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Ideas and tips to ride the perfect night of home theater with pecking

Ideas and tips to ride the perfect night of home theater with pecking

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An evening to remember

Day and hour. Friday or Saturday at dinner time would be the perfect time. Before inviting anyone, consider the space you have, so that you are all comfortable. The choice of the movie can be made by you or, if you don't want to risk it, decide it all together.

Although it is an informal dinner, it spoils the presentation

Decor. The main element of the meeting is the television, so you must ensure that the seats and sofas are well placed for good visibility. Prepare side tables to have the main one cleared. Place table lamps and thus create ambient lighting, and do not forget to put cushions and blankets.

Place the table from center about 40 cm away from the sofa, so everyone will access easily and be very comfortable.

Food and drinks. To avoid interruptions, choose an easy dinner to drink. Tables of sausages, empanadas, nachos, pizzas or mini sandwiches and, of course, do not forget popcorn, sweet or savory. Prepare water, soft drinks and beers, very cold. And hit the play!

Tray, 89,9 €, by Villeroy & Boch.
Take the pizza with style.

The accessories you will need for the perfect home theater night:

Appetizers Porcelain Bowls

To buy

19,99 €

Westwing.es

Ash wood Salad bowl

To buy

Since 35,49 € / cu

The Redoute Interieurs.

34 pieces Snack Set

To buy

32,98

The Redoute Interieurs.

For popcorn Cubes

To buy

1,50 €/5

Hema

Ceramics blue fountain

To buy

39,95 €

The English Court.

Bamboo Jug

To buy

15,95 €

The English Court.

Paper napkins

To buy

5,94 €

From Fêter et Recevoir, in amazon.es

With openers Beer cooler

To buy

17,15 €

From Balvi, on Amazon.co.uk

Natural fiber Colored plates

To buy

8,99 € / cu

In Rice.dk

Tray Side Table

To buy

64

From Kave Home

Vintage popcorn

To buy

34

In PcComponentes.

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