Designer Yael Perry Added Tints Of Colors In A Refined Apartment In Tel-Aviv
Yael Perry is a designer based in Tel-Aviv. She renovated this apartment in the Israeli region of Sharon into a cool space with unexpected colorful accents.
The 240-square-metre duplex apartment has walls painted in grey and blue shades. Yael Perry designed oversized geometric shapes for the walls, adding diamonds, squares and rectangles in contrasting shades. All these features create a minimalist color palette.
“I wanted to give the duplex main room a sense of bright, airy and young space”
The apartment is owned by a young couple expecting a child, so Perry balanced areas for them to entertain – such as a living area with a large modular sofa and dining bar – with smaller spaces in the apartment, which have been customised as miniature play areas.
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To contrast the duplex’s pared-back palette, Yael Perry introduced flashes of colour in the form of small pieces of furniture such as bright red stools, a blue side table, and orange office accessories.
The apartment‘s second floor features a master bedroom that is divided from the staircase by a panel of grey glass, and finished with dark green walls and black wooden parquet flooring. There’s also a small niche, tucked into a corner of the bedroom, that Perry has furnished as a tiny office area for days spent working from home.
She also designed lighting specifically for the space, stringing oversized lightbulbs at the end of red cables which crisscross overhead in the staircase. The living space also features a pair of low-hanging lights, suspended on red zigzag metal stems.
Perry, who previously worked with Karim Rashid in New York, set up her Tel Aviv-based studio in 2014. It focuses on interior design projects for residential spaces.