‘Vampire Diaries’ Actress Nina Dobrev Just Gave a Peek Inside Her Home (& We’re Swooning Over That Kitchen)

There's nothing we love quite like a celebrity house tour. Sometimes we have to piece one together with the photos our favorite stars post to Instagram, but it's a lot easier when a celeb just invites us in.

Thanks to a new interview with Architectural Digest, we've now got an exclusive glimpse into Nina Dobrev's gorgeous 1920s home in Hollywood. The Vampire Diaries actress talked about her stunning digs in a video that was shared to the magazine's official Instagram account, where she said, “Well, hello AD. I'm Nina. Welcome to my home.”

She then talked about the background of the house, saying, “So it was really important to me—because the house is from the 1920s—I wanted to pay respect to the original architecture and the Spanish-style influence and even though we were redoing certain things, I wanted to use materials that were organic and felt like they could've belonged in the home before.”

While the video gives us shots of many different areas of Dobrev's house, perhaps the best part is her sunny kitchen.

Dobrev walks viewers through the kitchen in the video. Here she describes the floor, saying, “So we got these reclaimed terracotta tiles from Europe that are all unique, they're textured, some have a lot of imperfections which I kinda love—like it's been lived in.”

She also walks over to the sink and says, “All the hardware, from the faucet to the knobs even...they're unlacquered, so with time, they will age and get more beautiful.” In the background, we can see her gorgeous light green cabinets (which are making us seriously consider repainting our kitchens).

You can check out the full video from Architectural Digest below.

Thank you for the house tour, Nina. We'll be swooning for days.

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Joel is the former Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a...