Collection by Allie Weiss

Open-Plan, Personality-Filled Apartment in Tel Aviv

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Israeli interior designer Lauren Reik renovated a roughly 750-square-foot apartment that belonged to her great-grandmother, transforming it into an inviting, open-plan space filled with personal touches.

The main transformation involved removing all the interior walls, leaving behind an open-plan living, dining, and...
At the back of the living room sits a custom sofa that Reik designed.
Reik added greenery to the space by suspending a tree branch to the wall.
A blue Smeg refrigerator is the focal point of the kitchen.
On the other side of the apartment, a bedroom doubles as a workspace.
In the bathroom, Reik hand-made the tiles and also the blue glass cabinet that holds the sink.
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