35 Expensive Things You’ll Need In Your Dream House When You’re A Millionaire

Imagine you just won the lottery and you can suddenly afford a massive, 20,000 square foot house with an enormous back yard for your entire family. Now you need some inspiration for how to fill it – don’t worry, I’ve prepared 35 crazy ideas.

1 | A scenic backyard rain shower for those hot summer days

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2 | This bookshelf, which opens up to reveal a hidden room…

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3 | …inside are more books and a secret storage compartment beneath the bed

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4 | A four sided Lego wall with unlimited potential for creativity

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I wish my parents had thought of this when I was a kid!

5 | A romantic fireplace that serves both the bathtub and bedroom

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6 | A huge backyard treehouse with patio and balcony (Great for both kids and adults!)

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7 | An actual creek that flows peacefully under the house

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8 | This ultra secret bedroom closet waterslide that leads to a luxurious indoor pool

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9 | A swimming pool that doubles as a home theater

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10 | Your own mini-golf course & putting range nestled between rooms

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11 | A kitchen trap door, leading to a huge underground wine cellar (and all the fine, vintage wines you’ll own)

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12 | An gigantic two story closet for your infinite collection of shoes, clothes, and more shoes.

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13 | This multi-layered, family-sized pool and beachhouse so you can throw the best pool parties in the whole town

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14 | These fun, space-saving guest bunks

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15 | An entire room dedicated to sleepovers with a fireplace and 50″ projection screen

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16 | A staircase that doubles as a slide for the kids

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17 | A quiet reflection pond and comfy hammock

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18 | An intricate, gravity defying cat transit system

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19 | In every single room of the house.

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20 | A treehouse themed kid’s room, where the bed is burrowed in the treehouse

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21 | These useful, discreet vacuum baseboards

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The tiny slot sucks up dirt that is swept nearby, then stores for easy disposal.

22 | Accordion windows that transform a boring kitchen into an outdoor patio bar

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Or kitchen walls that lift up to reveal the swimming pool

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23 | A relaxing ceiling hammock for lazy naps

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24 | This summer-ready swim-up bar and grill

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25 | A three-story climbing wall built into the stairwell

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26 | This amazing, space saving bookshelf for your office

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27 | A small, cozy reading nook under the stairs for quiet afternoons

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28 | Useful hidden storage areas beneath the guest room

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29 | This epic multi-purpose, rotating sink (this one may be worth the splurge even before you’re rich)

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30 | A secret agent-like popup garage that you’ll show off to every guest

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31 | This sneaky refrigerator under your kitchen island. Perfect for storing beer & other drinks

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32 | An enormous, luxurious waterfall shower & bath

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33 | This cute bone shaped pool for your dog. Someone looks happy about his bath 🙂

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34 | A dedicated kids playroom & living room to encourage more family time

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Or a secret playroom with a hidden, kid sized entrance

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35 | Finally, this amazing family-sized home theater with star-gazing moon roof and big leather sofas!

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Although money can’t buy happiness…it can make your house unbelievably awesome.

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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