A bygone apartment dating back to the 70s stands in Tel Aviv, Israel. Having been constructed in excellent order and recently updated, it is no doubt in tip top shape.
Totaling 150 square meters, the interior setup got an exclusive makeover that separated it into 2 sections in 2016. Broken down and started from scratch, the revamping intended to accommodate the tastes of as many residents as possible by selecting simplistic and enduring colors, namely black and white as base tones.
The Public Zone:
Comprises the living room, kitchen, and dining space. Socializing will go smoothly with bright spacious areas rewarding each occupant with a very relaxed and pleasant impression of the custom-built walls and easy access to the utility room and balcony.
The Private Zone:
Involves 2 bedrooms, a family room, and 2 bathrooms. The monochrome preference characterizes the apartment with the combined presence of wood, iron, copper, and brass to inspire companionship as a whole.
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