This ground floor house in Hanoi is 38m2/2 storey, built 20 years ago, so the newlyweds decided to renovate it into a lovely little nest.
The owner divides the time from the beginning of the dam planning and rebuilding, to the stage of finding a design team and generating ideas with the design team, all the way to completion is 3 months.
“The ideation and budgeting process was probably the most painful process, because I referred to the style of the house and the design of the house of the brothers in the group and saw that everyone’s house was so beautiful, so at that time everything was fine. want, every style wants to bring it all into its home,” said the owner.
However, renovating and rebuilding a lot of rough parts is just as expensive as building a new one, so couples have to take a lot of things into account, and remove a lot of design items to optimize costs. .
Finally, a minimalist and modern house was born. The furniture for the layout is as simple as possible, to cheat the floor area is only 38m2/floor.
“Back then, I thought building a house was a simple thing because I only needed to hire a designer to do it, and when I started doing it I saw that each item required meticulous care and attention to create. project completed. means possible. And it’s also the first time I feel the house is right with the phrase “duck turned into swan”, added the owner.
The kitchen area was removed from the floor, the walls were painted white, the old kitchen cabinet system was replaced with modern and comfortable kitchen cabinets.
The living room was repainted, wooden doors and windows were demolished to create a balcony – the home’s main light source. In the living room, the homeowner abandoned all the old furniture such as the television, wooden wardrobe, and wooden table, instead of a wall-mounted bookshelf, white sofa next to a flower vase, and wooden floors to create accents. space.
Photos of the “makeover” of the house after the renovation made many people “fever”.