Though traveling these days certainly poses some risks thanks to COVID-19, Airbnbs offer a safer solution than hotels due to their lower occupancies. In addition to being relatively safe places to stay, many Airbnbs offer unique, design-forward aesthetics that you simply wouldn’t find in a standard hotel.
From a stunning glass house to a Frank Lloyd Wright original, these Airbnbs will make any modern design enthusiast swoon.
Ranked as one of the top 10 Airbnb rentals worldwide, the Off-grid itHouse is ideal for design and sustainability enthusiasts alike. The completely off-grid home’s energy and hot water are entirely powered by solar panels. And it features a gorgeous open floor plan complete with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide stunning views of the surrounding locale.
Made out of three intermodal shipping containers, The Box Hop is nestled on 18.5 acres and fuses sustainability with modern design. The home boasts unique features like an all-glass garage door with access to a rooftop patio, a six-person hot tub, and a sleek yet cozy design that will delight any style aficionado.
Featuring two bedrooms and a spacious open floor plan, this modern cabin retreat is the perfect getaway for anyone looking for some R&R. Designed by architect Adam Rolston, the home is oriented toward a southwesternly view of rolling farmland, which is easy to take in thanks to the house’s expansive windows.
Truex Cullins designed this farmhouse after classic New England farmsteads. The home is located on a sweeping meadow with picturesque mountain views. It also boasts three bedrooms, heated floors, and a wood-burning fireplace, making it a great place to stay with the whole family.
With its skylights, wood-burning stove, and exposed beams, this 1,000-square-foot loft is a little slice of heaven in Brooklyn. The entire space, including the furniture, was designed and constructed by artists, and its oversized master bedroom offers a king-sized bed and large windows overlooking a tree-filled backyard.
From the looks of it, you’d never guess that this stunning glass home is just five minutes away from downtown Atlanta. The steel home is surrounded by mature hardwood trees and boasts soaring ceilings and an exhale-inducing open floor plan that’s perfect for relaxing and entertaining alike.
This modern beauty has all of the ingredients of a five-star stay, including an outdoor shower, a yoga studio, a propane fire pit, and a hot tub. It’s also just minutes away from sights like Joshua Tree National Park, Old Town Yucca, and Pioneertown.
Featuring a cozy boho-meets-modern design, this sweet retreat offers 700 square feet of homespun charm. On cool nights, you can relax by the indoor fireplace while binging shows on the smart TV, while warmer days lend themselves to lounging on a relaxing outdoor swing that overlooks a babbling creek.
If you love retro design, then do yourself a favor by booking a stay in this vintage Airstream. With its meticulously restored, period-accurate decor, and chic, retro appliances, it’s ideal for anyone looking for a little more nostalgia in their lives.
Given that it was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, it goes without saying that this home is an architectural marvel. The mid-century modern gem has been completely restored and features many original Frank Lloyd Wright pieces of furniture, including a stunning custom dining table.
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