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Quirky And Hip Apartment In Central Tel Aviv

Located behind Rabin Square in central Tel Aviv, this apartment is the perfect home for a young couple or even for a bachelor. It benefits from a wonderful location, with 24 hour restaurants, bars and supermarkets nearby and with a modern and hip interior.

The apartment is situated on the second floor of the building and it has views over the rear courtyard. It’s a quiet and simple space although the interior might seem a little sophisticated at first. In total, the apartment has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a lounge area and a balcony. The interior is an interesting mix of color and different materials.

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Each room has character and, overall, the apartment is very quirky and bold. The interior design seems high tech and quite sophisticated but, in fact, it’s actually very simple and suitable for a convenient lifestyle. The wooden floors extend onto the walls in the living area and in the kitchen and a cohesive and warm décor is thus created.

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There’s a nice sense of openness in this apartment. The bedrooms have sliding walls and they can either become a part of the main living space or become private. The mix of materials and textures used for the interior design keeps the eye busy. For example, the wood used for the floors and walls is the living area is not the same with the one used in the bathroom, for example, where the décor is a little more rustic. Also, each function has its own type of interior décor and its own color palette.{fund on site}.

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Posted in Apartments on August 30, 2013

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