The interior design trends that make the most money on Airbnb

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Staycations saved many of us from another summer at home, according to the Sykes Staycation Index, as nearly four in five Britons planned a vacation on their soil in 2021. Second homeowners took advantage of increased demand for properties independent companies that offered safer social distancing, and it’s perhaps not surprising that the trend continues into 2022.

According to the index, half of the most popular holiday destinations are by the sea, while the other half are popular walking spots. Besides the importance of the location, Manufactured beds conducted a study to determine how interior design trends affect the rental value of independent properties listed on Airbnb.

Research found that cottagecore was most likely to increase a property’s value, earning an average of £ 104.95 per night, followed closely by Coastline, at £ 101.44 per night, and Art Deco at £ 98.20 per night.


The average cost of Airbnb properties according to indoor trends:

  1. Cottagecore, £ 104.95 per night
  2. Coastal, £ 101.44 per night
  3. Art Deco, £ 98.20 per night
  4. Vintage, £ 96.14 per night
  5. Minimalist, £ 93.70 per night
  6. Modern, £ 91 per night
  7. Earthy, £ 89.33 per night
  8. Maximalist, £ 85.90 per night
  9. Industrial, £ 83.75 per night
  10. Country, £ 82 per night
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      One of 2020’s biggest trends, cottagecore is whimsical and nostalgic, with idyllic countryside-inspired and eco-friendly elements. Botanical prints, a soft palette of neutral and pastel colors, and plenty of flowers and fodder plants are the essentials of cottagecore. Still clearly appealing to holidaymakers, an immersive break in a cottage house provides a welcome respite from our lockdown bubble, for an average of £ 104.95 per night.

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      Coastal towns such as Whitby and Weymouth are half of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations according to the index, and a coastal-inspired interior is paying off. By their nature, vacation homes are popular in small doses, and strong themes are therefore better tolerated. Coastal homes can pair with ocean designs, sunny seaside blues, and playful items like this Anthropologie Seashell Bowl.

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      According to research from Crafted Beds, Art Deco is the third most valuable interior trend for Airbnb listings. Full of bold geometric patterns, luxurious materials like velvet and brass, and fun details like fringes and tassels, Art Deco adds a touch of luxury to a list. The quintessential Art Deco piece is the drinks trolley (our House Beautiful Dolly Trolley at Homebase is an Art Deco dream), so it’s no surprise that it’s popular with vacationers.

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