Apartment Hunting in Hanoi
Structures are usually very deep but narrow due to old tax laws and regulations that based property tax around the width from the front from the building. Most houses are from alleyways, so it’s rare to determine grass.
Apartment hunting this is a entirely unique animal. First, there’s the word what barrier, so searching on the internet meant we’re able to only discover the overpriced apartments targeted at British-speaking Westerners. Plus, the normal things we’d search for home just aren’t common here, unless of course you’re willing to cover them: dryers, closets, ovens, a bed room outside of the living space (“one bedroom” and “studio” appear to mean exactly the same factor here).
Fortunately, after living from suitcases, we weren’t searching for much space. All we would have liked would be a decent kitchen, a desk having a view, along with a bus stop nearby.
What Our Apartment Is Much Like
The apartment we moved into in March already seems like home. In true Hanoi fashion, the entire apartment is lengthy and thin, just a little over eight ft wide.
Your kitchen is a lot smaller sized than my last kitchen, however it has lots of space for which we want. I’ll miss baking – there isn’t any oven – but they’re already beginning to acknowledge me in the French loaves of bread next door (I will pretend that’s a great factor). The cooktop is connected to a canister of gas, so there isn’t any monthly gas bill. We also have a piece of countertop greater compared to rest, and it is the perfect height in my tall self and my tall boyfriend to reduce veggies easily. The good thing is the fact that we’re right over a furniture shop, meaning there exists a beautiful wooden table and chairs.
We might not have found a stove, but we’re understanding how to let the creativity flow and prepare something totally new without them: we’ve made Vietnamese fresh spring rolls, split pea dal, so we eat Thai curry a minimum of two times per week. I’m searching toward attempting to make spanish mackerel with lemongrass – and seeking something totally new is exactly what this move is about.
Interior Design — Small Condo Kitchen Reno
Roberto O: Please post more of this designer! Great job
macrapidito: House & Home this video was great, I loved that the designer gave detail of the materials, appliances and even paint used in the cabinets. That way we normal people know about the material, color and all that was used to make the space work. Thanks for sharing!!\n\nOver all, Great kitchen design!!!
Sethrin Tatu: Yes, he doesn't have his head up his arse in pretentious bs.
lorimar matos: Would be awesome if House and Home featured more "middle class" homes like this one… loved it!!!!
Jen Tuesday: lorimar matos I bet the money they paid this guy wasn't so "middle class"
Kay 100: Great job!!!Cleaner and more spacious!🎖🎖🎖
jad kebrani: Yes 👍 Great Job And The Designer Is Very Humble
Candis C: I like it when real designers like Cameron MacNeil are placed on this channel instead of those stuffy pretentious designers. This kitchen was well done and Cameron talked about what his clients liked, what would make their life easier and how his design would work in their existing space. Well done!
Robbin Stephens York: Great Job!…..Those Condo spaces can be so tricky, but you nailed this one!
Kimberley Moon: WOWZER! LOVE IT !