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The design-conscious traveler, Part 2

Kid&Coe Eugenia Street Kitchen

You know how I’ve been bemoaning the difficulty of finding gorgeous holiday accommodations? You know how I love planning holidays but always struggle to find the rental home that’s just right? Well I just discovered a resource that has me thinking the struggle may be over. It’s sort of VRBO crossed with a sense of design crossed with kid-friendly… it’s called kid&coe.  And its full of awesomeness.

Seriously, I can’t even begin to describe how excited I am about this site. First, it’s attractive to look at and easy to use (admittedly I haven’t actually tried to book anything yet). Second, it lists properties all over the world. Want to go to Porto, Portugal with your family? They have great houses and apartments there, like this one. Or maybe Melbourne, Australia? Look at this place. San Francisco anyone? Go enjoy this awesome kitchen.

The thing that makes me love this site isn’t the fact that the houses are all kid-friendly (although that’s definitely great) but it’s the fact that most of the houses look just like somewhere I might have designed and definitely like somewhere I might want to live. Holiday planning just got so much easier.

Isn’t this an incredible find? What rock have I been living under? How did  I not know this site existed? So, where to next, folks? Go explore kid&coe and plan your next holiday.

[Did you miss The Design-Conscious Traveler, Part 1? You can find it here.)

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