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

#36 A scenic backyard rain shower for those hot summer days

What happens when you become a millionaire? You build a dream house where one of the things you would just have to have is a rain shower exactly like the one in this image. A bamboo wall giving it an oriental touch. The complete set up resembles a bamboo grove with a lot of greenery for décor. The broad shaped leaves and branches would make you also feel you are in the midst of your own personal rainforest. The shower in the center is modified to collect rain water for you to enjoy through a conventional shower head. This is perfect for a hot day.

A scenic backyard rain shower for those hot summer days

What happens when you become a millionaire? You build a dream house where one of the things you would just have to have is a rain shower exactly like the one in this image. A bamboo wall giving it an oriental touch. The complete set up resembles a bamboo grove with a lot of greenery for décor. The broad shaped leaves and branches would make you also feel you are in the midst of your own personal rainforest. The shower in the center is modified to collect rain water for you to enjoy through a conventional shower head. This is perfect for a hot day.


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