Festival season is far from over, with the next musical extravaganza set in Chicago, this year spanning a whopping FOUR days. And while we hope you enjoy the shows (that is the point after all), we also selfishly hope you’ve found an affordable and Instagram-worthy Airbnb to call home. In the spirit of celebrating design, we rounded up our favorite Airbnbs under $100, making them perfect for a Lollapalooza stay.
Every room of this Humboldt Park apartment is stunning (including the minimalist bedroom from the previous slide!). Bonus: It’s super close to multiple types of public transportation.
This industrial kitchen doesn’t even begin to encapsulate the many design elements of this Bronzeville space. The living room features a gray statement wall, bold mustard-hued sofa, and the perfect decor accessories.
You’re going to want to tour the rest of this cute, black and white Logan Square apartment. Did we mention there’s a hammock in the living room?
Live it up in Lincoln Park at this modern apartment (with a view, thank you very much). The clean, neutral color palette will make for a relaxing welcome at the end of a long day (and night)!
Just wait until you see the deck space at this River North artist loft… In the meantime, enjoy this perfectly pink bar located in the kitchen. We certainly are.
We lost track trying to count all the different types of plants found in this bohemian-inspired, sunny living space. We could definitely think of worse ways to spend a weekend in West Town.
There’s no denying this posh, modern Chicago home (conveniently located near Wrigleyville!) is impeccably designed. Tour the space and you’re sure to agree. (There’s a sun room, seriously!)
If you prefer a minimalist aesthetic, this is the space for you. Plus, at only $60 per night, the Little Italy row house apartment can’t be beat.
This Lakeview East studio apartment is perfectly sized—and decorated—for a weekend away. (Hello, natural light!)
Book the “Bill Murray Suite” in a hip, eclectic Ukrainian Village apartment located just blocks away from the Wicker Park neighborhood. Bright colors and bold design make this apartment one to remember.
This minimalist, neutral, light-filled space is inspiring—in a clutter-free and design kind of way. The Lakeview apartment is also garden-level, which means no stairs (score!).
This Garfield Park apartment is filled with vintage treasures that will make you feel at home.
This Little Village home is a mismatch of rustic and industrial design, complete with the occasional boldly-hued statement wall to add some flair to an otherwise neutral space.
We are one-hundred percent jealous of this bright, white, one-bedroom Bucktown apartment—and its built in bookshelf.
This bright, eclectic artist loft located in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago is full of color, sunshine, and personality.
This spacious Wicker Park apartment really knows how to make the most of its space. Plus, there’s a wraparound patio AND rooftop deck.
This apartment is listed as a “Pastel Cat Palace“, which we are fully on board with (the front door is painted pink!). Expect to find bohemian-inspired decor mixed with Micentury furniture and enough eclectic art to make your heart sing.
This large Lincoln Park flat is located just steps away from the lake and leans sophisticated, modern, and minimalist in design aesthetic.
Call this totally boho Logan Square apartment home for the weekend and enjoy their backyard, multitude of plants, and unique wall art.