Pairing your coffee break with a stream of pristine rooms is kind of the perfect way to spend even just 10 mintues. And we since love a pretty space a little more than the average bear, we dug through to find out which rooms truly make our fans eyes' light up.
The photos' perfect mix of bold hues, soothing neutrals, and simply beautiful rooms certainly proves their popularity. It's too bad you can't transform your own home with a simple double-tap, but that one movement can certainly start your design-minded wheels turning.
Take a peek at the favorites:
1. A Serene Kitchen
California home designed by Barbara Berry is a neutral-lover's dream, but the kitchen is especially jaw-dropping. (Also, we're totally drooling over that carb-heavy brunch spread).
2. 19th Century Meets Modern
This 1896 Victorian, the kitchen situates a vintage stove and weathered barnwood island with cantilevered metal shelves and a chandelier made of 85 bulbs. The juxtaposition of old and new is mesmerizing.
3. Deep Blue Den
This "jewel-box" library take big risks (and earns big rewards) with color-saturated woodwork, a surprising tented ceiling , and a matching velvet sectional.
4. Masterful Cooking Space
Our 2015 kitchen of the year, designed by Ken Fulk, offers a gorgeous wooden island as the showpiece.
5. Rosy Blooms
High Point Market might be one of the biggest furniture events of the year, but these peonies stole the show (as they do).
6. Indoors Out
This black-and-white patio (complete with cozy fireplace) was designed by HGTV's Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who wanted it to look like inside furniture had been casually dragged outside
7. Sapphire Sofa
Actually, this cerulean sectional is the quietest feature in this Miles Redd-designed Manhattan apartment.
8. Friendly Patterns
Krista Ewart designed her Pacific Palisades house with kids and commotion in mind — and still achieved a preppy, polished look. Brava!
9. A Stately Exterior
This Lake Michigan house, designed by Alexander Bogaerts and painted a bright Citadel Blue, matches the clear blue sky above it.
10. Pops of Yellow
With unexpected colors and distinctive furnishings, blogger Sarah Roses' Manhattan apartment reflects the vibrant life she writes about.