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Eight Airbnbs that could fit into a magical Wes Anderson movie

Eight Airbnbs that could fit into a magical Wes Anderson movie

From a pastel pink interior in Madrid to a unique loft in Oregon, these short-term rental properties will make anyone feel like they’ve stepped into a Wes Anderson dream world.

The world of Wes Anderson’s films is visually stunning.

It is full of bright pastel colors, elegant symmetry, playfulness and grace.

The director’s latest work, that Asteroid city It will soon be released in theaters, and to celebrate, Airbnb has created a set of apartments that fit Anderson’s style perfectly and could serve as a movie set.

Here are our favourites:

Retro caravan nightsAuckland, New Zealand

Courtyard suiteMargate, United Kingdom

Ancient Greek decor and Wes Anderson movie designThessaloniki, Greece

Off the grid and forty feetOregon, United States

UFO ‘Futuro’ style flying saucer“, Redperth, United Kingdom

Kind of Blue 1959 AirstreamCalifornia, United States

Private islandHvaler, Norway

City center apartmentMadrid, Spain

Meanwhile, more and more popular destinations are banning Airbnb. We wrote about this in this and this article. Airbnb filed a lawsuit.

(source: time outImages: Airbnb)

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