Wes Anderson-Inspired Airbnb House, Canada
Very few film directors working today have a style so identifiable you could pick it out from a screen shot. Wes Anderson is most definitely one those few. So it’s only natural that a fan has attempted to use the off-beat director’s style to decorate her Airbnb abode. From the pale colour hues to the quirky décor and film references throughout, Mr. Anderson’s House is a haven for any Wes super fan.
Located in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada, Mr. Anderson’s House was created in a 100+ year old home, which has been updated with modern fixtures and beautiful eclectic décor. The home sleeps 4 people in 2 beds with each room either themed after or inspired by a different film from Wes Anderson’s back catalogue.
The kitchen has been transformed into the ‘Darjeeling Limited Tea Room’, there’s a Life Aquatic-themed living room, while ‘Margot’s Bedroom’ (Royal Tenenbaums) and Camp Ivanhoe (Moonrise Kingdom) offer beds for the night. There’s also a Rushmore-themed office, a Grand Budapest bathroom, and even ‘The Foxes’ Den’ WC.
According to Airbnb host Dayna, “I always wanted to be a Tenenbaum. Each room in this home is themed after a different film in director Wes Anderson’s repertoire, some more subtly than others. This house is a love letter to him, and an ever-evolving design project.”
Mr. Anderson’s House is located in the heart of Prince Edward County in the town of Picton (population 4,000). Within a 5 minute walk, you’ll find Picton’s bustling main street, featuring cafés, supermarkets, a book store, bars, restaurants and even an ice cream shop.
Mr. Anderson’s House is available to book now over at the Airbnb Website where a night’s stay will set you back around £141 per night plus a cleaning fee and service charge. If you’re a fan of Wes Anderson’s work, check out the bar he helped design in Milan, Bar Luce.