Making the Case for a Urinal
There are plenty of reasons why your house needs one. Here are just a few.
Real talk: there's a lot of reasons why we want to jet out of town right now—the political climate and the actual climate are just two of them. But the idea of holing up somewhere and swapping the news and social media for a good book and a stiff drink sounds idyllic. And if you're as intrigued by tiny houses as much as we are, consider renting one for the weekend. These wee homes give you a break from materialism and a taste of the small life (without having to permanently downsize). From the Pacific coast and the high desert of Texas to the woods of the American south, here are eight options for your travel wish list.
One of the most posh pocket cabins you'll ever see, this wedge design cabin has a rustic-meets-modern design and sleeps up to four people with a king-sized bed and queen-sized TempurPedic pullout couch. There's also a fireplace and flat screen TVs in the bedroom and living room.
This romantic multi-leveled tree house is nestled in a majestic multi-trunked 110 foot eucalyptus tree. Located within driving distance to both San Francisco and wine country, there's a spacious deck, comfortable living room on the main level and queen bed in the loft.
This dreamy space holds the title of Airbnb's #1 most wished-for listing worldwide for 2016. Conveniently located within the heart of intown Atlanta, this hidden gem consists of three handsomely furnished rooms, each connected by rope-bridges.