You know when you're out in the swankiest of cocktail bars and think: "I love this place! I wish I could live here..." Now imagine that you have the keys to this place. Because this place - with its hip décor, faux-leather floors, central London location and balcony with Mayfair views - is yours for £625 per week... and you never have to leave.
This tiny London flat is being reported as one of the smallest to ever hit the market in Mayfair, central London. What it lacks in square-meterage, though, it more than makes up for in uniqueness and high-concept style. The interior design choices - from the richly veined black marble bar and dark ceiling to the gilt touches and shots of icy blue - all create an environment that is commercial on the surface, but warm at heart.
With the lines blurring between retail and domestic design ideals - think about the deluge of open-plan homes and the glut of bars that offer beds as seating - it's no wonder the merger of chic watering hole and comfortable home have come together in this way.
Believe it or not, this is a fully functioning flat with kitchen amenities (hidden behind the bar), an equally stylish bathroom that reflects the cocktail-bar aesthetic (without ever having to queue for it) and a compact outdoor space.
Ready to take up private membership? The flat is currently on the market via Wetherell.
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