When freelance designers Rich and Sara Combs first visited Joshua Tree, they felt a special connection to the place. A year later they stumbled upon a home on Craigslist in the area that they instantly fell in love with.
The house's charm caught the couple's eyes, but the property needed new lighting, fresh paint, and a cozier layout. "We've always been drawn to older homes with built-in stories," Sara said. "The house was originally built in 1949, and not only had incredible details like the shiplap ceiling, but incredible energy."
The Combses decided to open it up on Airbnb, and it has quickly become one of Joshua Tree's most desirable accommodation. Visitors especially appreciate the living room, which, with its hanging chairs, has become an incredibly instagrammable spot. The rental is so covetable, in fact, that the owners also created a portal that allows you to shop furniture and decor found in the house.