Slick and stylish
Blandford Street III is a sharp contrast to Marylebone’s prettiness. Up on the fourth floor, you enter straight into the open-plan living area. First up here is the kitchen, which has sleek white cabinets and countertops, and a table set with cool yellow chairs. That leads into a sitting area with pale-grey walls, wood floors (partly covered by a blue-and-white rug) and, at the far end, wide windows. A clean-cut sofa and armchair sit beside this room’s coffee table, facing its flatscreen television.
Of the two doors to the right of the open-plan living area, the first takes you through to the geometric-papered bathroom, where there’s a shower. And then the second door leads to the master bedroom. Decorated in shades of grey, this understated room has a double bed and just a few dainty details – a floral blind and artwork, and a decorative mirror.