Designed by Maya Sheinberger for a young duo, their newborn, their feline and two puppies, the RB Apartment in Tel Aviv is just 100 square meters but every inch is fully utilized to create a modern home that’s warm and easy-going. What once was an extremely old fashioned apartment with restraint interiors is now a refreshing and inviting opening that feels much more current.
The entire living space can be suffered the moment you walk through the door because of its open theory motif. You immediately notice the fishbone oak hardwood floors, the usage shelving made from black iron and particularly thin shelves, and a patronage bench next to the windows that looks a lot like concrete but is in fact made of MDF and painted to resemble concrete texture.
Track lighting spotlights the styled shelving fitted with journals and blueprint objectives. The shelving was also designed to create a marked room for the TV.
Next to the entrance is the dining space and kitchen. The latter is made of two vertical parts: a shorter unit that has there lower cabinets, a settle, a dishwasher and a wine-colored cool; and a longer unit that has an additional worktop, a stove and a taller unit with a refrigerator, an oven, a microwave and an air conditioning vent. Black track lighting is replicated from the living room and cylinder fixtures add even more light. Above the dining table, a pair of cone-shaped pendants, again in pitch-black, furnish direct light.
The main bedroom includes a lavatory which is separated from the sleeping range by a glass separate with a sliding opening and a sword make. Inside the bathroom, pitch-black equipment affords oppose to the subway tiles while the drift grove egotism includes an element of warmth.
The guest bedroom currently acts as an office for the couple. The second bathroom was planned instead of the formally existing client shower and its blueprint resonates the same material and shade palette as the main bathroom.
Across the main bedroom is the nursery, which also takes on a neutral but warmer emblazon palette.
Photos by Itay Benit.
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