An existing house in Herzliya was renovated for foreign residents to serve as a summer home for them. Further to the black-and-white bed that the owner of the house purchased, it was decided to focus on monochromatic design in the bedroom and bathrooms, and in warmer and more homely shades in the public spaces. The owners of the house sought a unique style that is not high-tech, not antique or vintage, but a refined combination of all styles. After many searches, designer Leah Barez found in Halamish what she was looking for: embossed tiles, floorings, faucets and sanitary utensils that create a unique designing language in the spaces of the house. Photo: Uri Ackerman.