The Best Architectural Digest Tours of 2022 And How to Steal Their Looks

As 2022 comes to a close, most people like to end the year with a bit of reflection. Some year-end traditions might include watching Google’s heartwarming Year in Search video or sharing your Spotify Wrapped on your Instagram story to prove you’re either A) cool and underground or B) shamelessly proud of the fact that you listened to Harry Styles for 30,000 minutes. This year, however, I found myself asking a question that scarily reflects the fact that I’m very much becoming an adult: What were this year’s best Architectural Digest home tours?

Binge-watching these star-studded videos became one of my newfound obsessions this past year, so reflecting on the best ones that 2022 had to offer is only natural. There were several showstopping homes I could see myself living my best life in, but for now, I’m only dreaming about them from my shoebox-sized apartment. So if you’re like me and don’t have the funds for a million-dollar listing or your own personal design team—but still want to pull some inspo and fulfill your AD dreams—we’ve got you covered.

With the help of lots of internet digging, I present to you seven of this year’s fan-favorite Architectural Digest home tours, plus some 10/10 dupes for the standout pieces to help you re-create that A-list look.


1. Gwenyth Paltrow

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s stunning farmhouse sanctuary is just as beautiful as you’d expect from the Goop queen herself. The tranquility and airiness of this tour made me want to put on a face mask, chug a green juice, do some yoga, and get my entire life together. Although I, unfortunately, don’t see myself purchasing an ocean-view home in Montecito, California (complete with a Four Seasons-esque spa in the basement, BTW) anytime in the near future, these pieces could get the ball rolling in that direction.




Imperial Round Dining Table

A perfect dupe for the gorgeous round table perched in the middle of Paltrow’s oh-so-grand foyer.

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Grey Cement Ball Planter

Greeting you as soon as you enter the home is this modern yet aged-feeling cement planter, with others similar in shape and style found throughout the tour.

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Belvidere Floral Wallpaper

This floral wallpaper is strikingly similar to the one in the powder room, and it captures the same vibe as the other black and white wallpaper in Paltrow’s dining room.

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Oval White Dining Table

A viable match for Paltrow’s dining room table, but this option runs at a fraction of the price.

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Porcelain Dinnerware Set

While we may not all be rocking with an entire wall of china like Paltrow, these blue and white plates can still add a coastal-grandma pop to our kitchen decor.

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Marble Bar Cart

I don’t know about you, but I’m personally not in the place to install a gold and white marble bar in my tiny apartment. However, we can still achieve a similar look with this compact, movable bar cart.

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2. Chlöe Bailey

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As I watched this tour, I couldn’t help but look up from my computer screen and around my own apartment thinking, “Damn… I really gotta upgrade this place.” The ever-so-talented Chlöe Bailey’s abode, which overlooks all of Los Angeles, is the epitome of clean, chic, and tastefully timeless. Her impeccable design skills and unique personal touches show us we don’t need to overcomplicate our decor or own a mega-mansion in the hills to have an AD-worthy space.