You already have your state-of-the-art flat-screen, exquisite surround sound system installed, and your beautiful new Octane Seating theater seats at the ready in your purpose-designed and furnished home entertainment suite. Yet there still seems to be something missing. We have here collected an array of Octane Seating accessories that will help turn your room from the showroom into something more personal: a movie buff's temple.
The bulk of these seat accessories connect to the Accessory Dock that is a stainless dock located in the front portion of the armrest of each man cave recliner sold here - just next to the cupholders. No film fan's media room would be complete without one or two tray tables to place your dinner as you enjoy the show. We have a variety available, from the simple black to the glamorous glass to the just plain decadent fully aluminum trays. Go simple and smooth with the wine glass holders for the perfect Chardonnay, available in a brushed aluminum silver finish, or the popular LED flex light that is also finished in brushed silver and easily connects into the Octane accessory dock. These theater seat accessories are easily connected with a slide-in design.
We also have a range of recliner neck pillows available in black leather and brown leather. The phone and tablet holder handily accommodates all standard size phones or tablets, while the popcorn bowl delivers the perfect location for your hot popcorn just before the movie starts. Or, if you’re looking for a piece worthy of the star's movie room, choose the cigar holder made from solid aluminum that is finished to perfection.
Adding to our selection of furniture ideas, how about a beautifully-lit adjustable LED flex light? Also available is the stunningly convenient removable armrests that can be placed between seats to create an armrest where one does not exist. Complete the scene with rechargeable battery pack, so that you do not require a plug point for power theater recliners, and it'll soon be Lights, Camera, Action! in your home.
Edited by Carina Jaramillo.