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Any grades? To get her a perfect home, you will have to pass a test - voila! Home and design


Designer Roni Shani Feldstein's working method begins with a short test that her clients have to pass - is it effective? Look at the crazy house she designed for them and judge for yourself

A monochromatic color palette with exceptions in powder pink and a little blue in the living room.

House in Soran, design: Roni Shani Feldstein (photo: Oren Amos)

A power wall with black-and-white pictures and touches of gold, and a black iron chest that adds more materiality and interest to the space (photo: Oren Amos)

The project:

a 6-room private house in Zoran


320 square meters built


couple + 3

Interior design:

Studio Roni Shani

Every designer has his own ways of adjusting to the exact taste and style for his clients, but we have not heard of a designer who conducts a test for her clients. Don't stress, it's not a test you need to prepare for, but its results, at least according to Roni Shani Feldstein, make her work much more effective.

"Sharon and Roy approached me after they bought the house from a contractor, the division of the house was built at the level of the skeleton, but it was important for them to pour character and beauty into the space and create a warm family atmosphere. After several introductory conversations to understand the needs, I introduced them to the 'taste test', a working method that we developed In the studio over the years, as part of which we have presented them with a variety of design styles that we like from our selection of projects, and of course some directions that we think are the most right for them, in this way we have created a dialogue that is based on photos and allows us to understand exactly what they like and what they don't like," explains the designer.

"We started with a gorgeous kitchen design - modern and clean with dominant marble."

The kitchen (photo: Oren Amos)

A rectangular island and a round dining area create a geometric game in space (Photo: Oren Amos)

The gray marble with the white veins boosts the visibility of the white kitchen (photo: Oren Amos)

"We got down to the details, we heard what excites them, what excites them and what less, and we understood exactly what they wanted. We understood that they dream of a modern, clean and up-to-date style home that they will be comfortable in for years, a home with an open space. Not cluttered with items, but full in content".

After these initial conversations that helped the designer and her studio team understand what the general design concept is suitable for this project, the next step came - to translate all of this into a unique and detailed plan.

"We returned to the office, sat and thought, when in front of us were the selected photos, from which we now have to go out and create something different, because the idea was just to understand the desires and dreams, and create something special just for them."

Pretty early on, Feldstein realized that the walls were the place where she could play, go wild and introduce interesting design twists to the house.

Her program included special attention to the walls, where each space received attention and treatment in a slightly different way: wallpapers, games of geometric shapes, patterns, coverings and more.

For the flooring in the house, warm wood parquet and a monochromatic color palette of white, gray and black were chosen with touches of color in the public space and guest services.

"We started with a gorgeous kitchen design - modern and clean with dominant gray marble with white veins, which makes it pop," says the designer.

In the center of the kitchen stands a white island that was custom designed and designed for the needs of the family and next to it, a wall with black and white pictures and touches of gold, a black iron chest that adds more materiality and interest to the space.

A combination of two contrasting materials - wooden bars and marble-like cladding on the TV wall in the living room (photo: Oren Amos)

The walls are the place to go crazy - a royal blue wall in the guest bathroom (photo: Oren Amos)

"The dining area we chose for the apartment is a round dining area in black color, the idea was to create a connection and maintain a uniform language between all the spaces of the house, as well as to maintain space as requested. The horizontal island next to a round dining area created a game of geometry in the space when in the background and white curtains that strengthen the The meticulous style brings in warmth and peace, an airy and uncluttered feeling that is inviting and pleasant," explains Feldstein.

In the living room, it was decided to deviate a little from the monochromatic palette of the house and combine soft shades of powder pink with a pampering armchair and decorative pillows.

Touches of blue tones come from the art on the walls.

The TV wall in front of the sofa is for the treatment of two different and contrasting materials: wooden bars and a marble-like wall covering.

An element that created a wall full of presence and style.

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Delicate geometric wallpaper (photo: Oren Amos)

A bed upholstered in gray fabric and drapes.

The parents' room (photo: Oren Amos)

Symmetry and uniformity in the design language.

Two identical glass doors in the master bedroom that lead to the bathrooms and closets (photo: Oren Amos)

Parents' shower (photo: Oren Amos)

Visitors to the guest services are treated to a surprise in the form of a wall painted in a royal blue shade at the top.

Looking down you will discover different tiles in gray and white prints on the floor.

The combination creates a surprising and very different space from the rest of the house, but at the same time it fits the design language, the general colors and creates interest.

The master bedroom has two glass doors, one leads to the bathroom and the other to the closet.

The doors create symmetry and uniformity in the design language.

Opposite the wall where the doors were set, the bed is located, in the background of which is a light and minimalist geometric wallpaper with a subtle and not overpowering pattern.

The bed is made of fabric, and blends harmoniously and precisely with the parquet floor (which was laid on the entire floor), and the white curtains that descend from the ceiling to the floor on both walls of the room and bring a lot of softness and pleasantness into the space.

A minimalist and relaxing design that can grow with the children.

Children's room (Photo: Oren Amos)

It will always be possible to play with the colors with the help of the textile items and accessories.

Children's room (Photo: Oren Amos)

Pattern games.

Painted tiles in a children's shower (photo: Oren Amos)

In the children's rooms, delicate wallpapers were pasted in the same geometric language and colors of the house.

A black iron bed, a wooden table combined with straw and a large white closet complete the minimalist and relaxing design in the rooms.

The design of the rooms is based on the expectation that the children can continue to grow and develop together with the room.

The furniture and wallpapers chosen are suitable for any age, and it will always be possible to change the colors by changing clothing items and accessories when they grow or they just want to color and change.

Additional credits and suppliers:

  • Ceramics and parquet: AA Ceramics

  • Lighting: Thomas

  • Furniture: seal, koala

  • Marble: Perbital

  • Art: Gallery 1of135

  • Carpets: The red carpet

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Source: walla

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