TA Apartment is a project designe by Maya Sheinberger. Originally, the apartment consisted of four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a guest toilet. A new interior division was required to adapt to the lifestyle of the young family, which wanted an open space with a light atmosphere and an airy, modern and bright look. The kitchen area and dining area were enlarged at the expense of the canceled guest restroom. In addition, the entrance to the laundry room was relocated to the kitchen area, and another bedroom that served as an office was reduced so that the master suite could be enlarged. Photography by Itay Benit.
This four bedroom apartment was redesigned by Maya Sheinberger and renovated for a young couple, a graphic designer and a programmer, as they were expecting their first baby, who was born during the project. They decided to leave the heart and center of Tel Aviv, along with their cat and two dogs, in favor of one of the quieter northern neighborhoods of the city. Before the renovation, the apartment was extremely old fashioned and the interior needed to be adjusted to the lifestyle of the young family, which requested an easy-going and warm atmosphere and a modern space filled with air and light. Photography by Itay Benit.
AA Apartment is a project designed by Maya Sheinberger. A young couple approached interior designer Maya Sheinberger as they were expecting their first baby girl, in hopes of renovating a 110 m2 apartment, located in a quiet neighborhood in Tel Aviv, Israel. They wished for a calm, elegant and unique atmosphere and decided to keep the existing layout as it was and focus on replacing all finish materials in addition to purchasing new furniture, lighting fixtures, artwork, and accessories. Photography by Itay Benit.
S Apartment is a project designed by Maya Sheinberger Interior design. Renovation of an 80 sqm apartment in Hod Hasharon’s old neighborhood. The owner is a woman in her late seventies who bought the apartment after her family moved to the city. Photography by Itay Benit
A young and contemporary design for a woman in her 30s and her daughter. The client and the designer Maya Sheinberger are good friends of 20 years, so the design concept was very clear and specific from the beginning – black and white design with splashes of bright colors, in order to create a timeless design and a lively atmosphere. Photography by Itay Benit.