A transparent A-Frame is one of Airbnb’s most popular listings in 2023
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With borders open and almost all travel restrictions lifted, it’s finally time to start turning our must-have vacations into bookings. Fortunately this week, Airbnb provided a ton of cool inspiration for anyone not sure where to start by revealing most wanted retreats from 2023 until now. All rentals come from the platform’s new category, one of six recently launched search filters, which highlights vacation homes added in the last 10 weeks. From a getaway that takes the sunken living room concept outdoors to a tiny glass house with an enviable kitchen, we’re taking you down the rabbit hole with us. Here are some of our favorite finds from the mix.
This rental in Broad Cove, Nova Scotia, may be perched 30 feet above the ground, but its owners have decorated the interior as if it were a comfortable boat cabin. Instead of overlooking the ocean, you’ll gaze upon a sea of green, from pine trees as far as the eye can see to soothing sage-covered walls.
We give this transparent A-frame high marks for style and durability. Between the transparent facade and the kitchen garden (hello, farm-to-fork dining), you will feel totally at one with nature. As you walk through the other wood-clad rooms, you’ll feel like you’re staying in a Swedish spa.
You don’t go to Joshua Tree to spend your days indoors, and the hosts behind Casa Coyotes know it. That’s probably why they made the most of the surroundings of the property. There is an outdoor kitchen, a hot tub, an expansive pool deck with a sunken fire pit lounge, and an outdoor shower that overlooks the on-site cactus garden.
There are some great design moments disguised as this little reflective house in Vermont. For one, we never would have thought we’d envy such a small space (it’s only 200 square feet!) until we saw the super-sleek matte black kitchenette finishes. And no matter how small, we could certainly get used to a room with nothing but glass between us and the Green Mountains.
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