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HOME TOUR: Ilanit’s Airy Apartment | Chedva | September 19, 2011

Ilanit de Vries' apartment in Tel Aviv. Photographed by Solal Fakiel.

These photos look as if they were pinned here from an European version of Elle Decor, right? But this airy, industrial, vintage goodness comes from my friend Ilanit’s apartment in Tel Aviv. Ilanit lived in the Netherlands for 18 years, which I think shows in her design of this space. These photos were part of an article I wrote and produced for GOstyle about the way designers and gallery owners decorate their own homes.

I decided to post it today, however, for another reason that makes me very happy. Did you notice the letters on Ilanit’s entry wall in the first photo? Maybe you use typography in your own home? That’s great, because tonight at 7pm est Candy of Art of the Spa is hosting a special Rooms and Words tweet party: the first half will be dedicated to a chat about using text in decor (like letters, momograms etc) and the other half will be a party celebrating this very blogazine you’re reading right now. You can get all the details right here or just search hashtag #spahouseparty. I hope to see you there!


pssst… Not on Twitter? On it but never tweeted? This fun chart will show you the ropes.

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7 comments to the post

  1. amy b.s. says:

    i am loving the ladder for some reason!

  2. Love the chairs and the stol,the wheels under the table. Where can I buy the letters on the wall?
    Like the whole apartment.Cozy in a trendy way…..
    Love to see more of what you got.
    /Linda Trendlight

  3. tiina says:

    beautiful! i was sure this apartment was scandinavian :) i can’t wait to explore more of your gorgeous site!

    xo, tiina from stockholm

    elcestockholm – the shop
    elcestockholm – the blog

  4. […] don’t take on projects where I can’t design everything from A to Z, not because I feel superior – this kind of projects doesn’t interest me. I want to do […]

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