Shabby chic in Hod Hasharon

As a designer you can renovate forever, says Nicole Nakash, a 40-something designer.

The great thing about being a designer is that you can change your home at will, and bring a completely different look to your surroundings with minimal outlay.

That’s what Nicole Nakash did in her Hod Hasharon apartment when she decided to get rid of her ultra-modern, bright-red kitchen and give it a complete face-lift, by bringing in a totally new mix of styles – Provencal and industrial.

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