This Chic Airbnb Makes a Strong Case for Ditching City Life for the Desert

We publish covetable home tours on MyDomaine every week (sometimes every day) and I think it's safe to say that most of them we would want to live in. But aside from pinning them to our dream home board, there's very little chance we'll actually get to see inside these spaces in person. So we asked ourselves, what if we featured dreamy home tours that you could not only see inside of but could also stay in? Well, we're kicking off a new series that takes you inside those next-level Airbnb rentals across the U.S. that you want to live in, and now totally can for the weekend.  

First up, is the charming Coyote House built in 1947 and located in the Yucca Valley right next to the iconic Joshua Tree National Park. Designed by Merrill and Tim Melideo, this stunner screams desert chic and that bohemian vibe is the perfect escape from your busy city life for just $175 a night. Take the tour of the 800 square foot home below and shop out some of the pieces to bring a little of that classic rock'n'roll with hints of mysticism and magic home.