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How To Build A Home Theater Screen By A Handy Reddit User (PHOTOS)

We're always up for a good DIY project. And we love ones that don't need many tools.

We love a good DIY project. And it's especially inspiring when we see people making awesome stuff with limited resources, like Reddit user knoland, who built a 100" home theater screen with just a few materials and no other tools besides a screwdriver and staple gun. Knoland simply attached four pieces of wood with L-brackets, stapled black velvet along the edges and then attached a big piece of canvas to make the screen. Getting that big-screen experience without ever having to leave the sofa sounds like a great plan to us! Check out the photos in the slideshow below.