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Sometimes necessary, sometimes silly - the things we would want in a home

Buying a new home is a fun and exciting time, but it is also a time we learn what exactly we can afford and what not. However if money wasn’t an issue we would want these things in our new home.

Fire pit in the pool

Forget about a fire pool - we would want a fire pit in the pool!




(via buzzfeed)

Ping Pong door

How many times have you wondered if your entertainment area could fit a ping pong table, just to realise there is no way you could make it work? The answer is too many times - now however you can have a door/ping pong table in one! Problem solved


(Via toxel.com)

Chilled produce drawers

These drawers are definitely a fantastic extra in every budding Masterchef’s kitchen!


(via google)

A wine cellar - with a twist

Who would want a boring old wine cellar if you could have a wine cellar trap door?


(Via Buzzfeed)

A sleepover room

Forget about guest rooms - we would want a sleepover room! Finished with a mountain of comfortable pillows and projector to watch all our favourite movies on.


(Via Pinhomeideas)

Never worry about the stove again

We all know that dreaded feeling - the one creeping up on you when you are already a forty minutes’ drive away from your home. Did I switch off the stove? Well what if you could have a door handle that switched off the stove and lights when you lock it? 


(Via yankodesign)

A built-in TV in the bath tub

Want to watch your favourite soap while you soap up? Well this invention will allow you to do just that - in fact we think every bath should be like this.


(Via designbuzz)

Library/Staircase/Slide

Want a book, done. How about getting upstairs, done. Now you are on the second floor but you want an exciting way to get down again, done. This is perfect for kids or even just the kid inside of you!


(Via moonhoon)

Doggy day

Give a man’s best friend a bit of love in your new perfect home - a bone shaped pool to cool down in on warm days!


(Via bterrier)

Waterfalls

A waterfall separating the pool and the hot tub? Why not! 



Swimpond

Swimming pools are a lot of work though - so maybe a swimpond would be the answer! This pond is man-made, self cleaning and doesn’t require chemicals to keep it clean.



Split level closet

Is this beyond indulgent? Absolutely - but just think how much fun getting ready for a night out would be! Not even Carrie Bradshaw had something this amazing.





The neverending bed

The worst possible thing on a winter’s morning is getting out of bed - so why do it? A bed that just keeps on going will allow you to inch closer to getting up at a more humane pace.



The flanked fridge

This is just amazing! No running from one cupboard to the next trying to find all the ingredients for your perfect dinner - this means everything is right at hand!



Staircase that wraps around an aquarium

We would like to believe that someone like Tony Stark/Iron Man has this in his mansion - and if it is good enough for a superhero it is good enough for us.



Staircase you can walk under

A staircase is a staircase, right? Wrong! This just looks amazing!



Showering under the stars

The only way to improve your showering experience is by having lights that resemble stars - it is like having an outdoor shower minus the possibility of being attacked by mosquitoes.



Beach time bathroom

Sparkly tiles that reminds you of the beach without getting sand in weird places or being knocked over by waves.



Built in dry rack

No more worries about making space for a dry rack if you have a built-in one! Not only is it super efficient it is also looks super cool.



The hidden room

What is it about hidden rooms that we love so much? We don’t really care about why we love it, all we know is that a staircase that lifts up to reveal a hidden room is something that we want!



Swirling around

A giant slide from the top level all the way down to the ground floor would be very welcome in our home.



While we are on slides...

If we are going to have a slide inside the house, we would like another one that leads from the inside directly to the pool.






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