Israel based designer and design journalist Limor Kohler completed the design of 14 guest rooms in Kibbutz Ortal, a special community in the genesis landscape of northern Israel.
These 14 rooms are the second phase of the renovation took place in the tourist area which consists of 42 rooms in total. This tourist area host group of tourists from all around the world who wants to visit the north of the country and to see the Kibbutz way of living.
The harmonious rooms were designed with the concept of a golden apple in a rustic style, which is one of the Kibbutz income resources, as they grow apple plantation.
The materials used in the room are mostly wood flavored with green and white colors in the furniture and textile, and golden touches in lighting and accessories for elegancy and warmth.
Room area: 25 Square meter
Interior designer: Limor Kohler www.facebook.com/lik...
Photographer: Adi Perez
Styling: Hagar Shamir
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The main sleeping area
The main sleepng area opens to the next room
The main sleeping area with a small sitting
A view to the small kitchen
Apple decor above the bed headboard
The entrance and kitchen
Tree wall hanging
Open shelf in the kitchen
Costume-made wallpaper with apple trees and a blackboard for notes
Mood lighting near the bedroom
The outdoors of the guest rooms
The headboard is made from cork board and painted wood