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by:KingKonree     2020-10-20
As a designer, Kein Cross is very good at estimating space when he sees the 18 th
In an advertisement in Paris, he knew it was small --
About 9 or 10 feet deep.
But on a rainy day in January, cross realized that his estimate was too optimistic.
He later described to his friends in New York that the house was a decent 19 feet-wide house, but only 6 feet before and after.
Living room, less than 4 feet deep, minus the area occupied by stairs --
He stretched out his arms and could easily touch the walls on both sides.
The kitchen is too small to open the oven.
How did cross react? “Wow!
\"It\'s like God sent it to me,\" he said . \" He said with enthusiasm.
\"No matter how small it is, you have two floors and a staircase so you can create light and space.
I was excited and I told them I was going to pay three years in advance.
Cross, who also has an apartment in Greenwich Village, continued: \"It needs me.
This is a rough diamond.
To be honest, what do I think it is, I walk up to it, I see the way I will do it, and what it will look like, and it will never look like without me.
What else is more interesting than spending a month on a decorative mother\'s boat making your own house? ” (
It should be noted that Cross is the one looking for unusual spaces;
His New York City duplex was on display at home two years ago, with threefoot-
He turned into a bathroom. )
The 49-year-old often travels to Paris and has run a home furnishing store at Chelsea for several years, La Maison Moderne.
Living in Paris has always been his dream since the age of 21.
\"I plan to stay in New York for a year and move to Paris,\" he said . \".
\"26 years or 27 years have been postponed.
The last thing that prompted him to take action was the death of a friend.
\"My assistant Brian and his boyfriend bought a house in Marrakech and he is talking about moving there,\" Cross said . \".
\"I was in Paris on last September and I couldn\'t get in touch with him when I came back.
Then his brother called me and said he had a heart attack and died.
This makes things clear, and when you think about it, you \'d better do something because who knows if you\'ll be here next year.
\"He started searching this year and soon found his house a few blocks from Notre in Area 4.
It was destroyed by a brick building outside. up window;
There is an old water heater in the kitchen that \"sticks out like a thumb;
The bathroom was dirty.
But the owner is happy to have Cross do whatever he wants, and the rent Cross is not willing to disclose is half the market price.
His budget was $25,000, and he stuck on, looking at sales, and fearlessly redesigning the furniture.
He brought in a contractor that he had previously worked with, and the two had lived together for two weeks, and the kitchen was mostly torn down.
\"Who uses the oven? ” Cross says.
\"Instead, I put two.
Hotpoint\'s burner cooktop, black ceramic, I bought an incredible coffee machine, a Nespresso as big as my stove.
You only need an oven to bake, and the last thing I baked was the turkey in 1986.
\"The kitchen table and the new cabinets under the island are made from the bathroom vanity.
Cross replaced the door of the cabinet on the adjacent wall with the white paint door on the bathroom cabinet he bought, and placed a console below as a table.
From the Wood left in the bathroom cabinet to the canopy above the kitchen sink.
The total cost of all this, plus the two rolling storage boxes he used for the seat, was about $3,400. (
There are also some splurge, including the cement foam of bacx, worth about $2,800. )
Cross only uses three colors.
White, gray and black
His trademark is black. and-white stripes.
He painted the water heater and the wall behind it in deep gray, and then crossed it over the wooden canopy above to disguise the water heater.
The living area is too small to have space for a sofa or even a chair.
So Cross created what he called the pasha bed: \"Anything you can put in a narrow space can be placed on a pillow and become a place to relax.
\"In this case, a modular sofa that costs about $1,000 is over.
The bedroom is another challenge.
To evoke the romance of sleeping on the train, Cross bought a bunk bed with an open futon at the bottom of the bed.
But the futon was so uncomfortable that he threw it out and bought a full one
Size mattress not folded.
Even so, it\'s a comfortable space with striped wallpaper covered at the bottom of the upper bunk and a cushion against the wall.
In the bathroom, he replaced the sink and mirror, re-laid the white tiles, installed the $69 glass shower door, added two rows of black tiles and painted black on the tub
Most of the decoration magic is done in a mirror.
The cross covered the outside of the brick.
Window on the second floor with mirror glass (
Then he glued to the wood, imitating the vertical frame, decorating the windows with cheap gray tones and flowerpots).
Opposite the front door is the other mirror and visually the entrance is twice the size of the original.
Mirrors are also on the walls of the kitchen and bedroom.
In fact, the space between the bed of the cross and the wall is too narrow, to enter the bathroom, he must turn sideways, the door cannot be opened and must be replaced by fabric.
But it\'s worth it for him.
He is in the house of his dreams, in Paris.
As a designer, Kein Cross is very good at estimating space when he sees the 18 th
In an advertisement in Paris, he knew it was small --
About 9 or 10 feet deep.
But on a rainy day in January, cross realized that his estimate was too optimistic.
He later described to his friends in New York that the house was a decent 19 feet-wide house, but only 6 feet before and after.
Living room, less than 4 feet deep, minus the area occupied by stairs --
He stretched out his arms and could easily touch the walls on both sides.
The kitchen is too small to open the oven.
How did cross react? “Wow!
\"It\'s like God sent it to me,\" he said . \" He said with enthusiasm.
\"No matter how small it is, you have two floors and a staircase so you can create light and space.
I was excited and I told them I was going to pay three years in advance.
Cross, who also has an apartment in Greenwich Village, continued: \"It needs me.
This is a rough diamond.
To be honest, what do I think it is, I walk up to it, I see the way I will do it, and what it will look like, and it will never look like without me.
What else is more interesting than spending a month on a decorative mother\'s boat making your own house? ” (
It should be noted that Cross is the one looking for unusual spaces;
His New York City duplex was on display at home two years ago, with threefoot-
He turned into a bathroom. )
The 49-year-old often travels to Paris and has run a home furnishing store at Chelsea for several years, La Maison Moderne.
Living in Paris has always been his dream since the age of 21.
\"I plan to stay in New York for a year and move to Paris,\" he said . \".
\"26 years or 27 years have been postponed.
The last thing that prompted him to take action was the death of a friend.
\"My assistant Brian and his boyfriend bought a house in Marrakech and he is talking about moving there,\" Cross said . \".
\"I was in Paris on last September and I couldn\'t get in touch with him when I came back.
Then his brother called me and said he had a heart attack and died.
This makes things clear, and when you think about it, you \'d better do something because who knows if you\'ll be here next year.
\"He started searching this year and soon found his house a few blocks from Notre in Area 4.
It was destroyed by a brick building outside. up window;
There is an old water heater in the kitchen that \"sticks out like a thumb;
The bathroom was dirty.
But the owner is happy to have Cross do whatever he wants, and the rent Cross is not willing to disclose is half the market price.
His budget was $25,000, and he stuck on, looking at sales, and fearlessly redesigning the furniture.
He brought in a contractor that he had previously worked with, and the two had lived together for two weeks, and the kitchen was mostly torn down.
\"Who uses the oven? ” Cross says.
\"Instead, I put two.
Hotpoint\'s burner cooktop, black ceramic, I bought an incredible coffee machine, a Nespresso as big as my stove.
You only need an oven to bake, and the last thing I baked was the turkey in 1986.
\"The kitchen table and the new cabinets under the island are made from the bathroom vanity.
Cross replaced the door of the cabinet on the adjacent wall with the white paint door on the bathroom cabinet he bought, and placed a console below as a table.
From the Wood left in the bathroom cabinet to the canopy above the kitchen sink.
The total cost of all this, plus the two rolling storage boxes he used for the seat, was about $3,400. (
There are also some splurge, including the cement foam of bacx, worth about $2,800. )
Cross only uses three colors.
White, gray and black
His trademark is black. and-white stripes.
He painted the water heater and the wall behind it in deep gray, and then crossed it over the wooden canopy above to disguise the water heater.
The living area is too small to have space for a sofa or even a chair.
So Cross created what he called the pasha bed: \"Anything you can put in a narrow space can be placed on a pillow and become a place to relax.
\"In this case, a modular sofa that costs about $1,000 is over.
The bedroom is another challenge.
To evoke the romance of sleeping on the train, Cross bought a bunk bed with an open futon at the bottom of the bed.
But the futon was so uncomfortable that he threw it out and bought a full one
Size mattress not folded.
Even so, it\'s a comfortable space with striped wallpaper covered at the bottom of the upper bunk and a cushion against the wall.
In the bathroom, he replaced the sink and mirror, re-laid the white tiles, installed the $69 glass shower door, added two rows of black tiles and painted black on the tub
Most of the decoration magic is done in a mirror.
The cross covered the outside of the brick.
Window on the second floor with mirror glass (
Then he glued to the wood, imitating the vertical frame, decorating the windows with cheap gray tones and flowerpots).
Opposite the front door is the other mirror and visually the entrance is twice the size of the original.
Mirrors are also on the walls of the kitchen and bedroom.
In fact, the space between the bed of the cross and the wall is too narrow, to enter the bathroom, he must turn sideways, the door cannot be opened and must be replaced by fabric.
But it\'s worth it for him.
He is in the house of his dreams, in Paris.
As a designer, Kein Cross is very good at estimating space when he sees the 18 th
In an advertisement in Paris, he knew it was small --
About 9 or 10 feet deep.
But on a rainy day in January, cross realized that his estimate was too optimistic.
He later described to his friends in New York that the house was a decent 19 feet-wide house, but only 6 feet before and after.
Living room, less than 4 feet deep, minus the area occupied by stairs --
He stretched out his arms and could easily touch the walls on both sides.
The kitchen is too small to open the oven.
How did cross react? “Wow!
\"It\'s like God sent it to me,\" he said . \" He said with enthusiasm.
\"No matter how small it is, you have two floors and a staircase so you can create light and space.
I was excited and I told them I was going to pay three years in advance.
Cross, who also has an apartment in Greenwich Village, continued: \"It needs me.
This is a rough diamond.
To be honest, what do I think it is, I walk up to it, I see the way I will do it, and what it will look like, and it will never look like without me.
What else is more interesting than spending a month on a decorative mother\'s boat making your own house? ” (
It should be noted that Cross is the one looking for unusual spaces;
His New York City duplex was on display at home two years ago, with threefoot-
He turned into a bathroom. )
The 49-year-old often travels to Paris and has run a home furnishing store at Chelsea for several years, La Maison Moderne.
Living in Paris has always been his dream since the age of 21.
\"I plan to stay in New York for a year and move to Paris,\" he said . \".
\"26 years or 27 years have been postponed.
The last thing that prompted him to take action was the death of a friend.
\"My assistant Brian and his boyfriend bought a house in Marrakech and he is talking about moving there,\" Cross said . \".
\"I was in Paris on last September and I couldn\'t get in touch with him when I came back.
Then his brother called me and said he had a heart attack and died.
This makes things clear, and when you think about it, you \'d better do something because who knows if you\'ll be here next year.
\"He started searching this year and soon found his house a few blocks from Notre in Area 4.
It was destroyed by a brick building outside. up window;
There is an old water heater in the kitchen that \"sticks out like a thumb;
The bathroom was dirty.
But the owner is happy to have Cross do whatever he wants, and the rent Cross is not willing to disclose is half the market price.
His budget was $25,000, and he stuck on, looking at sales, and fearlessly redesigning the furniture.
He brought in a contractor that he had previously worked with, and the two had lived together for two weeks, and the kitchen was mostly torn down.
\"Who uses the oven? ” Cross says.
\"Instead, I put two.
Hotpoint\'s burner cooktop, black ceramic, I bought an incredible coffee machine, a Nespresso as big as my stove.
You only need an oven to bake, and the last thing I baked was the turkey in 1986.
\"The kitchen table and the new cabinets under the island are made from the bathroom vanity.
Cross replaced the door of the cabinet on the adjacent wall with the white paint door on the bathroom cabinet he bought, and placed a console below as a table.
From the Wood left in the bathroom cabinet to the canopy above the kitchen sink.
The total cost of all this, plus the two rolling storage boxes he used for the seat, was about $3,400. (
There are also some splurge, including the cement foam of bacx, worth about $2,800. )
Cross only uses three colors.
White, gray and black
His trademark is black. and-white stripes.
He painted the water heater and the wall behind it in deep gray, and then crossed it over the wooden canopy above to disguise the water heater.
The living area is too small to have space for a sofa or even a chair.
So Cross created what he called the pasha bed: \"Anything you can put in a narrow space can be placed on a pillow and become a place to relax.
\"In this case, a modular sofa that costs about $1,000 is over.
The bedroom is another challenge.
To evoke the romance of sleeping on the train, Cross bought a bunk bed with an open futon at the bottom of the bed.
But the futon was so uncomfortable that he threw it out and bought a full one
Size mattress not folded.
Even so, it\'s a comfortable space with striped wallpaper covered at the bottom of the upper bunk and a cushion against the wall.
In the bathroom, he replaced the sink and mirror, re-laid the white tiles, installed the $69 glass shower door, added two rows of black tiles and painted black on the tub
Most of the decoration magic is done in a mirror.
The cross covered the outside of the brick.
Window on the second floor with mirror glass (
Then he glued to the wood, imitating the vertical frame, decorating the windows with cheap gray tones and flowerpots).
Opposite the front door is the other mirror and visually the entrance is twice the size of the original.
Mirrors are also on the walls of the kitchen and bedroom.
In fact, the space between the bed of the cross and the wall is too narrow, to enter the bathroom, he must turn sideways, the door cannot be opened and must be replaced by fabric.
But it\'s worth it for him.
He is in the house of his dreams, in Paris.
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