Still gathering ideas for where your holiday guests will stay when your own home is full?  Let’s take a look at another Airbnb unit we did in the same building for the same client.  As in our first unit, our mission was to create vibrant interiors that would photograph well & to create a sumptuous environment that would delight guests. 

For the kitchen, we let the space speak for itself and added a few key accent pieces that would make the space feel cheerful and inviting.


Here is another view back into the kitchen. We love the way the art coordinates with the accessories and makes the whole space come together. Design is not an accident, our friends! 🙂

In the living room, we created the bold accent wall using a great teal green paint. The simple magic of a can of paint is not to be disputed. We complimented the wall color with great mustard pillows and a warmly stained coffee table. The blue area rug pulls together the look. 

For the rest of the living room, we kept the walls white and made an traditional “entertainment” wall pulling double-duty by tucking extra seating, blankets, and pillows underneath. Even if guests don’t use them, it creates a cozy environment!

For the first bedroom, we carried pieces of the color palette in the living room over to create a constant look for the overall unit. Here we have burnt tangerine and blue paired with  bold red accents. We love how the art pulls the colors together.

Here is a great shot of the desk with the gorgeous green trees outside the window. A quiet moment in the overall design that speaks volumes for the thought and care that went into designing every corner of the space.

Here is an overall look at the bedroom. Plenty of storage so guests can unpack and feel right at home and bold art to invigorate the space. What more could you want?


For the second bedroom, we adapted the color palette to create a distinctive, memorable contrast to the first bedroom. Remember, we are thinking about our designs for how they will photograph / read online and we want to make it as easy for online users to remember the space as having two separate, complete bedrooms. No “closet” bedrooms here!

For this space, we carried over the mustard and added fun prints and wall art. The space is fun, laid back, and the perfect backdrop for enjoying an eclectic city!