In honor of Curbed's first-ever Micro Week, we digitally scoured Airbnb for North America's most stylish short-term, small-space rentals. These pads prove that with the right inspiration, you don't really need much square footage in order to live big.
↑ Snag an entire floor in this ultramodern Grant Park, Atlanta loft home with moving walls for $200, and sleep securely nestled in its canopy of trees.
↑ For a piping hot $750 rental fee, sashay around this whimsical Texas "southern gothic" house in chilled-out Clarksville, Austin.
↑ Since higher powers have vacated the 650 square foot premises, anyone with $195 may seek refuge in this South Boston church loft.
↑ Here we have a Provincetown, Cape Cod cottage which, at $125 a night, looks resplendent in clean, coastal modern Americana.
↑ Become besties with your host in this Humboldt Park, Chicago share situation when you reserve your private bedroom in her cozy apartment for just $65 a day.
↑ The design destination of Corktown, Detroit hosts the rustic Honor & Folly inn, where for $165 you'll to light pouring in through original stained glass.
↑ This stacked three-bedroom Sag Harbor stunner is close the village, but for $430 a night, also offers guests rejuvenating immersion in its natural setting.
↑ There are various ways of dividing up this $500 Mount Washington, Los Angeles complex, which includes a main house and two adjacent bungalows, to accommodate numerous admirers of its regency-reminiscent decor.
↑ Just one family has owned this recently-renovated Brickell, Miami dwelling since 1948. For $190 you and yours can inhabit the three bedrooms within its quirky architectural patchwork.
↑ Wooden ceiling beams and spiffy new appliances define this sunny Le Plateau, Montreal garden chalet, all yours for a reasonable $65 reservation.
↑ Bicycles and a guard cat comes as welcome bonuses in this $72-a-night Faubourg St. Roch, New Orleans abode.
↑ Get your schmooze on with a friendly local in this chic East Village, New York duplex, where for $275 you can rent the airy top floor.
↑ For just $100 you can bunk in "The Rustic Modern Tiny House," a famous 350-square-foot King, Portland project that was featured on Tiny House Nation.
↑ We like it as is, but this Gaslamp, San Diego loft is currently undergoing renovations, which can work in the favor of thrifty travelers with a discount off the $198 nightly fee.
↑ The recycling amenities are in pretty close proximity to this Cole Valley, San Francisco apartment, but for just $145 a night you can pretend you're in Scandinavia instead.
↑ At this Minor, Seattle retreat, $50 buys a test drive for those guests seriously considering toile wallcoverings.
↑ For $56, bask in the warmth of this Downtown, Toronto living space that reflects the playful sensibility of its pupeteer inhabitant.
↑ The coolest thing about this West Vancouver home by architect Ned Pratt? For $195 you can reign over three-quarters of an acre and imagine you're in mid-century California or contemporary Japan.
↑ For $125, you can crash with the chill-seeming owners of this Northeast D.C. condo and admire their poppy decor.