Like all truly cool places, this home makes it look enviably easy. Slick, contemporary interiors combine with swathes of glass and comfy furnishings, to create an inviting city pad that reflects its hip, urban surroundings. An open-plan living room and kitchen pairs exposed brick walls and quirky furniture, with plush pastel sofas and prodigious houseplants, creating a fun, relaxed space for you to cook and unwind in. And if you have to interrupt the unwinding with some remote working, there's a handy extra screen to connect to your laptop. The bedrooms bask in the light pouring through an abundance of sweeping windows, although floor-length shutters, triple glazing, and that London rarity - a ceiling fan, still make for an unbeatable night's sleep. The principal bedroom possibly has the edge, with a walk-in wardrobe plus ensuite, but it's tough picking a favourite here.
A balcony, naturally. But in this case, it's also the communal architecture. A shining example of industrial chic, with smart red brick façade, large windows, and an impressive atrium, illuminated by a high glass ceiling and pendant lighting. When in Rome...(or Hackney).
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