Home Depot marks another achievement off their to-do list, joining Vrbo to transform a short-term rental.

The 4,000-square-foot rental home can be found in the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts. The property has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a patio overlooking a lake. The furnishings and decor include pieces from The Home Depot’s own brands, including Home Decorators Collection, StyleWell and The Company Store.

Guests can enjoy waterfront views of Laurel Lake from every room in the house. And the rental is minutes from hiking trials, local shops, parks and more — making it an ideal destination for fall and winter activities.

“Making upgrades to any home or rental property with furniture, wall art, wallpaper and textiles can truly change its personality without the need for a major renovation,” said Corinne Bentzen, general manager for The Home Depot Home, in a press release.

Home Depot partnered with influencers like Holly and Brad Lauritzen (Our Faux Farmhouse), Fariha Nasir (Pennies for a Fortune) and Danielle Guerrero (Our Nest on Powell) to reshape and revive the entrance, patio, kitchen, living areas and guest rooms. To explore the rental and shop the looks, click here.

In addition to creating the one-of-a-kind home transformation project, The Hope Depot will also make donations of unused furniture, housewares and decor to nonprofit organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Safe Haven Family Shelter, Oasis Center and others.

“Through the makeover of a vacation rental in the Berkshires, we’re excited to showcase just how impactful these easy and attainable home updates, from fresh bedding and throws to functional seating, can be for travelers and property owners,” added Bentzen.

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