I have had a love / hate relationship with Hafatzim since starting this blog. I love their style and their products – but hated the sales people I had the misfortune of coming into contact with in their Neve Tzedek store.
So you have no idea how awkward it was for me when I met the owner this past Friday. My husband had written a very sweet post about them on the Hebrew Tchochkes and sent a link to the owner. She then posted a link to Tchochkes.co.il in their magazine.
Yehudit, the owner, is absolutely adorable, sweet, warm, and as fabulous as the designs her store contains. If only she could find people as wonderful as she to work in her store.
The sale is up to 40% off on various furniture and accessory items. Hafatzim isn’t cheap, so buying on sale is highly recommended. Also, they change their products regularly, so if you fall in love with something – buy it now.
I’m still regretting not buying this amazing light blue teapot they had which could easily hold 6 or 7 cups and was just huge, gorgeous, and fabulous. It was over 200NIS and we had just put every grushim (penny) we had into buying our house – so things like that were not a priority. Silly me. Can’t get the teapot out of my head and they no longer make it.
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