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Over the summer, everyone couldn’t stop talking about Barbie’s Dreamhouse. But now that it’s almost 2024, all we’re thinking about is Domino’s dream house. Each year, we look back at the rooms you loved the most—specifically the ones that got you to click that teeny little heart button on your Instagram feed—and compile what we like to consider the home tour of all home tours. It’s the ultimate representation of the design ideas that resonated with you the most. The 2023 Domino dream house might look like one cohesive home, but really it’s made up of spaces from around the world, from a South Africa oasis to a new build in Nashville. Step inside the current home of your fantasies, ahead. 

The Exterior 

A 65-foot-long lap pool unsurprisingly spoke to you over the summer. This backyard, located in Scarborough, South Africa, is a reminder that the “COVID trend” of seamless indoor-outdoor living isn’t going anywhere. 

The Kitchen 

You loved this zellige tile–covered kitchen, designed by Jen Samson, without seeing its most clever detail: a dog bowl station built into the island. 

The Bathroom

When designer Ellen Whitehead’s clients couldn’t decide between light or dark green tile for their bathroom, she proposed a new solution: Why not both? 

The Living Room

This Arkansas cabin is so cozy, a man who rented the house through Airbnb decided to buy the property for himself from Meet West Studio. “I felt like the home was designed just for me the minute I walked in,” he recalls. 

The Bedroom

We don’t know what’s more shocking: the fact that you can get away with painting a bedroom as small as this black or that this humble one-bedroom apartment belongs to The Real Housewives of New York star Brynn Whitfield

The Kid’s Room

This California nursery’s story started like many others: It used to function as an office. But with warm paint choices (the walls are Santo Domingo Cream by Benjamin Moore) and a graphic rug, designer Shelbie Cox ensured it was a welcoming place for baby. 

The Bonus Room

What do you do with an awkward space under the stairs? If you’re designer Meg Kelly of Clella Design, you turn it into a rad speakeasy, of course.