Without an underwater room, wine-on-tap and hammock flooring, your dream home is just a flight of fancy without anything fancy. And that’s pretty boring. So, may we suggest…
An indoor slide.
A secret wine cellar at the end of a spiral staircase.
A regular spiral staircase.
Floor-to-ceiling windows. Everywhere.
A below grade, glass-encased room that looks out into a moat-like pool.
Photos: Guz Architects
Gaze down upon your treasures.
A retractable window wall for the summer.
If the above design isn’t to your liking, we have 14 others here.
And a rooftop patio for all of the time.
Photo: Corinthia Hotel
An 18-person hot tub.
Yes, of course with a built-in TV. Order it here.
And an 800-square-foot sauna.
Like the Grotto Sauna on a private island just outside Toronto.
Photo: Golden Crown
An aquarium bed.
“Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes.”
An extensive in-home library.
With a hidden room behind it.
Photos: Creative Home Engineering
A Star Trek-themed theater room.
Photo: Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Just one of many nerd dens in this $35 million Florida estate.
And a 1980s arcade room.
This one was built by a father-son duo. You should probably hire them to do yours.
A Lego wall for the kids.
A dining room swing set.
Photo: Duffy London
Will set you back $6,900, but so worth it.
A pub-inspired basement.
Believe it or not, this was also a DIY job.
And an underground bowling alley.
Photo: Clutch Design Studio
More amazing basement designs here.
A wine dispenser in the kitchen.
Photos: Napa Technology
This bad boy will preserve four bottles of wine for up to 60 days — not that you’re actually going to need that kind of time. Buy one here.
And a walk-in beer cooler.
In lieu of a food pantry, which you definitely won’t need. Buy it for $7,299.
A shower at the foot of your bed.
Because you’re filthy rich.
A hammock-shaped bathtub.
Photo: Splinter Works
UK design firm Splinter Works’ “Vessel” comes in a variety of colors, including silver, bronze, and even pink.
An indoor pool with a swing.
And an indoor hot tub next to the fireplace.
A second fireplace on the back porch.
An outdoor kitchen.
And an outdoor living room.
Photo: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra
As seen here in São Paulo, Brazil’s Lee House.
And while we’re at it, an outdoor bathroom.
A bed that rocks.
And finally, a luxury tree house in the backyard.