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Interior Design of a New Apartment by En Design Studio
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Eran Naim and Ori Donitz, the duo behind En Design Studio, designed the interior of this five-room apartment in Israel that was purchased new. Located in a 21-story building, the apartment lacked character (as many new apartments do!) so they were asked to create a younger, unique flavor.

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Beginning the project with shades of grey and white, they brought in color through furniture and details. The apartment lacked any separation between the entrance, main bedroom, and the kitchen, therefore, they decided to build a partition that incorporates shelving for additional storage and glass that still lets light pass through.

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The kitchen was overhauled to avoid a sea of whiteness. They selected a black oven and hood to contrast the white cabinets and walls. Black stools and pendants give the space a cohesive feel.

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In the kids room, a wall is covered with chalk paint for added fun.

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Photos by Yoav Peled Architecture Photography / Peled Studios.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.