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An alcohol faucet in the kitchen.
Beer taps in the backyard.
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A dance floor in the basement.
Yes, of course with a Dance Dance Revolution pad.
A sports-themed home theater for playoff parties.
A door that doubles as a ping pong table.
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A chalkboard wall bar so your guest know what’s on the menu.
A barbecue with a built-in drink cooler so the chef stays hydrated.
And a picnic table with a built-in drink cooler so everyone else does.
A disco ball backsplash for kitchen dance parties.
A 1980s-style arcade rec room.
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A $6-million sound system.
Photo: Kipnis Studio Standard
And light bulbs that double as speakers.
A giant water slide from the house to the pool.
And a secret slide connecting the top floor of the house with the bottom.
An interactive, glow-in-the-dark beer pong table.
And a Scrabble wall.
That guy looks like he’s having fun, right?
A sleepover room made mostly of pillows for party guests that need to crash.
And swinging guest beds for your swinging guests.
A basement bar with beer keg stools.
And a walk-in beer closet.
An 18-person hot tub with a flat-screen TV.
A backyard beach-theme fire pit.
Mood lighting everywhere.
An elaborate homebrewing operation.
And a trapdoor wine cellar.
An indoor pool/home theater.
Because movie and pool parties shouldn’t be mutually exclusive.
A bar rail for your deck.
A fully-equipped music room for jamming.
Hammock floors for when it’s time to wind down.
A hidden room to escape to when you’re guests inevitably wear out their welcome.
Photos: Creative Home Engineering
And finally, vacuum baseboards for easy cleaning when the party stops.
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