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Father's house: a manly villa in Omer designed for a divorced man in episode 2 - voila! Home and design

2023-01-24T04:56:22.820Z


A divorced man in his 50s who is in Chapter B asked for a modern and masculine home that would also be comfortable for his four children. The color of the house is brought in by the inviting turquoise pool that can be seen from the windows of the house


He asked for a modern, orderly and inviting home for himself and his children.

The house was designed in shades of gray and in a clean style (photo: Maor Moyal)

"The pool is made of mosaic in gray tones with spotlights that absorb the sun's rays and are reflected in the water, which gives them an exotic aqua hue" (Photo: Maor Moyal)

The project:

construction of a new house in the settlement of Omer


Tenants:

a man in his 50s and his four children


Area:

300 square meters built on a plot of 600 square meters


Interior design:

Rinat Kinan


Cabinets:

'Dalkov' in the



construction of the second house of a businessman from the settlement of Omer in the Negev, It was important to him to create a kingdom that would suit his needs in the second chapter of his life.

He wanted a masculine and modern home that would be convenient for working from home and inviting for his three adult children and 10-year-old daughter.

The house spans two floors - an entrance floor and a basement floor.

On the entrance floor are located the living room, the kitchen, guest services, a master suite and a suite for the young daughter.

On the basement floor there are three bedrooms for the adult children, a family area, a kitchenette, a bathroom and an English garden.

A wall covered with natural straw wallpaper in a greyish beige shade, a black metal console and sculptural lighting fixtures.

The entrance hall (photo: Maor Moyal)

The older children were given private rooms on the basement floor.

One of the bathrooms (Photo: Maor Moyal)

A luxurious and elegant feeling.

Guest toilets lined with pressed tiles (Photo: Maor Moyal)

"Already at our first meeting, the client asked for a very modern and spacious home that would be very practical, tidy and comfortable. Since he works most of the time from home, he wanted a pleasant and comfortable environment," says interior designer Rinat Keenan.

The entire house was designed in gray and black tones with touches of rust and already upon entering the house you can notice the clean and modern design line.

The flooring chosen for the whole house is concrete-like tiles, measuring one meter by one meter.



The wall of the entrance hall was covered with natural straw wallpaper in gray-beige color and next to it a large iron console with a marble surface.

The kitchen, which is mainly used for sitting and less for cooking, was designed in the shape of a R.

Its facades are painted black with touches of walnut wood that give warmth.

The surface chosen for the kitchen is a light gray porcelain granite with touches of rust (sort of).

In the middle of the kitchen stands an island with the same surface and black bar stools were placed on both sides of it.



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The dining area is between the kitchen and the living room.

A long table suitable for entertaining (Photo: Maor Moyal)

They don't often cook there, but they do host and eat here often.

The kitchen (photo: Maor Moyal)

The dining area was placed between the kitchen and the living room: the table chosen in dark brown and rust tones opened to a size of 4.40 meters.

"The owner of the house doesn't often cook, but he does often host family and friends. That's why it was important to him that the kitchen and dining area have enough seating. He also often works from the kitchen, so it was important to him to have a comfortable and inviting space," explains the designer.



The living room continues the design line of the house and has a bright corner sofa and behind it a wall of power covered with wallpaper with a stone texture and on it hung two abstract works of art in black and white colors.

Next to the sofa is a black armchair and along the entire length of the TV wall, a powerful 3-meter bookcase, made of wood combined with iron, with a large TV in the center, was placed.

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A powerful iron library in the living room (Photo: Maor Moyal)

A power wall is covered with a stone-look wallpaper with monochromatic abstract works on it.

The living room (Photo: Maor Moyal)

The pool outside is reflected through the large showcases in the living room.

"The pool is made of mosaic in gray tones with spotlights that absorb the sun's rays and are reflected in the water, which gives the pool an exotic look of aqua-colored water just like on a tropical island," Keenan explains.



The gray guest toilets give a luxurious and elegant feeling and are covered with particularly large, pressed tiles, from which the unique sink was also built.

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A huge closet with floating glass doors and LED lighting inside in the master bedroom (Photo: Maor Moyal)

Large and minimalistic.

Master suite (Photo: Maor Moyal)

Down to the smallest details.

The bathroom (Photo: Maor Moyal)

The pool can also be accessed from the large and minimalist master suite.

A 4-meter-long closet from wall to wall creates a feeling of levitation thanks to the unique glass doors.

When you open the closet that was custom designed for the tenant's needs, LED lighting illuminates its shelves.

The floor of the room, like the rest of the bedrooms of the house, is covered with a three-layer fishbone parquet made of real wood, which gives a warm and homely atmosphere.

Black wallpaper was pasted on the back wall of the bed.



The bathroom in the suite, like the rest of the house, is designed in gray, black and white colors with touches of wood.

In this room too, comfort played an important role and led to down to the smallest details, such as the installation of a water point inside the sink cabinet drawer placed for a mouth cleaning device stored inside.

  • Home and design

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  • private house

  • pool

  • Omar

Source: walla

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