A Modern Apartment at Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv by Dori Design

This is a 2-bedroom, 90 sqm apartment located at Rothschild Boulevard, the heart of Tel Aviv financial district.

The apartment is housed in a building originally built in 1938, and Dori Interior Design has renovated this unit into a contemporary home that exudes simple elegance by mixing and contrasting materials like exposed concrete beams against the classy herringbone wood flooring and modern clean-lined furniture.

A space that feels fresh and effortless.

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Parisian Chic Apartment by Camille Hermand Architectures (Part 1/3)

The Parisian apartment décor style is always a mix of old and new. Ornate moldings and herringbone hardwood floor that come original with the buildings, juxtaposed against modern furniture and vintage pieces from the flea market, creating a space that is eclectic and personal.

Colour wise – white and grey are usually the key colours. But you will also find mustard yellow, minty green, electric blue or bright red being used as accent colour in draperies, kitchen backsplash or the bespoke carpentries, adding characters to the space.

Today, I’m sharing a few projects from the Paris-based Camille Hermand Architectures, which all look effortlessly chic and stylish.

♥♥ Bonne Nouvelle – A family apartment in 10th District of Paris ♥♥

What I like about the apartment:

  • The glass partition with black metal frame that separates the kitchen and the living area
  • The white & blue subway tiles in the bathroom – Subway tiles are currently a hit in Singapore home, consider the dual colour combinations to give a fresher look!
  • The no frills wardrobe design, but clad in colours that set the tone of the bedroom








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A Modern Paris Apartment in Taiwan – by Folk Design 馥閣設計

This apartment of a young couple is designed by one of my favorite design studio in Taiwan, Folk Design.

A combination of materials – natural stone, metal work and wood tiles was used for the TV feature wall. The tone of the wood tiles adds warmth to the space.


The wall between living area and kitchen was demolished and replaced with tinted glass to allow more natural light coming in and yet maintain the cosy and intimate tone of the apartment.

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