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TikTok users show off ‘coolest’ things about their homes

TikTok users are showing off the coolest things in their homes, from secret doors to envy-inducing gadgets to a a personal in-home cockpit.

Alyssa Farles kicked off the trend on April 17, sharing a mini home-tour video that’s been viewed 8.3 times and shows off her favorite parts of her house — including the black toilet she proudly shows off as the ‘coolest’ part.

Other TikTok users have followed suit, showing off their own impressive and surprising home touches and one-upping one another with secret passageways, incredible vies, and custom additions.

House tours: TikTok users are showing off the coolest things in their home. Alyssa Farles kicked off the trend with a video showing off her black toilet

Hangout: Inside a door labeled 'Dad's Garage', Lauren showed off a hidden '60s-style diner with black and white checked floors, tables and chairs, and themed decor

Hangout: Inside a door labeled 'Dad's Garage', Lauren showed off a hidden '60s-style diner with black and white checked floors, tables and chairs, and themed decor

Hangout: Inside a door labeled ‘Dad’s Garage’, Lauren showed off a hidden ’60s-style diner with black and white checked floors, tables and chairs, and themed decor

Cool! Debmkort may have been inspired by the film Blast from the Past when they built an entire indoor lounge area that includes turf and lawn chairs, a television, and a Jacuzzi

Cool! Debmkort may have been inspired by the film Blast from the Past when they built an entire indoor lounge area that includes turf and lawn chairs, a television, and a Jacuzzi

Cool! Debmkort may have been inspired by the film Blast from the Past when they built an entire indoor lounge area that includes turf and lawn chairs, a television, and a Jacuzzi

While Alyssa was especially proud of her all-black toilet — even more so than the home theater and hidden pantry she also shoed off — others have gone on to flaunt even more impressed things in their homes. 

Isabella Eileen’s video has been viewed 28.7 million times, and walks viewers through a truly jaw-dropping habitat.

She starts off with a fireplace hanging from the ceiling, followed by rock climbing wall, a huge moving clothes rack like one that might be found in a dry cleaner’s. She finishes the video with an elevated outdoor walkway.

A young woman named Tiss has a ‘coffee faucet’ set up right next to the sink. All she has to do is select what kind of coffee drink she wants from a screen — with options include cappuccino, macchiato, and double espresso — and it will pour ready-made out of the faucet.

High-tech cup of Joe! A young woman named Tiss has a 'coffee faucet' where she can choose what she wants to drink on a screen and it pours right up

High-tech cup of Joe! A young woman named Tiss has a 'coffee faucet' where she can choose what she wants to drink on a screen and it pours right up

High-tech cup of Joe! A young woman named Tiss has a ‘coffee faucet’ where she can choose what she wants to drink on a screen and it pours right up

Impressive: Isabella Eileen has a fireplace hanging from the ceiling, by rock climbing wall, and a huge moving clothes rack like one that might be found in a dry cleaner's

Impressive: Isabella Eileen has a fireplace hanging from the ceiling, by rock climbing wall, and a huge moving clothes rack like one that might be found in a dry cleaner's

Impressive: Isabella Eileen has a fireplace hanging from the ceiling, by rock climbing wall, and a huge moving clothes rack like one that might be found in a dry cleaner’s

What a view! She also had an elevated outdoor walkway in her yard

What a view! She also had an elevated outdoor walkway in her yard

Envy-inducing: Other people have incredible views outside their from door or huge pools

Envy-inducing: Other people have incredible views outside their from door or huge pools

Envy-inducing: Other people have incredible views outside their from door or huge pools 

Lauren filmed as she went outside and entered a door labeled ‘Dad’s Garage’ next to the driveway. Inside is not a garage at all, but a ’60s-style diner with black and white checked floors, tables and chairs, and themed decor.

Kenley Wildvank has earned over nine million views for a video filmed inside his home, where he can merely tap a cabinet to make it open. Even better, though, with the click of a remote control, he can open an expansive sunroof built into the high ceiling.

A few had fascinating devices set up for their pets, like one woman who has a whole in an upper-level floor through which she can feed the fish in a pond below.

Kris Bonomo has an unexpected doggy door inside a kitchen cabinet: When he opens it up, her dogs can walk through to an exit in the back of the house. 

Here fishy! A few had fascinating devices set up for their pets, like one woman who has a whole in an upper-level floor through which she can feed the fish in a pond below

Here fishy! A few had fascinating devices set up for their pets, like one woman who has a whole in an upper-level floor through which she can feed the fish in a pond below

Clever! Kris Bonomo has an unexpected doggy door inside a kitchen cabinet: When he opens it up, her dogs can walk through to an exit in the back of the house

Clever! Kris Bonomo has an unexpected doggy door inside a kitchen cabinet: When he opens it up, her dogs can walk through to an exit in the back of the house

Clever! Kris Bonomo has an unexpected doggy door inside a kitchen cabinet: When he opens it up, her dogs can walk through to an exit in the back of the house

High flyer: Another user has a whole cockpit built into a fun room in the house

High flyer: Another user has a whole cockpit built into a fun room in the house

Wthe click of a remote control, Kenley Wildvank can open an expansive sunroof built into the high ceiling

Wthe click of a remote control, Kenley Wildvank can open an expansive sunroof built into the high ceiling

Wthe click of a remote control, Kenley Wildvank can open an expansive sunroof built into the high ceiling

Several people showed off enormous pools, or boasted incredible views of the beach or the Eiffel Tower. 

But while many of those impressive additions have sparked envy, it’s the more unusual touches that have eyebrows raised. 

User Debmkort’s family may have been inspired by the Brenden Fraser film Blast from the Past when they built an entire indoor lounge area that includes turf and lawn chairs, a television, and a Jacuzzi.

And user Mauritznick5 was clearly focused on convenience when he had a special laundry shoot built, allowing dirty laundry to be tossed from an upper floor into a laundry basket down below. 

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