Marble shower curtains in new homes are a favorite decoration of many Israeli families, but the latest iteration is a new addition to the family’s home.
The home in Beit She’an, near Jerusalem, was built in 2008 for the daughter of the late Israeli President Shimon Peres and her family.
But it’s now a separate property, and its new owners have taken it upon themselves to add a marble shower curtain to the front of the home.
“This is a project for the family, a beautiful project,” Yael Beinin, who manages the home and manages the family of the new owners, told The Jerusalem Report.
“I love the idea of a new piece of furniture.”
Beinim told the Jerusalem Report the curtain is a nod to the Israeli president’s daughter, who also happens to be the founder of the company behind the marble shower curtains.
The curtains are the brainchild of Yael, a senior executive at Beit Hermon.
“She had this idea to put a marble curtain on the front, but it wasn’t easy,” Beinmin said.
“We started from scratch.
We wanted to build a beautiful piece of artwork, something beautiful that would stand out.
So, the curtain will stand out in the room.”
The new home, which will cost about $7 million, has a total floor area of 1,500 square meters, which means it will have a total volume of about 1,200 cubic meters.
The new space will also include an 8-meter-high (23-foot) wall, which is part of the wall, and two bathrooms.
Beininn told the report that the curtain has a glass front and a transparent mirror, as well as an integrated shower curtain that sits at the top of the curtain.
“In my opinion, the most beautiful thing about the curtain, and the most important thing for the home, is that it will stay open.
You don’t need to turn the water on and it doesn’t need a curtain to go to the shower,” he said.
The curtain is not the first piece of art Beinan has created for the house, and he said he plans to continue working on it.
“The whole house is a living, breathing piece of work.
I love the way this home is connected to the surrounding area.
I feel like a kid again.
We’re a family,” he told The Report.