It might be halfway between Bond Street and Baker Street, but all is calm when you step inside Thayer Street. Three floors up, the front door opens into the sitting room, which has shuttered windows and a calm white palette. The kitchen, on the left, is open plan, with simple wooden floorboards and a glass-topped dining table. Artwork decorates the walls, and the shelves at the end display books, crockery and photography.
The wooden floor continues into the second bedroom, which is decorated with a white-and-wood colour scheme. Just as understated is the bathroom, and next door you'll come to the master bedroom. Here, as in the sitting room, artworks stand out again gallery-white walls. A monochrome photograph in the ensuite keeps things feeling cool in there too.