My neighbors, Deborah and Roni decided to renovate one of their apartments which had not been touched for 30 years. After gutting the place and adding all new features, windows, kitchen appliances, window treatments, you name it they did it, it still needed that “lived in touch”. I call this process “room tweaking”.
After a few more visits to the flea market, Ace (silk pillows) and Home Center(sisal floor covering), we finally achieved the look and feel we wanted for a very affordable price.
Tip: Deborah went the extra mile and had some family generated art framed nicely at “Touch Wood”, a framing shop in Tel Aviv. This finishing touch made all the difference to personalize this space.
The bathroom was already beautiful in all white. All it needed was a few “tweaks” to make it feel alive. Deborah added the colorful towels and on my suggestion for good “Feng Shui” the round mirror above the sink.
Here are a few more photos of this apartment which they rent out to visiting guests on a weekly basis.
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Shown here are the master bedroom and kitchen.