Painted Ceilings in an Israeli Hotel

February 12, 2014 § 1 Comment

Wow, these images from the Efendi hotel in Israel are just breathtaking:

Lobby Efendi Hotel

Shukri lobby, Efendi Hotel, Israel.

The gorgeous Shukri lobby. The ceilings, especially, are incredible! Another room from the Efendi hotel in Israel. This one is the Royal Room:

Royal Room Efendi Hotel

Royal Room, Efendi Hotel, Israel.

I keep repeating it, but in-credible! Interiors designed by Ronit Oliver-Rike and Orit Kolonimus with the inspiration of the hotel owner, Uri Jeremias; images via travel photographer Sivan Askayo. Found via design*sponge.

If I didn’t know better, I would guess that the Royal Room is from a Nordic jugend building. The shapes and proportions are very similar.

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