Creative first apartment design in Tel Aviv Israel

When moving in a new apartment, especially when it’s the first time you’re doing that with your loved one, is a very important decision. You obviously want the best and you try to find a place that would be your dream home. However, for Ron, a design student from Tel Aviv, it wasn’t like that. When he first bough their first apartment with his girlfriend, it didn’t look like a dream home at all. That’s because it didn’t have to. Ron was ready to redesign the place together with his girlfriend.

We already knew he was a design student. What we didn’t know was that he had such a creative mind and such talent. In the process of redesigning the apartment, they tore down the walls in the kitchen in order to open it up to the living room and dining area, obtaining a larger space. The bedroom was also enlarged by closing an indoor balcony. Most of the items you see were personally designed and built by Ron. One very interesting and creative detail is the wall clock. Also, the cat play area is an eye-catching element.

Ron and his girlfriend now have a modern and cozy home and they can proudly say that they did all the work. Ron himself built the large wall clock, the floating unit below the TV, the round table together with the chairs, the pipe lamp, the cat playing area, the wooden bar, the original faucet in the bathroom, the lighting fixture in the living room as well as the bed and side table from the bedroom. This design student doesn’t even need a CV now. He can just take some pictures of his home and he’ll be hired in no time.{found on desiretoinspire}

Published by in Apartments, on August 24th, 2011



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