This perfectly pastel kitchen just outside Tel Aviv belongs to interior designer Merav Sade. Merav, a proponent of Frank Gehry's assertion that "Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness," loves her kitchen (who wouldn't!), with its light blue, grey, and wood tones. See more photos below:
I love the terracotta vase she uses to store her cooking utensils!
She covered the back of her kitchen pantry with a wallpaper designed by Pip Studio. The dishes are vintage, and picked up from her travels all over the world.