In the same way that Pinterest never fails to fully seize our undivided attention, our editors often find themselves completely consumed by the stand-out spaces and daring rooms that continue to grace our Instagram feeds. Among the many treasures that have slowly accumulated in our saved folders, certain rooms linger at the top. Immediate inspiration—from fearlessly designed bedrooms to color-filled kitchens—is never hard to find.

Want to sneak a peek at our present obsessions? Read on for the rooms that wow’d team Domino this week.

“I’m still not over wallpaper, but I am over the traditional floral designs we keep seeing. Instead, I’d love to see darker hues and concepts like this paint-inspired look by Calico. Dark is definitely in for fall, and I can’t wait.” – Nikhita Mahtani, Digital Editor

 

“The all white grecian architecture with these pops of lilac is so dreamy! The room feels very serene and minimal but still makes a statement.” – Lahaina Alcantara, Digital Photo Editor

 

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“You probably know Georgia O’Keeffe was one of the most critical artists of the 20th century and an all around lifestyle icon, but did you know she also spent much of her time in New Mexico on a property called Ghost Ranch? As if painting in an desert adobe home by day and sleeping on the roof at night wasn’t rad enough, she also had great design taste, as can be seen from this modern, sun drenched bedroom. I really resonate with the idea of a part-sleeping, part-sitting room with the coffee table and lounge chairs adjacent to the minimal bed.” – Cyrus Ferguson, Market Manager

 

“Talk about a creative wall treatment (or better yet, a creative way to hide those ugly dorm walls)! I’m obsessed with this boho flower idea and the way the large round mirror breaks it up. The bedroom is classic NYC tiny, but feels bright and full of life.” – Mackenzie Dunn, Contributing Writer

 

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“The first thing I love about the room is the color palette—subdued sunset hues are my current favorite combination. The next thing I love is how insane that sunken bed looks. Not sure it’s the most practical option for a sixth floor walk-up apartment (my current residential situation), but when I’m old and rich with a villa in Tuscany and money for frivolities like completely useless apricot-colored canopies, I will be ordering this set-up for sure.” – Elly Leavitt, Associate Digital Editor

 

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“I would find a pink, Australian bathroom (love me some Aussies and pale pink). This contemporary bathroom, designed by Australian-based design team Bergman & Co, is the ultimate modern twist on a classic, retro style. And I’m here for it! Beyond the tiling, those sinks, that light, and the color scheme are drawing me in—salmon walls, teal touches, and pale pink makes for a big mood. Would love to replicate this in my (nonexistent) dream apartment. If you want to check out this space IRL, just hop on over to Mount Erica Hotel in Victoria. I’ll join you.” – Kristin Limoges, Wellness Editor

 

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“This one quite literally gives me goosebumps. I’m living for the palette comprised of a dynamic layer of warm, earthy tones and the natural element of contrast that comes with it. The beautifully-styled shelves and the perfectly minimalist desk set afront the window simply complete the scene.” – Anna Kocharian, Digital Editor

 

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“Clean, minimal, and highly functional. Wall-mounted shelving units are the perfect solution for those of us renting our apartments who can’t yet have the built-ins of our dreams. Also, I think that high-end, office-chic may just be my aesthetic.” – Aaron Bengochea, Associate Digital Photo Editor

 

“I’ll take old world charm over a stand-up shower any day. Between those two tiny windows and the fading illustrations, this itty-bitty bathroom seems to have been lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale. A break from floor-to-ceiling subway tile never hurt anyone.” – Lydia Geisel, Contributing Writer

See more inspiring spaces and ideas:
No, You Don’t Need a Rug—These Homes Are Proof
The One Monochrome Paint Idea You Haven’t Tried Yet
Amazing Paint Color Combinations Inspired by Our Travels

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