Film lovers, nostalgia lovers, lovers of all the feels in general have a new destination: this Canadian Airbnb, where each room’s decor was inspired by the oeuvre of quirky director Wes Anderson.
The home is located in Ontario wine country and is a short walk from Picton, a lakeside village popular for boating, camping and winery tours. Best to pick up a few bottles and head back to your lodging, though, because you’ll want to spend as much time as possible fantasizing that you’re a character in The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and Moonrise Kingdom.
Here’s a peek into this two-bedroom home, which can be yours for about $176 per night.
Margot Tenenbaum’s Bedroom
Bring your eyeliner and you can be the Royal Tenenbaums’s preppie vamp, even down to the waiting fur coat.
The “Moonrise Kingdom” Bedroom
A Pendleton blanket and a bedside mini teepee make you feel right at home at Camp Ivanhoe.
“The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” Living Room
A floating rescue ring made into a mirror and nautical artwork make this suitable for both seafarers and fans of this Bill Murray flick.
The “Rushmore” Office
What else would be the inspiration for a charming office than a gifted prep school student who’s put on academic probation?