Sitting on the edge of North Laine’s, this quirky home pays homage to the artistic eccentricity of the area in a really beautiful and understated way. Look at the graffiti mural in the open living space as one example – countered by the sleek kitchen, gold touches, and dark colour palette the space feels cleverly composed and the statement wall makes for a pretty nice photo backdrop, too. The bathroom is another example of where you can see the practised restraint with which this entire home has been put together to feel fun, but never to overwhelm the senses.
Explore the area by heading towards the beach and stopping off at any of the coffee bars that catch your eye. Spend the day eating ice cream, dipping your toe in at low tide, playing the arcade games on the pier, and enjoying drinks at any one of the pubs or bars – don't forget to stop off at the Royal Pavilion on the walk back. After a soak in the clawfoot bath, tuck yourself in early with a good book – opening the skylight to infuse the space with some of the Brighton sea air.
Home truths: *Parking in Brighton can be tricky, so we recommend sticking to the easily accessible public transport where possible – though we think the best way to see the city is on foot
*At full occupancy, two guests will be sleeping on the pull-out bed in the living area
*This home is spread over two floors, with no internal lift
*You'll have your own private entrance here