If you’re anything like me, finding at least one memento during your travels is a special moment in itself. For those who feel similarly, I come bearing good news. These chic Airbnbs are designed to narrow the souvenir search and broaden the options. So be careful with your travel budget or you might just return with enough swag to redecorate an entire room or two.
During your stay at any of these unique and shoppable rentals, you won’t just be coveting your stylish surroundings, but you’ll also be able to purchase some (or all) of its best parts. Many of the owners have said they aimed to design true dream homes for their guests, encourage discovery, and create one-of-a-kind stays for all who pass through. And as you’ll see in a mere moment, they’ve succeeded admirably.
Check out six of the most swoon-worthy Airbnbs boasting shoppable interiors.
Montauk, New York
A stone’s throw from Lake Montauk is where you’ll find this breathtakingly beachy bungalow. Charming, modern, and residentially located, every inch of the Mckinley Bungalow is thoughtfully adorned with midcentury furniture, exquisite vintage touches, eye-catching art, and contemporary pieces.
Guests have called this five-star stay picture-perfect, incredibly relaxing, and magical. The best part of your stay? Everything is available for purchase.
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Dreamed up by Journey + Jacobs Design Studio, this five-star, superhosted rental has been transformed from an early 19th-century shotgun house into a beautifully curated boutique you can play house in. Situated in the historic neighborhood of Butchertown, you’ll find oodles of locally crafted, artistic, and vintage wares for sale during your stay at PAIRE.
Featured in multiple architectural magazines, you’ll be surrounded by historically preserved and renovated perfection, including original fireplaces, marble countertops, and lime-washed walls. Not only will you feel right at home, but the master designers also offer you ” the opportunity to take those little moments back with you.”
This superhost/architect invites you to settle in and shop around during your stay at this 19th-century railroad workers’ house in Denver. Loaded with quirky charm and a chic sensibility, you’re invited to take whatever resonates with you.
Whether you’re drawn to the striking local art or the masterfully handcrafted furnishings, there’s a swanky souvenir with your name on it here. “Like that painting on the wall and want to take it with you when you go? We encourage it,” says your host.
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Located in the seaside town of Kennebunk, this four-bedroom gem has been perfectly pieced together by the esteemed Brooklyn-based creative agency, Pieces by an Aesthetic Pursuit.
This historic Kennebunk home was built in 1878. But don’t let its 19th-century facade fool you: the interior and its accents are as contemporary as it gets. During your shoppable stay, you’re invited to peruse and purchase “home goods, toiletries, and conveniences from some of the most admired and coveted brands in bedding, appliances, skincare, and furniture design.”
Looking for an elegant and eco-friendly retreat near Joshua Tree National Park? Look no further, my friend. Located on five acres in Pioneertown, Casa Mami is a gorgeously renovated, design-centric, pueblo-style home in the middle of a sprawling desert landscape. In addition to its calming and minimalist indoor-outdoor vibe, you’ll have your pick of striking art and sharply designed decor.
Featured on Dwell, Domino, CMagazine, and Trendland, this picturesque property features a curated selection of shoppable items. The home’s vibe is definitely at one with its environment, specifically designed to make the transition into nature effortless. But don’t overlook the awe-inspiring interior. You’ll find pieces from visionaries like Marcel Wanders and LAUN LA.
Maplecrest, New York
Frankly, there’s never a bad time to book this absolutely beautiful cabin in the Maplecrest forest. But its endlessly satisfied guests tend to agree: there’s no cozier time to visit than the wondrous winter. In the colder months, this secluded, ski house near Windham is fully blanketed in snow.
The owners promise it’s the perfect place “to reconnect and recharge, to listen to the river and hear the wind through the trees and indulge in slow lunches and long walks and truly marvel at the Catskills.” And the guests say that’s spot-on.
The Hunter Houses is the expert company responsible for this stunning retreat and all of its shoppable parts. Known as “The Cabin,” this two-bedroom sanctuary was built in the 1930s. But no matter the time period of its pieces, you’re invited to buy almost everything you see. From the art to the linens, the Tuft & Needle mattresses, the West Elm furniture, and the Hudson Valley Lighting fixtures, you’ll be able to take a piece of this gorgeous weekend getaway home with you.