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Wanna know what a Chris & Claude Co. original space feels like? Our Airbnbs are our showrooms- displaying our creativity, skills & design styles. Book your stay!

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ode to the 70's house

This newly renovated 4 bedroom, 2 bath home is furnished with some of our favorite vintage & modern pieces – in honor of the past & in the joy of creating spaces that inspire creativity & life. Its unique character might remind you of your grandma’s house, but will most definitely invite you to relax, inspire you to explore and keep you wondering what’s around the corner. 

This one is near and dear to our hearts. So sit back on that yellow floral couch and enjoy your family and friends.

THE industrial inspired attic

We highly recommend this eclectic & inspirational house to writers, artists and musicians. It is located along busy Rt. 322 in the unique, little town of Honey Brook.

This darling studio-sized loft apartment was custom designed by my husband and I, with much help from dear family and friends. And guess what- it has even been the location of an Urban Outfitters Photoshoot. This Loft includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom & bathroom. We’re proud of this authentic & enchanting, industrial styled space. We’ve decorated it with natural & organic elements, including textured, raw wall which gives one the feeling of being tucked away in a fairy tale.

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the railroad master’s home

This home is a creative space designed for beauty seekers, families, workshops, creatives and friends! Boasting a brand new renovation, this space has 4 private bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, a large, fully stocked kitchen, gorgeous raw wood dining room & a leather couched area for living it up.

This 1800’s Railroad House is chock full of fun & unexpected pops. It’s the perfect balance of whimsical and raw with old and new architecture. Created by creatives, for creatives.


The Freedom House is a 5 bedroom, 2 bath, 3300+ SF masterpiece located in the beautiful rivertown of Columbia, PA. Built in 1876 by a Civil War survivor – William Hougentogler – is next to the Mount Bethel Cemetery (1730), and one block’s walk from the library, park, and exciting eateries, antique shops, boutiques, gift shops, micro-breweries, and artisan shops where you can enjoy endless local fare.

The home’s underground partial tunnel and secret attic room behind a false bookcase have locals wondering if there is any Underground Railroad history connected with the home, but that is yet to be verified.

“Best Airbnb place I have ever stayed at... totally blew me away and I am coming back for more!”