I mentioned on Monday that I took a lot of photos of Tel Aviv potter Ziva Hasson’s amazing apartment. As such I couldn’t stick them all in one post. Well, this is part 2 – the front and back balconies, guest bathroom, and office / guest room.
The slate gray tile of the apartment is continued straight out onto the front patio. Notice the size of the tile is quite large. Having the tile continue outside gives a flow to the apartment and turns the front patio into an outside room.
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Photo by Better Homes and Gardens
Small spaces can produce big rewards when it comes to decorating. Although the photo above is a bit odd with that shelf sticking out, adding a side bench to a dining area creates more seating and aesthetic punch. I have spent many years in apartment dwellings and in a sense “small space” has become my middle name.
Chinoiserie Secretary by Matrha Stewart
My practice as a Feng Shui consultant often brings me to the great challenge of “how to hide that darn T.V”. Most people have the television openly displayed in whichever room it lives in. Over and over, like a broken record; I recommend that the television be stored away in a decorative cabinet like the one from The martha Stewart with Bernhardt collection shown above.
Post publishing edit: I published this over a year ago…
The January 2008 Ethan Allen look book has an office…