A bath curtain that costs thousands of shekels in a city where the average annual salary is less than $1,000 and where there is no electricity is a luxury that can save you money in a hot, crowded, and cold Jerusalem.
The Israeli Bathroom Association has recently launched a campaign, “Luxury in a Bathroom,” which is designed to highlight the affordability of the curtains and bed in the most affordable housing in the city.
The initiative aims to make it easier for people to rent affordable apartments in the region.
“A bath curtain is a simple, affordable way to save money and reduce your carbon footprint.
The curtain can be used as a curtain for your own bathroom, or as a bedroom curtain for a family,” said Tziporah Ofer, president of the association, in a statement.”
It can be hung up as a decorative item in your home, or hung on your walls to show off the view, as a bath curtain.
And when the water is running, it can be easily removed to let the water soak up and then use to wash your clothes.
It is also good for water-retaining and odor-removal systems.”
In addition to the curtain and the bathtub, the association has launched an app to help people find suitable apartments and to register for a shower, so that the curtains can be delivered to the apartments and not left out in the street.
According to Ofer and the association’s CEO, Gilad Zalman, the curtains are an essential part of the housing system in the capital and are especially valuable in the current climate.
The curtains can also be hung on walls to make a statement and symbolize the importance of the building to the region, she said.
“The curtains have an effect on the people who live in the neighborhood and in the community,” Ofer said.
“If people know they are saving money in their own apartment, it makes it easier to make the right decision.
And the curtain can symbolize how important it is to invest in affordable housing.”
Zalman said the association was launching the campaign in the hopes of getting more people to consider apartments in Jerusalem.
“We are trying to get people to buy apartments in a neighborhood where they have the option to rent,” he said.
According the Jerusalem Post, there are approximately 300,000 apartments in East Jerusalem, making it the most expensive housing market in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
It’s not uncommon for people in East Palestinians to live in cramped apartments and are not able to afford to rent in the marketplaces of the capital, which is where the curtains come in.
According a survey conducted in 2015 by the Jerusalem-based Israeli housing association, about half of the apartments in West Jerusalem were occupied by Palestinians.
Ofer said that a similar campaign is being launched in Tel Aviv, which she said has a much higher number of apartments.
“This is a problem that is not limited to East Jerusalem.
It affects all of the communities, including West Jerusalem,” she said, adding that she would like to see the curtain campaign launched in all the cities in the area.