9 minimalist Airbnbs for your next getaway
Over the past year, we’ve spent a lot of time (and money) in our own homes, filling them with everything we need to work from home, have dinner and drink at home, and more. Needless to say, our living spaces are no longer exactly minimalist havens of peace. But these Airbnbs, with their white and natural wood interiors, lack of trinkets, and sleek designs, can give you a bit of a break from all the stuff in your home. The decor is inspired by Japanese and Scandinavian design principles and offers just enough comfort to feel right at home, but not so much that you feel overwhelmed. Choose from a tiny concrete house just steps from the Pacific coast of Mexico, a pine-paneled cabin in New York City, or a modern solar-powered house outside of Marfa, Texas, among other minimalist Airbnbs.
Please check local restrictions and guidelines before traveling. While we haven’t stayed at all of the Airbnbs featured, unless otherwise noted, these listings are verified against Superhost status, amenities, location, previous guest reviews, and decor.
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