New modern features you would like to put in your house

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Seeds

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Sep 15, 2007
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Building a house. Woukd like to make it awesome. What new ideas or features you would put in a house.

Im thinking a secret room behind a fireplace,



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Smart lights throughout the house that can be any colour.

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3d floor or ceiling mural.

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Shower with skylight in the ceiling


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Also a void area where we put a net over the top for a fun spot to read books and for the kids to freak out mum.

What are some other ideas or cool things you can now put in your homes?
 
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Hawk Dork

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Feb 9, 2005
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Building a house. Woukd like to make it awesome. What new ideas or features you would put in a house.

Im thinking a secret room behind a fireplace,



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I stayed in a place in France that had the room behind the fire place
It was a massive fire place that people sit in to keep warm and there was a door there too

Bit like this but square and made out of small stones

 

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nobbyiscool

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Aug 11, 2006
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I stayed at an AirBnb a few months ago that had the biggest "dinner plate" shower head.

I addition to that, it also had a square handheld shower that would've been 100x100mm with one of those switches to flick between the two. If I ever own a house, this would be a must.

If I owned a house, and if money were no object, I think one of those Japanese butt washing toilets would be pretty amazing too.
 

Great8

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Not really modern but underfloor heating is just the best. Our last house was about 70-80% tiled (only the bedrooms were carpeted ) and we had it installed at the time of building it and I didn’t realise how much I would miss it. We sold the house last Christmas and purchased an established house and I think I’ll spend the money to rip up the tiles and install underfloor heating before next winter.
 

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