My manicurist is a woman of many talents and has enough energy to sail a ship. In her spare time (aside from her real job) she fixed up a neglected building on her property and turned it into a hip airbnb. If your thinking of doing the same on your own property it is chock-full of clever affordable ideas. Enjoy this Industrial Chic Airbnb with ideas you can copy.
The entrance hints at the stylish interiors beyond.
Lynne designed the entire space and along with her friend and carpenter did all of the construction as well. Here is the view of the living space and sleeping nook as you enter.
Lynne is a master at finding vintage treasures in every place imaginable. She is equally talented at arranging and curating them into a masterful collected look.
Here is a closeup of the sleeping area. Who wouldn’t want to sleep in this coy nook? Note the small gallery of vintage prints.
To me, the pies de resistance is the kitchen area. One of Lynne’s friends gave her the gorgeous lanterns and the vintage island. All buyable items are linked in the widget at the bottom of the page.
Every shelf is carefully styled
Nary a wall or corner is left to chance. Countertop is from IKEA
Apparently, this is one of Lynne’s signature diy’s, vintage trophy target canisters!
How about sharing a glass of wine or morning coffee in this darling space?
Or in the garden in back
Lynne utilized barn doors to separate the bath and the hallway
Lynne repurposed this victorian dresser into a vanity, added industrial lights and repeated the tile from the kitchen on the floor.
Love this vignette with the vintage painting
I could have posted so many more pictures. Lynne’s bnb is that clever. I have linked all available or similar items in the widget below. Most of Lynne’s accessories are thrifted. Area rug, dining chairs, and nightstands found at Homegoods.
Here is the link to Lynne’s airbnb. It is located in the heart of Salinas and is 15 minutes away from Carmel and the Monterey Peninsula. It sleeps four.