a baby gate and watch them from the kitchen/living area.
Thoughts please. Thank you