These days, people tend to go places just for the Insta. We'd judge, but we're pretty IG obsessed ourselves.
While the most Instagrammed home in the U.S. is up for debate, these ten enviable spaces are definitely up there on the list. From treehouses to geodesic domes, they're practically made for social media. Many of these homes happen to be in California, so we'll go ahead and deem it the unofficial IG capital.
We dare you to check these memorable homes out without snapping a selfie:
You can't miss this canary stunner on the canals of Venice...California. The main house was designed by architect Steven Ehrlich and it seems to make the perfect, cheerful photo backdrop.
You can rent out this two bedroom 1938 craftsman bungalow for a fun getaway...or Insta shoot. Whatever floats your boat.
This two bed, two bath 1949 hacienda rental is an influencer and fashion photoshoot hot spot. California is embraced in all its glory with cactus decor and midcentury modern elements.
Ok, so this isn't just one house, but these iconic painted ladies are San Francisco in a nutshell. As you'll remember, they also appeared in the opening sequence of Full House.
Yes, Venice may just be the most Instagrammable place on the planet. This otherworldly home has rustic, moorish, and Eastern influences and has been featured in countless fashion photoshoots. While this gem can be booked for shoots, it's not open to the general public.
This new kid on the block near the Channel Islands has been picking up steam... and how could it not? It's adorable. It was renovated just a couple of years ago and offers a lovely ocean view.
Is this place even real life? This geodesic dome house sits on several acres and features modern-bohemian decor. Also there's a "local juicing guru" who offers her juicing services to all guests.
Yes, this place is seriously in Atlanta, not in a rainforest. It consists of three treehouses suspended over seven tree trunks, connected by rope bridges. Check out our house tour of the magical space.
This spooky, spooky witch house seems straight from the imagination of the Brothers Grimm, but really it's just in Beverly Hills. It was built by a studio as a set for some films (including Hansel and Gretel, understandably) in 1920, and was later moved to its forever home on Walden Drive in Beverly Hills.
This National Historic Landmark is an example of the Prairie School architectural style and an Instagram staple. It's a classic American home worthy of the lasting love it's received.