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Robin

Maybe it’s the gorgeous weather outside or just a rediscovered love for the outdoors, but lately I’m obsessed with using natural materials in interior spaces. And so, it seems, is everyone else! Using wood in design is not exactly a new idea. Think traditional Swedish cottages, Atlantic beach houses, and pretty much the entire 1970s. […]

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Part of the fun of Inhabit — what gets us up every morning and keeps us on the hunt for great properties — is showing our guests new places they might have never thought of, and bringing little-known awesomeness to their attention. Then this week we added…PARIS! Hm. Paris isn’t exactly an out-of-the-way little burg. […]

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Usually I’m not a big fan of synthesized words. Dramedy, edutainment, rockumentary…but sometimes there’s just no other way to describe something. Take “glamping”, for instance. Wait, what? Glamping, you guys. Glamorous camping. When you think about camping, you think nylon tents and waking up with gravel in the small of your back. There’s definitely a […]

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One of the central ideas at Inhabit is the concept of learning to travel in a way that reflects who you are. We are focused on aesthetics, but there’s more to us than that — and more to you. You love great design, and you’re also passionate about animal welfare; you name grape varietals like […]

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When I travel, it’s the sense of unfamiliarity and newness that drives me. Being able to say, “I’ve never seen that before” is why I travel. Travel is letting yourself be a stranger in a strange land, navigating roads and customs, and experiencing a million tiny things for the first time. And then, there’s that […]

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Not surprisingly, we’re still thinking about our Portland adventure. On one of our epic afternoon jaunts (I think we covered the whole city at least three times on foot) we stumbled upon Merriweather’s Restaurant. It instantly became a recommendation on our site, because what we thought would be simply a charming local eatery turned out […]

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Well, our Pacific Northwest adventure (at least this part of it) is at an end. We spent a week wandering starry-eyed around Portland, eating food from carts and, well, way too many red velvet cupcakes. Seriously, it was a problem and we’re both on red velvet detox now (I’m not even going to mention the […]

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