Confession: One of our favorite hobbies is getting lost in a deep scroll on Instagram, Pinterest and TikTok in hopes of finding the best interior design inspo to bookmark. We then play amateur detective and go searching for the exact items to recreate that look, which is usually like trying to find a needle in a haystack—until now. Enter Openhaus, a virtual home tour that allows you to easily shop pieces from every enviable room.
Take a (Virtual) Step Inside This Influencer’s Eclectic Condo and Shop Her Fashionable Finds
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When influencer Anni Vanderbeek bought a two-bedroom Floridian condo with her husband, she knew it would need an overhaul to match her cozy and moody eclectic style. Anni fills her space with what she likes to call “unnecessary necessities,” aka all the little things you don’t technically need, but that help make life (and your home) better. From waffle-knit towels to ambient lighting to cute ramekins, Anni is a pro at finding those special pieces that instantly bring a room together, and luckily for us all, you can shop every stylish item directly from her home tour.
Here’s how it works: Moving from room to room is as simple as hitting the “Enter 3D space” button, then clicking on any area you’d like to explore. On the left-hand side of the screen, you can browse the two icons—a price tag and stack of cubes—to explore specific rooms and shop the entire house, buying items directly through Amazon. Check it out below.
Of course, we couldn’t resist highlighting some of our favorite pieces from this tour. See below for ten home finds that you’ll want to make sure you add to your shopping cart.
Our 10 Favorite Finds from Anni Vanderbeek’s Home
From crème brulée to chicken potpie, no kitchen is complete without a set of mini ramekins. Bonus: These are cute enough to keep on display.