Once upon a time every home in Israel had terrazzo floors. Now one only sees them in a space begging for renovation. One thing I love about Sigal’s home is how they made the old terrazzo tiles into a modern design feature. Notice the hand-painted tiles cut into the space.
We’ve had our granite porceline tile for 6 years now and some places look better than others. You have to take a jackhammer to terrazzo if you want to chip it. I can see why it was so popular, as it is infinitely more practical.
This is a large airy home filled with small intimate spaces. The TV area, below, is seperate from a shanti sitting area (closer to the back doors).
Sigal keeps her walls neutral so that her art is the main focus.
The kitchen is filled with creative constrained chaos – one of my favorite looks. You can see that this is a home of people who use their kitchen.
Every possible space available for shelves is used.
And more art, plus their collections from abroad…
Shira Abel is the CEO and founder of Hunter & Bard, an award-winning public relations and design agency that works with scale-ups and enterprises on building their brand, awareness and thought leadership.
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