Common language in design

Designers Chani Fisher and Tova Adler complement each other as they design houses such as this one.

Two frosted glass sliding doors can be moved to the center to hide the television set
Photo by: Uriel Messa
We feel that the whole house should have a common language,” say designers Chani Fisher and Tova Adler, who have worked together for the last seven years.

Even if a home is on three floors, as this one is, one gets the feeling, on walking in, that the color palette and overall style are consistent and blend comfortably to produce the look they wanted – what they define as modern but classic.

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