There are numerous reasons why people travel. The lockdown has probably made many want a change of scenery - Time in nature or just see something new. From some trips you come back full of ideas for your own four walls.
Inspired by accommodations with a special interior charm
We have never spent so much time at home as since the pandemic. After the office moved into the home and the situation was accepted, it was cleared out, redesigned and repaired. The Americans call this “home improvement”. Why this has happened in so many households is probably because the corona lockdown leaves us a lot of time to think and there is no longer any annoying reason to postpone annoying everyday little things.
Perhaps the one or the other Zoom meeting that allowed a view into other people's homes led to questioning one's own apartment lifestyle: Do I really want to live the way I do now? What does my furnishing style say about me? Which furniture or belongings do I hardly use?
Next step: rearrange, redesign.
All well and good, but the desire to travel does not dissipate it. Fortunately, if more and more relaxation is allowed soon, we'll be able to grab a backpack and travel bag again and go on tour. Hotel websites can already be visited and trips booked.
An important clue for the booking decision is the interior and the history surrounding the accommodation. When traveling you can be on time and very consciously for a different furnishing style decide, get to know new materials and colors and meet people who have exciting stories to tell.
Living differently for once brings a breath of fresh air, new thoughts and inspiration. Who knows, maybe you like the cozy reading corner, the comfortable couch or the practical cupboard system so much that you want to build something similar at home. Then the holiday moves in at home, with fond memories of a good, relaxed time.
Friz BnB, Germany
The Good travel accommodations are listed with different furnishing styles: from super modern and puristic to country house style or a mix of vintage and self-made furniture. They all have one thing in common: sustainability is a matter of the heart for these accommodations. From the furniture to the wall colors to the fabrics.
Meisterzimmer in Leipzig, Germany
Industrial architecture meets individuality. The Apartment master room is located on the site of a former cotton mill. Large factory windows, high walls, cozy niches and restored furniture from earlier production create a very special atmosphere.
Photo credits: Nick Putzmann
Ramenai in Ulrichsberg, Austria
Spend the night in your own hut in the middle of the forest, that's in the Ramenai possible in the Mühlviertel Bohemian Forest. The furnishing of the huts is mostly made of wood and was deliberately kept simple and natural. A panorama sauna and numerous excursion and sports options round off the offer.
Living differently for once brings a breath of fresh air, new thoughts and inspiration. Who knows, maybe you like the cozy reading corner, the comfortable couch or the practical cupboard system so much that you want to build something similar at home. Then the holiday at home moves in, with fond memories of a good, relaxed time ...
... more interior inspirations
In addition to the master's room and Ramenai, there are many other accommodations with special furnishing ideas. Here is a small selection: