Coram's Fields sits snugly on the corner of a Regency square, within walking distance of Islington's restaurants and Bloomsbury's museums. There's a white-tiled bathroom to the right of the front door, and directly ahead is the sitting room. It's cultured and comfy, with African artwork on the walls, Russian ornaments on the shelves and, opposite, a purple sofa topped with cushions. There's a scenic view from the writing desk too it's tucked beside a period sash window.
Dark wooden flooring continues into the kitchen, on the right, which has a red-tiled splashback and a breakfast bar with a pair of barstools. To the left of the sitting room (via twin sets of glazed double doors) is the bedroom. It's all the more comfortable for a fuzzy rug, a floral feature wall and a double bed surrounded by silk bed curtains.