By Lindsay Cohn

Published on May 8, 2018

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We’re all about minimalist living, but downsizing isn’t exactly simple. Some people can make tiny home living look easy, but even if you’re not ready to cut your living space down to 265 square feet, you can still try the micro life on for size. There are dozens of tiny houses available for rent through Airbnb, so with summer just around the corner, why not choose a tiny house for your next getaway?From rustic, comforting cabins to sleek, stylish bungalows, these miniature marvels offer the perfect balance of great design and convenient living. Take a look at our favorites available to book right now. Bonus: These options are available starting at $62 per night.

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Fairytale Gingerbread House in Geyserville, California

You’ll feel like you’re out of Hansel and Gretel—no witch included, thankfully—in this rustic wood cabin in the middle of the California forest. Designed to feel like you’re in a house made of gingerbread, this quirky option actually features some pretty high-end amenities, including an outdoor wood-fired oven and stained glass windows with built-in LED glass lights, as well as the entire forest at your fingertips.

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Writer’s Cabin in Stockholm, Sweden

We’re all for working from home (or Hawaii, if you’re so inclined), but if you’re the creative type in need of a little inspiration, might we suggest taking a trip to this tiny writer’s cabin in Sweden? Featuring the best that Scandi style has to offer, this chic, minimalist home serves as the perfect little nook for creatives looking for a peaceful space to work.

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Glass House in Hudson Valley, New York

Located just 90 minutes away from the city, this glass cabin offers unparalleled views of the lush landscape of upstate New York. Equipped with wifi, air conditioning, and a full kitchen, it serves as a quiet escape thanks to the miles and miles of rolling hills offering complete privacy, and the glass enclosures provide the ultimate immersive experience.

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Silo Studio Cottage in Tyringham, Massachusetts

Set on the Santarella Estate in the Berkshires, this charming cottage was formerly sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson’s summer studio. The two-story structure features a 35-foot conical ceiling with a canopy bed and multi-paned mill windows—ideal for taking in the views of the gardens.

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Shotgun Cottage in New Orleans, Louisiana

This cute cottage—near NoLa’s Magazine Street—offers comfort, convenience, and southern charm. Inside, you’ll find a sun-drenched, industrial-style kitchen, rain shower, and two twins beds (which can be turned into a king upon request).

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Bright Bungalow in Austin, Texas

This detached studio epitomizes contemporary cool. Everything about it feels fresh and modern—from the charcoal exterior and canary yellow door to the sun-drenched interior and crisp white kitchen.

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Mushroom Dome Cabin in Aptos, California

Nestled in the forest, this treehouse-esque cabin—featuring a geodesic dome loft (“mushroom cap”) and a large deck—is one of the most popular Airbnbs. In fact, it’s so highly coveted that the hosts suggest you make your reservation six months in advance.

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Designer Digs in Oakland, California

Designed and built by an award-winning tiny home master, this brand new space is complete with a king-size, memory foam mattress—a rarity in small space rentals—and a roof deck. And did we mention it’s just $90 a night?

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Lakefront Living in Orlando, Florida

This colorful waterfront casa is located in Florida’s first (and the nation’s largest) tiny home community. In addition to spectacular views of Lake Fairview, guests can enjoy aquatic activities, like fishing, paddle boarding, and kayaking.

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The Little House in Seattle, Washington

This garage turned tiny home was completely renovated in 2013. The result is a stylish space with all the comforts of home—a sleeping loft with queen size bed, galley kitchen and full bath with combined shower-toilet—that just so happens to be 363 square feet.

This post was originally published on May 3, 2017. It has been updated with new information. 

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