Tucked away at the end of on one of Beirut's oldest streets, lies the minimalist's dream space. Fusion of simplicity and style, this apartment I enjoyed during my first days in the city, seamlessly mixes modern touches with old Lebanese charm. From the metal frame wardrobe wrack to the untouched an lightly stained concrete floors, the bedroom's no fuss aesthetic provided much respite against my chaotic move.
The living area with it's beautiful tiled floors and high ceilings, bathed in an endless supply of light in the spring sun. With a quiet corner, hammack included, a lounge area and large dining room space, this Lebanese home undoubtedly lived up to my expectations.