For a little extra inspiration, the Domino editors' favorite Instagrammers takeover our feed each weekend. It's safe to say tips and covetable images are aplenty. Here's what you need to know about the most recent feature!
Lindsey Bro has a thing for cabins. The California-based writer has quite the penchant for well-designed cabin spaces, and like us, is basically always planning her next trip. That’s why her and Alice Saunders created Cabin Escapes, a website dedicated to finding and curating the best cabin rentals fit for you needs. They do all the work and scouting, so you don’t have to. This weekend, @cabinlove took over Domino’s Instagram feed to share some favorite cabins—both inside and out. One thing’s for sure: don’t count a quaint cabin out of your summer vacation plans just yet.
Keep reading for a few cabin rental perks we love:
They have their own kitchen
Just because you've opted for a rustic cabin doesn’t mean you’ll have to forgo modern amenities. As is one of the prime perks of any home rental versus staying in a hotel, having your own kitchen during vacation is a great way to cut food costs, and gives you the same comfort you'd have at home.
"Hey everyone! It’s me Lindsey (@lady_bro) from @cabinlove and I am so excited to takeover Domino to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend. I’ll show you a few of my favorite little lookers – both inside and out – so you can get inspired to book your own summer escape. I think one of my favorite parts of any cabin (or treehouse) is the kitchen. This open-shelved, desert-hued, minimalist number has it all." Photo by @lady_bro of @cabinlove #SOdomino
You can unplug and connect with nature
Case and point: this forest-tucked, A-frame @theowlcabin that almost blends in with its surroundings. While we’re not all classified outdoor enthusiasts, there’ something enticing about taking some time to unplug from the bustle of everyday life and spend a few days among the trees. Plus, this chic cabin has everything you need, including a hot tub for some serious zen vibes.
"One of my favorite summer memories is the smell of a campfire mixed with pine trees and getting to this cabin reminded me of why arriving is the best: the Approach & Reveal. I love when a cabin is hidden off the road, tucked behind some trees, because the experience of walking up to it, hearing the pine needles and the creek down below before you see it, creates such an anticipatory build-up. Then, in a moment, the cabin reveals itself and it’s perfect. That’s the best thing. This A-Frame is in Mt. Rainier National Forest and it has a hot tub out back, a couple bunk beds, a hammock, and a loft up top. The perfect weekend escape." Photo by @lady_bro of @cabinlove #SOdomino
Luxe bathrooms are the ultimate relaxation
Need we say more? The sleek, shiny tub comes from @urbancowboybnb and provides a unique take on rustic bathroom design. It’s the perfect way to unwind after a long day, which in this case, will be walking around New York City, as this cabin (yes, really!) is located in Brooklyn.
"After the kitchen, I think the bathrooms at cabins are often my favorite to explore. They can be anything and it’s so fun to see what sort of wild things people can dream up when there aren’t any rules. Modern, mixed, funky — it all works and it’s all cool. Thanks again for following along and now go get outside!" Photo by @lady_bro of @cabinlove #SOdomino
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