Pirates of the Caribbean Inspired the $2.5 Million Home Theater

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A nerdy monk of southern Florida with the help of Elite Home Theater Seating just planning to convert a specific portion of his house into awe-inspiring luxurious home theater complex with an investment of $2.5 million to fully enhance the experience of watching pirates of the Caribbean.The theater will have a whole load of fun stuff like a cross between a 17th -century drinking hole for the Most Wanted of the High Seas and a box office, gas lanterns, embossed double doors, rough-hewn stone of the floor and walls, hand-painted ceiling canvases showing a stormy Caribbean sky, candle-lit tavern/theater lobby, heavy dark wood bar and the theater itself giving the feel of entering a fantasy world.The theater complex is completely indoors and consists of an Entrance Area/Ticketing Booth which opens to the Pirate Tavern/Lobby, which overlooks the unique screening room that is situated on the simulated deck of a Pirate ship,the project is still currently under construction in Palm Beach, Florida.

 

Entrance/Ticket Booth

 

 

Pirate Tavern East View (Overlooking Theater)

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Pirate Tavern West View

 

Theater/Ship Deck Front View

 

Theater/Ship Deck Rear View

 

 

Source : luxurylaunches

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