Kindly ignore the clutter on the counter – the picture was taken while cooking – and notice the rail with the hooks and the door handles. All of these things came from Goldstein.
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I am so grateful for all the amazing links to websites of amazing Israeli décor stores. It’s opened my eyes to the wonderful shopping world beyond Ikea and Homecentre.
And I avowedly detest shopping. I now even want to go to the Dizengoff Centre (used to revile it as all that is wrong with Western Society, but that was an opinion I formed as an anit-establishment
14 year old). I want to buy some of those bright patterned serving spoons in the store on the top floor (forgotten the name) that has all the insanely bright stuff. I want to frame them and put them on my lounge wall. And usually only like sand colour and natural wood.
What has happened to me? Colour! Bring it on! Preferably accent colours of vibrant turquoise and hot pink. Husband thinks I’m on drugs. No! I’m addicted to décor.
I’ve been desperate to get out of Zichron and go to Neve Tzedek and check out Hafatzim, but I couldn’t muster the energy. One of my best friends suddenly announced she was coming on a flying visit. She obligingly booked into the Dan Panorama, just moments from the place of my dreams.
We had the best day together. It’s a wonderful place, and we ambled happily in and out of stores all day. We spent 2 hours having lunch and the whole day was bliss.
So thank you for your marvellous blog.
Keep it up,
I’m off to Goldstein next week, thanks to you! Any tips for parking in the area?
I would recommend going down Nahalat Binyamin and parking in the paid lot right by 4Chef if you don’t have a sticker for the area or the window thingies. Of course, I would then proceed to spend the day down there window shopping and going to the Levinsky spice market, but that’s just me 🙂