Furniture, Home Decor and Gifts inspired by Scandinavian Design and Mediterranean Style

About Bright Blue Living

About brightblueliving online home decor furniture and gift store

Bright Blue Living is a new concept online home decor, furniture and gift store combined with design and lifestyle magazine from Israel.

At the core of what we do is handmade furniture designed and made by us in our own workshop in Israel.

Our designs are influenced by Scandinavian design infused with Mediterranean style. The pieces are designed to maximise the space and storage in your home – whatever its size.

All our furniture is made from real wood and comes ready assembled. Simply take the pieces out of the box and they’re ready to go. No need to put anything together – just decide where you want to hang your new shelves or floating drawers (and fixings are provided too).

And if you’re looking for gift ideas, check out our gift section which also includes contemporary pieces from a selection of up and coming Israeli designers.

Then in the online magazine you’ll find interior tips, styling ideas, decorating inspiration and design news with a focus on Israel.

You might also like to subscribe to our free newsletter. Far more than just another marketing email, you can look forward to getting useful interior tips, styling ideas and home inspiration. As well as exclusive offers, special discounts, and news about all the latest products and trends.

About the people behind Bright Blue Living

Bright Blue Living was started by husband and wife team Shmuel and Sarah Ansbacher who made Aliyah together with their children several years ago from London, UK.

Sarah is a writer and concept designer. She has been working in interiors and writing about design for over fifteen years. She is also a dab hand with a sander and helps out with production in the workshop from time to time!

Samuel (Shmuel) is a furniture designer / maker. He studied furniture design and traditional cabinet making at Manchester College of Arts Crafts and Technology. He also lived in Copenhagen, Denmark for a couple of years where he developed an appreciation for Danish and Scandinavian design.