25/01/2017
A magical dream.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Pantone is continuing to make your wildest colour fantasies come true. Following local collaborations with Gorman and Kester Black, the company has teamed up with Airbnb on a house decked out with its Color of the Year, Greenery.

Situated in Clerkenwell, London, the newly-renovated, two-storey flat is hosted by Pantone.

The sustainable space was designed to bring the outside in and sees the use of recycled materials throughout. As expected, there's also a forest's worth of indoor greenery.

Aside from lapping up the luxury, a stay at the flat offers guests the chance to participate in several activities, including a botanist-led class about the various plants in the house; a wallpaper painting class; a lesson on making gin from scratch; and a running session with a trainer.

The flat is available to book from January 27, for around $330 AUD per night. All proceeds from bookings will go to AIGA, the professional association for design.

airbnb.co.uk

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