9 Minimalist Airbnbs for Your Next Getaway
Over the last year, we’ve been spending a lot of time (and money) on our own homes—filling them with the stuff we need to work from home, dine and drink at home, and more. Needless to say, our living spaces aren’t exactly minimalist havens anymore. But these Airbnbs, with their white and natural wood interiors, lack of knickknacks, and sleek design can give you a little respite from all of your home’s stuff. The decor pulls from Japanese and Scandinavian design tenets, and offers just enough coziness to feel comfortable, but not so much you feel overwhelmed. Choose from a concrete tiny house steps from Mexico’s Pacific coast, a pine-paneled cabin in New York, or a solar-powered modern home outside of Marfa, Texas, among other minimalist Airbnbs.
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Published at Fri, 02 Apr 2021 21:13:17 +0000