5 Home Rentals Inspired by Top Holiday Interior Design Trends

If you’ve been scrolling through Pinterest or Instagram for décor ideas, it turns out, you’ve been looking in all the wrong places. The best way to get some inspo? Travel of course.

Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, presents the top five holiday themed interior design trends with home rentals to inspire you ahead of your next holiday. With something for every taste, discover the perfect style for you.

Mediterranean Blues – Santorini

For a truly Mediterranean blues themed stay, take a trip to the beautiful Kima Villas Suites located in sunny Santorini. Feel relaxed and restored with this timeless style, which will have you fully embracing the sun, sand and sea lifestyle. Take a dip in the infinity pool and take in the breathtaking volcano and beach views. Enjoy spacious bedrooms and walk-in rainfall showers. Recreate a Mediterranean blues feel in your own home, via mosaics and beach wood timber textures, plus royal blue and white colour palettes and fluffy white linen robes.

Scandinavian Simplicity – Copenhagen

The ever popular movement of Scandinavian design focuses on simplicity and minimalism, whilst expressing understated beauty through a charming pared-back style. Take a trip to the Woodah Hostel for a modern stay, oozing plenty of natural light and an appealing, utilitarian feel. Stay in the heart of Copenhagen and swap stories with fellow travellers at the hostels in-house bar and café. To bring this popular design back to your home, opt for textures such as blonde-wood flooring, fur throws and simple stainless steel furniture. You could even choose a pair of wooden antlers for an impressive wall feature.

Country Farmhouse – South Africa

A country farmhouse design oozes a feeling of warmth and comfort, leaving travellers with a home away from home sense. The main colours include warm earthy tones and key textures such as exposed brickwork, ceramic and patchwork fabric. Take a trip to the beautiful Orange Grove Farm for a truly rustic farmhouse retreat. Nestled on a working wine and olive farm in the Robertson’s valley, Orange Grove Farm features a private terrace with an open fireplace, magnificent views over the mountains and vineyards and even order in picnic baskets. To achieve this look and feel for your own home, opt for quaint accessories such as jam jars full of home grown herbs, patchwork fabrics and hanging copper pans.

Japanese Zen – Kyoto

Channel the nation’s Buddhists beliefs and opt for a design of Japanese Zen when choosing your next holiday accommodation. At the heart of Japanese culture lies Zen and the look and feel of a property can help conjure this sensation. Offering a sun terrace and views of
the beautifully kept gardens, NAZUNA Kyoto Aneyakoji tei features a relaxing hot tub, an ideal location in the middle of Kyoto and traditional Japanese furniture throughout. This popular design trend is renowned for form and function and is achieved through warm and neutral tones, minimal furniture and manicured foliage.

Chic City – Barcelona

What better way to achieve a chic city style than by staying in the heart of Barcelona? The Midtown Apartments offer stylish and modern décor, a seasonal outdoor pool and solarium. The apartments are well equipped with soundproof walls, smart TVs and Bluetooth sound systems. For a true city vibe, a vast selection of lively bars and international restaurants are within a short walking distance. If you cannot bring the studded skyscraper skyline back to your home, but want to evoke the look and feel of chic city, opt for mood lighting, plush fabrics, city skyline artwork, or even a statement chandelier.

James Chung

Vancouver Lifestyle, Cool Tech & Travel Adventure. Email: james@hellovancity.com

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