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Carefully Curated Art Collection Enlivens Stylish Penthouse In Jerusalem

There are those who stick to definite themes and definitive styles in an ardent fashion, and then those who love to craft up an eclectic style of their own. The owner of this colorful and vivacious penthouse apartment in the Talbia neighborhood of Israel definitely is a part of the latter group. Located in what is arguably the most expensive and sough-after locality in all of the country, this cool apartment gives us a fresh take on individualized global style. Having traveled extensively, the landlady wanted a design and decor that reflected her life’s adventures and incorporated the extensive art collection that she owned.

That is precisely the look Gali Ganach Interior Design delivered with effortless ease and plenty of panache. The entire apartment assumes an open living plan with sliding glass doors being used to separate the main bedroom and the twin balconies from the living area. The small living room is luxurious, comfy and has an art gallery vibe to it, thanks to the presence of some gorgeous artifacts.

Grey and white are coupled with golden metallic hues to deliver an understated yet exuberant look. On the right is a relatively spacious modern kitchen, along with a beautiful dining area that is lit up by the iconic Arco floor lamp.

Sliding doors open up to reveal a relaxing bedroom that is adorned with bamboo cabinets and is clad in neutral hues. While the larger of the two balconies is connected to the living room, the smaller one can be accessed from the elegant guest room. Both offer some beautiful views of Jerusalem, which include the residences of the country’s prime minister and president as well!

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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