Million Dollar Rooms

Take a grand tour of spectacular spaces custom created for some of the world’s most lavish and distinctive homes. Million Dollar Rooms features the very best in high-end design and luxury living around the planet.

From nightclubs, Japanese gardens, kitchens, media rooms, multimillion-dollar foyers through to resort style pools, Million Dollar Rooms gives an unprecedented look inside the most spectacular, one-of-a-kind multi-million dollar spaces where money is no object.

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  • bringmeredwine

    This is actually a cheesy TV show. I didn’t watch it very long because I think the first homeowners are crazy. I was so put off by their excessiveness.
    A sixty million dollar home? I didn’t even know that was possible!
    I was left disgusted; but is it really “envy”?
    I don’t know.

  • pwndecaf

    Hey, what brings you here – red wine? Didn’t know others made the transition!

    I thought the first several presentations were better because it wasn’t told by the owners (I think). The last several were presented by the owners, and seemed more about them than the house.

    Fantastic buildings! The owners that spoke – not so much.

    See you around, BMRW!

    • bringmeredwine

      I’ve been going back and forth between these sights for years, only because I’m always searching in “browse” for the newest docs.
      I’ve noticed people don’t leave comments as often on Documentary Heaven.
      I used to be too shy, myself!

  • Chris

    I got 10 minutes in and had to stop watching. This is like a real life infomercial for how douchey society is in North America. The amount of money these clowns are spending on one room could make a massive difference in our world and instead they hoard it all for what? No purpose at all.

  • Jxerot

    what is this? not really an good docu :(