Looking for an MCM rental in the Portland area? As an MCM hotspot, Portland is home to beautifully preserved structures from the period as well as contemporary dwellings with MCM-inspired accents.
That is great news if you are vacationing. Throughout the region are Portland MCM rentals where you can immerse yourself in mid century style. Here are some places to consider booking a stay the next time you are in the area.
Swank Mid Century Modern Portlandia Home | Beaverton, OR
You’ll find this MCM gem in Beaverton, which is a suburb of Portland. With its shallow roof pitch and slanted supports, it is instantly recognizable as an authentic ranch home from the 1960s.
The light-drenched interior is as stunning as the exterior. Hardwood floors, an open living room, and a kitchen featuring streamlined cabinets and appliances await. The house also features local artwork and Pendleton wool throws and blankets for an added touch of Pacific Northwest charm.
The rental includes the entire 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom house, so this divine MCM getaway is all yours. You can book a reservation on AirBnB.
#StayinMyDistrict Modern Mid Century Retreat | Beaverton, OR
If you liked the house above, you will love the #StayinMyDistrict Modern Mid Century Retreat, also in Beaverton. This three-bedroom, one-bathroom MCM retreat has been fully remodeled and refurbished. Bright, colorful furnishings and walls along with retro style artwork make for a vibrant, welcoming interior.
Book your stay at AirBnB.
Stylish 3B/2B Mid Century Ranch w Spacious Kitchen | Portland, OR
Here is another chance to stay in a mid century home in a convenient location. Owner Marta has remodeled and updated it, selecting MCM furnishings and materials to keep the home’s vintage appeal intact. At the same time, she has ensured that guests have all they need in the roomy kitchen, the generous laundry room, and the outdoor BBQ and dining area in the yard.
To stay in this three-bedroom, two-bathroom MCM rental, book with Marta on AirBnB.
Mid Century Modern Beauty | Lake Oswego, OR
If you want to stay in a scenic community just south of Portland, Lake Oswego is hard to beat. While you are enjoying all Lake Oswego has to offer, you have the opportunity to rest and recharge in an authentic Mid Century Modern house built in 1962. This spectacular rental boasts three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A dramatically inclined roof greets you as you approach the house along with a façade dominated by a wall of windows. These flood the spacious living room with natural light. You will also enjoy access to a large kitchen, a covered patio, a fire pit, and a lovely yard.
Book your reservation to stay in this Lake Oswego mid century rental on AirBnB.
Rad Daylight Basement in 1959 Split Level Ranch | Portland, OR
Next on our list of Portland MCM rentals is this beautifully-appointed retreat. Discussing the design concepts that went into the rental, host Matthew Griffes told us, “The house was built in 1959 and is a true mid century split level ranch. The rental space is located in the daylight basement and the design choices work off of the open layout, the wall-to-wall wood paneling (comprised of ancient Doug Fir), and the brickwork afforded by the fireplace.”
Book your reservation to stay in this 1959 ranch home at AirBnB.
HeartofHawthorne MidCentury Dream 95 WalkScore 3BR | Portland, OR
Finally, if you are looking for a place to stay in the eclectic neighborhood of Hawthorne, this “little slice of mid century heaven” as host Jordan describes it may be just the dreamy getaway you need. Local company Portland General Contracting LLC helped Jordan renovate this rental to “bring the mid century alive today.” Notable features include locally-manufactured hardwood floors and cabinets, modern appliances, gorgeous MCM furnishings, and a vintage teak record cabinet that serves as a vanity.
Book a stay at this little slice of MCM delight on AirBnB.
We hope you enjoyed this list of Portland MCM rentals. If you’re looking for more Mid Century Modern getaways, read on about “Mid Century Modern Hotels from Chicago, Portland and More.”