Layers of blush and terracotta in the primary bedroom evoke warmth, providing the client with their own sanctuary away from the rest of the home. As for both children’s rooms, Jessica admits these two rooms were the most significant challenge she faced when redesigning the home. “We wanted these rooms to feel like a place the kids would feel comfortable and would want to spend time in,” Jessica says. “We didn’t want them to feel like they were ‘decorated’ but instead a room that would inspire them to feel uniquely themselves,” she adds. With this in mind, Ronen Lev approached these rooms through a playful design lens, selecting soft, rounded furniture and vibrant green and yellow hues.