This great looking
1960s Poolhouse in the Cotswolds was unearthed on a hunt for holiday destinations on Airbnb, and is a great illustration of how the site - offering private rental options - can offer plenty of inspiration for design lovers, after a little bit of searching.
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Think of this as a try before you buy, as this 1960s Andre Maisonnier-designed modernist house in Val de Saone, central France isn't only a holiday let, it's also up for sale too.
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IATA codes of airports seem an unlikely inspiration for design but
Airportag's cushions are some of our favourite we've seen in a long time, evoking something of the style of the 20th century jet set.
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Want to live the life of an iconic designer in Germany between the wars? You really can do that when you book into the
studio flats in the 1920s Prellerhaus Bauhaus Studio Building in Dessau, Germany.
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We haven't done a Retro Retreat in a while, but after spotting the
Hotel Josephine in Paris on the latest Secret Escapes newsletter, we thought it would fit the bill.
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Want to make your mark in the airport queue? You need to buy the
Travel Boy, which is, as you probably noticed, Game Boy-inspired carry-on luggage.
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