From pillows to textiles and lamps, Mula is a mix and match haven of design.
At the end of a long residence in Los Angeles, designer Mai Morgenstern decided to spread a little design dust in the Levant and open a tiny design shop on a street running parallel to Shuk HaCarmel. Everything's based on Morgenstern's personal taste, where alongside imported items, the real pearls are a mix of textile products. Morgenstern isn't a fan of the monochromatic genre that's spread all over town, and instead insists on colorful, quality fabrics from Mexico, African graphics, and eclectic Shibori-dyed pillow cases. Essentially, you've arrived at the perfect place for items that will bring color and personality into your place after you've finished furnishing it at IKEA. You'll also find works by Tamara Morgenstern, Mai's mother, beginning with blocks of wood illustrated with precise handiwork to wonderful feminist posters. The price range is very wide, so that there's little chance of leaving empty-handed.
31 Yom Tov St, Kerem Hateimanim
|Opening hours:||Sun - Fri, 10:00-16:00|