Collection by Heather Corcoran

Simplicity Squared: Two Simple Boxes Make Up This Stripped-Down Home in an Israeli Artists' Village

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In the arty enclave of Ein Hod, Israel, young interior design firm En Studio creates a serene space that's pared down to the essentials.

In Ein Hod, an artists' village founded in northern Israel the 1950s, Ori Dunetz and Eran Naim of EN Design Studio were...
Furnishings were chosen from SAGA TLV, a gallery that serves as a "hothouse" for Israeli art and design.
Natural oak and stone are used throughout the house to enhance the soothing atmosphere.
To save money on the renovation, the designers repurposed the homeowners' original furniture.
The kitchen continues the theme of warm colors and natural oak, with an accent of cool blue on the window.
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