It has been a few years now since the short-term rental industry started mastering the art of interior design. Across Canada, there’s aesthetically pleasing architectural homes with an marvellous views and quiet frankly, it’s an incomparable experience. As Airbnb continues to gain popularity, the houses get more and more beautiful.
Picture yourself secluded in one of Quebec’s forests, or among the mountains in Alberta, there’s so many options when it comes it picking out the perfect Airbnb for your getaway. There’s nothing better then to stay in a breathtaking space and these Airbnb home owners know exactly they’re doing! From coast to coast, here’s 5 of the most beautiful Airbnb’s in Canada.
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Le Corbo – Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Quebec
This home uses a mixture of contemporary and Scandinavian design. Matte black materials and natural woods have been extremely popular with interior design trends, and implementing it into this chalet was the right choice. The large living room windows let in the right amount of light to enjoy the peace and quiet from the surrounding forest. Not to mention, look at that fireplace!
The Belvedere – Green Gables, Prince Edward Island
This Airbnb is a PEI dream. The bright open living room/ kitchen space is the first thing that’ll catch your eye. The deep blue cabinetry compliments the white shiplap walls and wood floors perfectly. This modern farmhouse design is the perfect place to enjoy the ocean front of Cousin’s Shore Beach.
Private, Waterfront, Modern, Comfort in Cape Breton – Bucklaw, Nova Scotia
We’re seeing a common theme of modern interior design styles and as well as the use of floor to ceiling windows. This home was designed by architect Nicholas Fudge and to say the least, it’s a site to see. Similar to the other Airbnb’s listed, this home uses matte black materials, light woods and the cement style flooring adds a beautiful touch.
Ultimate Modern Escape – Columbia-Shuswap A, British Columbia
This beautiful modern cabin was designed by architects at Form and Forest. Everything from the pop of red in the kitchen, to the fireplace and wood wall makes this a dreamy winter or summer getaway.
Sanctuary In The Country: 1800s Church – Prince Edward, Ontario
This 1400 square ft. church from the 1800s has just been turned into the Airbnb of your dreams! They’ve restored the floors and refinished the walls and the classic church archways and windows are beautiful. To have a short-stay in something this historic is incomparable and the interior design of the place takes it to a whole other level.