Vacation rentals can really be a toss up, especially if you're a design aficionado looking for a memorable place to stay. If you prioritize stylish interiors when you're planning a trip, makes the process of finding beautifully-designed stays a breeze.
As the Airbnb for design travelers, PlansMatter is a luxury vacation rental service (launched back in 2013) looking to connect guests with hosts who own extraordinary homes. Users can book stays all over the world at a variety of impressive properties, from a preserved to .
Rent one of these architectural wonders for your next vacation and odds are, you won't even want to leave the house.
This cottage on the Danish Island of Moen was single-handedly built by architect Jan Henrik Jansen. Every edge is a curve in this home comprised of circular spaces inspired by cocoons. Don't worry though, you won't feel closed in. This house sits on a hill, and its great windows offer expansive views of the surrounding meadows and forests for $130 a night.
Pole House is an Australian architectural landmark: The contemporary Frank Dixon-designed home is famous for its iconic perch on top of a pole overlooking the ocean. Through its redesign by Franco Fiorentini, the minimalist interiors are sleek and modern, making for a stylish beach getaway. Rise with the sun at this stunning rental for $434 a night.
Up to six people can stay at this cabin for a fun woodland adventure in Grand Marais, Minnesota. Guests can relax on the porch or in the sauna after a day of canoeing or hiking nearby. This rental will run you $395 per night during the summer months, but the beautiful surroundings and sleek wood interiors are definitely worth the price tag.
Frank Lloyd Wright homes follow the architect's iconic parallelogram plan, leaving no right angles in sight. The original structure here, features a double with a living room, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom and a bathroom. The house was expanded later on to fit a growing family, but the design remains cohesive throughout. You can stay in this piece of architectural history starting at $325 a night.
Take in extraordinary views of Lake Superior from this modern glass structure on a mountain. The stark the fireplace. Check in to this fabulous elevated retreat for $500 per night.is minimalist throughout, but you can still stay warm by
The modern loft., completely renovated after a fire, occupies the top two floors of a 1906 duplex. The first floor maintains the original neoclassical style with upgrades for a contemporary lifestyle, and the upper attic space got a fresh start as a