Gavriel is overflowing with pretty. It oozes from the place and fills you with light sweet joy from the moment you step inside. Ok, maybe it doesn’t do that – but there’s some seriously great eye candy in this place.
Isn’t that just gaspingly gorgeous? The only thing I would change is the flowers – they are fake. But you can’t tell that in the photos so it works.
The denim covered helmet and leather gloves are props on the chair. It would make more sense, for me at least, to have the seat cushion out of the lighter fabric and the pieces which can’t be thrown into the laundry made out of the darker fabric. But I love the chair, regardless and understand the logic behind the decision. I’m sure the designer doesn’t have small hands all over his sofas at home and only has to worry about crumbs falling.
Love the white.
A properly made bed. There are a few here and they are all utterly amazing. They have European size square pillows so you can actually make a nice looking bed. How lovely is this – seriously?
Tuscan yellow accessories.
Classic farmhouse chairs.
Even the beige is interesting.
I love the floorlamps, but beware the metal shade when the light is on… ouch.
Fake flowers, cute vessel. Ignoring the flowers.
Gavriel – near Susanna on Shabazi 13 in Neve Tzedek, south Tel Aviv.
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looks very nice. Where is it?
On Shabazi in Neve Tzedek in Tel Aviv, right down the road from Suzanna (by Suzanne Dellal)
btw, id design’s website has both a tabletop version and floorlamp version of that clamshell lamp…