Despite all its legal troubles, Airbnb sure has warmed people up to the idea of managing short-term rentals. Case in point: some folks in Budapest, Hungary enlisted local firm Position Collective to create a small pad specifically for renting out to tourists. Named Air B N' P (it's unclear what the "P" stands for), the compact space, as you might expect, packs in many space-saving tricks deployed in other ingenious tiny urban apartments. This means an elevated bed with storage underneath, an entire wall of plywood pegboard shelving for both the sleeping and kitchen areas, and a floating clothing rack. We certainly wouldn't mind stopping here on a future trip to the Hungarian capital.
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