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You can stay—and shop—at this chic Montauk bungalow

Designer Robert McKinley’s rental is an IRL catalog 

House with open plan layout Nicole Franzen

Why shop in a store when you can shop in an artfully decorated bungalow on the beach? For the second year in a row, interior designer Robert McKinley has set up shop in Montauk, where he’s filled a rentable home with curated goods from the likes of Hay, Floyd, and Blu Dot.

Living room with vaulted ceiling Nicole Franzen

McKinley, who is known for his relaxed-yet-chic interior style, outfitted the 2,400-square-foot refurbished bungalow with an appropriately beachy vibe. The home’s spacious living room flows into the kitchen and dining area, where a simple wood Hay table anchors the room. A sunset colored tapestry from Aelfie hangs in the background, giving the stark white walls a bit of color.

Bedroom with white walls and wicker chair Nicole Franzen

The four bedrooms sport Floyd bed frames, Blu Dot dressers, and bedding from fellow direct-to-consumer brand Wright. If it all sounds like a shoppable Instagram post come to life, you’d be absolutely correct. Most everything in the house is purchasable down to the smart lock on the door.

If you’re interested in booking the house-meets-catalog, rates start at $1,700 per night–furniture not included.

Room with green walls Nicole Franzen