Julia's modern home
Based on the current state of Julia and Joel's marriage (spoiler alert!), it looks as if Julia will have that big, pretty home all to herself for a while... if not forever. While Joel may not be physically present at their house, his eye for home design is in every accessory and piece of furniture he left behind. To create the same look, pick pieces that have clean lines, in a fresh white or neutral tone, choosing texture over pattern.
Bedside table: Pangea Home Hunter 2 Drawer Nightstand (Wayfair, $649)
Quilt & shams: Lexington Coverlet + Shams (West Elm, $29 and up)
Alarm clock: iPhone Alarm Dock (Jonas Damon for UncommonGoods, $40)
Crosby's beachy cottage
A little beachy. A little boho chic. You can tell that there is a lot of creative energy in Crosby and Jasmine's home because it shows in its decor. Filled with pieces that are obviously sentimental, while still holding on to a bit of function (they do have two little ones at home now!), we love the mix of decor that seemed to mesh when these two became a couple. Want the look for your house? Hit the flea markets!
Mugs: Multi-Color Jumbo Stacking Mugs, Set of 6 (Cost Plus World Market, $18)
Storage jars: Threshold Glass Spice Jars with Cork Lids (Target, $24 for a set of six)
Olive oil bottles: Olive Oil Bottles (Etsy, $35)
Adam's family-friendly Craftsman
With three kids at home, Adam and Kristina's home is the most family-friendly home of the bunch. And, if the stacks of papers that clutter the kitchen island aren't a dead giveaway, the colorful, easy-going furniture and accessories certainly are. For that authentic Braverman look, choose pieces that offer a lot of function without sacrificing style.
Sarah's artist apartment
Sarah's apartment is essentially a kid-free zone now that Amber has her own place and Drew is off at college and, we admit, there is a tiny piece of us that's jealous that she can leave a mug of coffee on the coffee table and never fear that a busy toddler is going to spill it! Fill your home with creative, hipster-esque touches to get the look of Sarah's apartment.