Taking shape Ericsson Loft has been styled with an array of bold graphics and colours by the artistic host. As soon as you enter, you’ll find a wooden sliding door in the centre of the hallway. This takes you into the second bedroom (with a double bed), and to the left is a small office nook and a bathroom. The master bedroom is at the end of the hall. Here, mirrored nightstands reflect a patterned rug, and the queen-size bed is flanked by grey geometric lamps. The ensuite is also stylish, with subway-tiled walls and a pair of basins. Follow the star-print rug to the right from the front door, and you’ll enter the main space of the home, where things really come together. The kitchen is artfully decorated with a faux zebra rug and lacquered grey cabinets, and there’s a large L-shaped sofa in the sitting room, in front of a modern (and well-stocked) bookshelf. Whitewashed brick walls give way to glass doors, which open onto a pretty balcony.
Meet & Greet
This loft is on the second floor of an apartment building with no elevator.
One loveable cat lives at this home. She won't be around during your stay, but this home may not be suitable for people with allergies.