It’s time to take your furniture shopping to the next level.
With a plethora of stylish, well-made and well-priced pieces available for purchase in the Middle East, the region can be a great place to start your renovation and save on your furniture purchases.
Below are some of the best places to buy furniture in the region and some of what you can expect to see in your home or apartment.
The home furnishers section of our site focuses on luxury furnishings, including furniture and bedding.
Most of our furniture recommendations are from Middle Eastern countries, which include Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
However, there are some other countries which offer some of their furniture in Lebanon.
We also recommend purchasing quality furniture from companies that are based in Israel, as well as the United States and Germany.
Amenities in the area: a wine bar, wine bar with a selection of wines, a coffee bar, a barbershop, and a restaurant with a variety of food items.
AmeriCorps is an NGO that supports and promotes environmental awareness and education in Israel and Palestine.
A program of the International Humanitarian Service, AYA (Armed With Love) provides free assistance to Palestinians in the occupied territories.
The Amersheva Hotel in Jerusalem.
The hotel offers a full range of modern and contemporary amenities, including a spa, swimming pool, fitness center, and the restaurant of choice.
This hotel is a popular stop for tourists from the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Belgium, Australia and the U of T.
The Israel Museum in Tel Aviv.
The Israel Museum offers a diverse collection of artifacts from the Israel Defense Forces and its predecessors, as part of the Museum Collection.
This collection includes items from the Second World War, World War II, the Second Lebanon War, the Six Day War, and even from the Cold War.
The museum also offers tours, lectures and exhibitions.
A new exhibit, “The Israeli War of Independence: The Battle of Gaza,” opened in February 2018.
This exhibit shows how the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians in 1948-53 unfolded, how Israel was founded, and how the state of Israel was created.
This is the largest and most beautiful building in the entire country, known for its magnificent architecture, spectacular gardens, and many of the world’s best gardens.
This is a must see for all Jerusalemites.
This landmark is home to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Temple Mount, the Al Aqsa mosque, and all of the holy sites in Jerusalem, as seen from its summit overlooking the Al Eilat and Mount Scopus.
A large parking lot is available in the center of the complex.
There are several restaurants, including an Italian restaurant, an Italian-style steakhouse, and several pizzerias.
There is also a large grocery store.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Jerusalem is one of the oldest museums in the world.
It was established in 1894, and has served as a hub for Israeli art, culture, and history since its opening in 1952.
This museum includes exhibits on the history of the city of Tel Aviv, as it became the capital of Israel in 1948.
It has also been a center of exhibitions on the Palestinian Liberation Struggle, the founding of Israel, the Holocaust, the 1948 War of Liberation, and much more.
This historic museum is also home to a wide variety of exhibits.
It also houses a large collection of rare books and other books on the subject of the history and culture of Israel.
The National Museum in Jerusalem hosts many unique displays, including rare paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and other pieces of art.
The building is a world-class museum with a collection of more than 600,000 objects, including over 60,000 paintings, more than 50,000 works of art, more a half-million sculptures, and more than 1,000 glass sculptures.
The collection also includes more than 5,000 ancient artifacts and artifacts from around the world, and includes many of its objects and objects from the past.
This international museum, located in the heart of Jerusalem, is open year-round.
The Jerusalem Museum of Archaeology and Antiquities hosts numerous exhibitions, including the Israel Antiquities Authority’s annual show.
The exhibitions are the largest of their kind in the country, and feature over 300 objects, representing the archaeological and historic sites in the Old City and in the Golan Heights.
The exhibits are on display throughout the year, from October to May.
The exhibition schedule can be found on the museum’s website.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Tel Hashomer hosts many exhibits on Islamic art and architecture.
The galleries are large and open to the public.
It hosts a large exhibit on a medieval mosque in the city.
A second exhibit, titled “The Muslim Community in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem,” opened at the same time,