This Shoppable Montauk Bungalow is Everything We Want In a Vacation Rental

There’s been a major trend lately in creating shoppable vacation rentals, but this breezy Montauk bungalow by Studio Robert McKinley might be the trend’s most successful outing yet. Just look at those palm tree–green, lime-washed walls. Does that look like an Airbnb to you? After the success of their first Montauk rental, which we gave you a peek of last year, Robert McKinley and his wife Kate bought and renovated a 1970s ranch into a four-bedroom dream home, where the Reform kitchens, Wright mattresses, limewash paints, unlacquered brass faucets, Floyd beds, Aelfie rugs, Heath ceramics, and Hay accessories — all for sale — are punctuated by vintage finds and touches of nature, like the irregular stones propping up a collection of cookbooks in the kitchen. And while a brand-focused interior could seem like an exercise in consumerism, this one is given a hefty dose of soul by the rough, saltwash textures as well as the impeccable renovation (we’re way into that built-in breakfast nook). Also there’s a pool. See you out East this summer! (And feel free to hit us up on Instagram for the Sight Unseen–approved guide to The Hamptons!)


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