Converted from an old Victorian tea warehouse, this home is now a picture of industrial-chic and stereotypical Shoreditch cool that will delight minimalist lovers. Stepping in to look around at the decor, you’ll notice the exposed brick wall, Scandi-style sofa and muted grey tones that make for a relaxing pad to return to. Light pours in through the windows, meaning even with a full house, the space feels a lot larger than it actually is. The day starts with morning coffee around the sleek breakfast bar, before finding a cosy spot to read in the blue velvet upholstery. Perhaps, you’re here to work at home – find a dedicated study space in the master bedroom to power through during your stay – here, you’ll find whitewashed walls, tasteful abstract artwork and a generally appealing look. Outside, you’re located in the heart of East London, just a seventeen-minute stroll from the trendy Shoreditch High Street and its many lively restaurants, hip bars and typically British pubs. The buzzing location means some noise can be heard in the home, but the bedrooms are quieter as they are tucked away in the back – perfect for those looking for a calming place to call home in the heart of town.