When we think of Grandma’s house, we immediately picture wicker chairs, floral pillows and vintage furniture that could crumble at any second. While it doesn’t suit everyone’s personal taste, millennials are purposely flocking to these Airbnb rentals in an attempt to channel their inner grandmillennial aesthetic.

So, what is a “grandmillennial”? Basically, it refers to millennials who have an affinity for home decor trends that the general public might consider outdated. (Think clashing patterns, unnecessary gold finishings and draped curtains that look straight out of another time period.) The grandmillennial aesthetic aims to rekindle memories of childhood, providing a sense of nostalgia and comfort that can only remind you of Grandma’s house.

Keep reading for seven Airbnb spots that will undoubtedly take you on a trip down memory lane (and perhaps inspire your next needlepoint project).

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1. Cottage on Hale

Location: Fredericksburg, Texas

Behold: The next best thing to your childhood bedroom.

Book it ($74 per night)

Historic 1820 s Plantation Home
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2. Historic 1820s Plantation Home

Location: Lafayette, Louisiana

A bedroom set fit for a grandma grandmillenial.

Book it ($600 per night)

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3. Deadwood's 1899 Inn: Maid's Room

Location: Deadwood, South Dakota

We can smell the home cooked bacon from here.

Book it ($53 per night)

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4. Charming Old Sea Captain's B&B

Location: Eastham, Massachusetts

That couch though.

Book it ($76 per night)

French Lux Balcony Overlooking Bourbon
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5. French Lux Balcony Overlooking Bourbon #3

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

An ideal fireplace for knitters, crafters and loungers.

Book it ($225 per night)

The Old Spanish Consulate Veranda Suite
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6. The Old Spanish Consulate Veranda Suite

Location: Pensacola, Florida

Did we mention it has a pool/spa?

Book it ($82 per night)

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7. Modern Victorian Inn

Location: Galveston, Texas

All we need is a 1,000-piece puzzle, and we’re in.

Book it ($49 per night)

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