Several weeks ago, as I watched murder after murder unfold in Season 4 of the Netflix series You, I couldn't take my eyes off of one thing: Joe's perfect London flat.
It got me thinking about all the fictional homes I've loved before, so I asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell me about their home crushes from TV and movies, and it's truly the coziest thing. Here's what they had to say:
1. "Umm, every millennial girl would definitely choose Jenna Rink's apartment from 13 Going on 30. The scene of her getting ready for her party while 'I Wanna Dance with Somebody' plays lives rent-free in my dreams! I still dream about her walk-in closet filled with everything that you could need as a 13-year-old stuck in a 30-year-old body!"
2. "Steve Martin’s apartment in Only Murders in the Building. I’m obsessed with the patterns and the colors, and the secret passage."
Oh, and check out the real-life Arconia, aka the Belnord:
3. "I will ALWAYS love the beachside apartment that Donna, Kelly, and Clare shared on Beverly Hills, 90210. I just thought it was the coolest! I still want that wooden bookshelf with the moon and stars carved into it!"
By the way, this is what the outside of the apartment looks like:
4. "I love Arnold's bedroom on Hey Arnold! I'm sure the rest of the apartment is nice, too."
If the sight of Arnold's room just filled you with sweet, delicious nostalgia, check out this 3D recreation made by a talented artist featuring little snippets of the show:
5. "The Invisible Man (2020). The house where the husband lived was straight up house porn."
Here's a brighter view of the real-life location and architectural landmark, Headland House in Australia:
7. "I don't know if this counts, but I always wanted to live on the Starship Enterprise (from The Next Generation). All the rooms on it were so plush and luxurious, and I loved the warm colors and moody lighting. A little '80s, but not the tacky side of the '80s. And who wouldn't want a replicator?"
9. "Susan's or Lynette's house on Desperate Housewives. I loved Susan's kitchen, and Lynette's was so homely."
Check out this behind-the-scenes tour of the Wisteria Lane set used in Desperate Housewives and other shows and movies like The Burbs and even The Munsters.
10. "Grace and Frankie's beach house. The layout and colors are beautiful, and with the beach right outside the door... absolute heaven."