The house renovation is usually a project as complex and ambitious as it is fascinating when you discover the result. Unlike a building that starts from scratch, the renovation requires more thought and considerations that differ in each project.
In this case, it's a really exciting renovation project. The house is in a moshav in the Sharon Plain in Israel.
Renovation house that has preserved old wooden beams
Originally, the house was built in 1951 for a family of Jewish emigrants from Libya. At the time, the house was tiny, as was typical for all the houses of the time. But over the years, the house has expanded with the family that grew up. The latter house renovation was carried out by Rotem Guy , for two new owners: a cook and a designer.
sliding doors open onto a furnished terrace
Rotem Guy took care to redecorate the interior with a particular taste for the eclectic decor . Several decades old features have been preserved to give the house an authentic and rustic look. The ceiling above the living room is decorated with wooden beams that come from the old house. Old shelves have also been incorporated into the decor and are now used as simple and rustic bookcase furniture. The new interior also includes a home office and a furnished terrace. A real transformation as we love them!
open space kitchen industrial and rustic style
open and spacious interior with rustic bookcase furniture
beautiful kitchen dotted with bright accents
home office with apple green blinds
the cork headboard extends around the bedroom
room with eclectic decor and tiled floor
the parquet floor is an index of the change of spaces