Photography by @ELSIELARSON Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

These white wood walls framing a white-tiled kitchen make up a good portion of our new dream home. (Thanks, @elsielarson!)

Photography by ASHELEANDRO.COM Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

Proof green lacquer goes with everything.

Photography by @HOMEPOLISH Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

We spy, with our little eye, THREE gallery walls.

Photography by @CONSORTDESIGN Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

Bonus points for the reflection in the mirror.

Photography by WITANDDELIGHT.COM Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

An arched doorway is the perfect frame for any funky light fixture.

Photography by YELLOWTRACE.COM.AU Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

We’re not sure what we’re more jealous of—the stunning chandelier or impressive home library!

Photography by @CONSORTDESIGN Photography by THE CORCORAN GROUP

You can’t deny this pink, black, and white bathroom looks better framed by this black vanity room.

Photography by VOGUE AUSTRALIA

Painting the doorway to a room is a brilliant way to incorporate the most clever pop of color.

Photography by DECOUVRIRDESIGN.COM Photography by SAM FROST

Panelled glass is an easy way to divide a space without really dividing it.

Photography by HOUSEOFHIPSTERS.COM Photography by SAM FROST

We love how we get just a peek of this

bohemian living room

—and a closeup of this cute couple’s blown up photo booth pictures.

Photography by PINTEREST Photography by Thayer Gowdy; Styling by Rosy Fridman

There’s so much going on in this picture—and it’s all so right! The white floors, curated shelfie, and minimalist bedroom create a cohesive space.

Photography by MYSCANDINAVIANHOME.COM Photography by SAM FROST

We love how both rooms are the same, but slightly different.

Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

Black and white with a side of orange and chartreuse.

Photography by @designoptions101

Note to self: Copy this color palette, ASAP.

Photography by TAMARA MAGEL photo by Shade Degges

This photo feels like a sneak peek of the dining area—in the best way.

Photography by @REMODELISTA Photography by SAM FROST

What’s better than a dark fireplace shot through one doorframe? Try two.

Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

The flash of bright color in the distance compliments this all-white space.

Photography by MELANIE ACEVEDO Photography and Interior Design by Nicole Cohen

One thing’s for sure—we want to see more of this home.