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by:Merttace     2020-04-12
Gerard Bos can open his container anywhere in the world and become a comfortable home.
Six weeks ago, Bos moved from Tokyo to Hamilton, where he was the customer experience manager at Ikea Japan.
\"My container was shipped from Tokyo, and then I was like a small animal that was about to go dormant.
All packaging must be opened;
All I need to do is finish it.
I have a busy job and I travel a lot and it is important for me to not open the box for three or four months.
\"When Bos signed three-
As a customer experience manager at Ikea Canada, he naturally thought he would live in Toronto.
\"I thought it was a good place,\" he said . \"
But it took only one time.
Driving an hour from Toronto to the Ikea headquarters in Burlington, Bos changed his mind.
He began to look for accommodation nearby.
The scene agency showed him 20 sets.
Mainly in Burlington and Oakville
However, the disappearance was a spark during his work at Ikea in the big cities that lived throughout Europe, before which he also worked at British Airways.
\"In the home industry, home is very important to me.
I need to feel at home when I open the door, especially when you live in different countries over the years, it\'s more important.
As a result, Bos from the Netherlands began its own home search, focusing on Hamilton.
\"I started looking at realtors and Kijiji and then one day I saw the building by car and I thought, \'This is so cute.
\"The building, located in the Stephenson neighborhood, is a former factory that has been converted into an attic.
Bos walked in and said, \"that\'s it.
\"It\'s lovely, with warm wood floors, bare beams, big windows with deep windowsill.
Bos says the house on this street dates back to its 1870 s, \"like going back in time \".
When the container arrived, Bos quickly sorted things out.
His works are widely circulated in Switzerland, Belgium, London, Glasgow, Jersey, Tokyo, etc.
\"That\'s why home is so important: you collect your own things and develop style;
Once your containers arrive, you take your stuff out and find a home for them that fits into this layout, and somehow it always works.
\"While Hamilton\'s attic is two floors, most of the time is spent on the main floor of the open space, including the kitchen, dining area, living room, office and bedroom.
Walk in the front door and you are in the living space right away.
An antique drawer purchased in London in their 90 s and a slender wooden rack installed by the front door help organize the chaos of arrival and departure.
On the right is the living room with a gas fireplace and bright morning light coming in from the east.
\"It has the look of the attic, but it\'s not that empty, and because the ceiling is not that high, you sometimes fall into the attic.
\"I like to have a warm, comfortable feeling at home,\" Bos said . \".
A large leather sofa is facing the iconic Noguchi coffee table Bos purchased in Belgium 20 years ago, as well as two chairs designed in Italy, and their trip is also very good.
\"I like their shapes and they are comfortable.
\"There are very few coverings for factory-sized windows, and deep windowsills are used to show works collected over the years.
\"I grew up at home with plants and flowers on the windowsill;
This is common in the Netherlands.
These windowsills are almost like cabinets and it\'s great to show what you like.
I like my Dutch style very much.
\"A compact and efficient kitchen faces a small dining area where Bos groups up cycl wooden chairs with mango wooden tables.
Outside the kitchen, another sitting area consisting of huge wooden columns and ceiling beams presents a beautiful antique glass cabinet filled with plates, cups and books.
It moved seven times with Bos.
A striking orange two
There is a seating sofa between the living room and the bedroom.
\"I found it in Sweden before the Ikea Design Center was launched and had to have it.
Bos uses the clever combination and matching theory of Ikea\'s flexible design to change wooden legs to metal legs for a modern look.
He did the same at the window.
Facing the desk, place a rectangular bamboo wood on a set of drawers in Ikea to decorate the office warmly.
In many ways, his loft is like a living lab with a design solution.
The storage space is minimal, so Bos uses cabinets, carts and boxes on wheels for storage.
\"I\'m not a minimalist, but I don\'t like a lot of clutter,\" he said . \".
To expand the sense of space at night, he used Ikea\'s small floor lamp in every corner of the room.
Ikea\'s barrier-free design concept and flexible solution are 52-year-old. \"Because (the loft)
Is all the open spaces you need to consider the color scheme, use similar shades, and then create compartments in the open space for sleeping, working, and dining.
It would help if the whole floor was the same.
\"Between 13 major stores in Canada that know Ikea, Bos wants to know about Hamilton.
\"I appreciate diversity and creativity;
I like the city and it feels good.
\"Everything looks better through the window\" Dutch style.
\"Krenwald @ gmail.
@ Kathyrenwaldwhere he is anywhere in the world, and Gerrard Bosch unpacks his container and makes a comfortable home.
Six weeks ago, Bos moved from Tokyo to Hamilton, where he was the customer experience manager at Ikea Japan.
\"My container was shipped from Tokyo, and then I was like a small animal that was about to go dormant.
All packaging must be opened;
All I need to do is finish it.
I have a busy job and I travel a lot and it is important for me to not open the box for three or four months.
\"When Bos signed three-
As a customer experience manager at Ikea Canada, he naturally thought he would live in Toronto.
Bos walked in and said, \"that\'s it.
\"These windowsills are almost like cabinets and it\'s great to show what you like.
I like my Dutch style very much.
\"Gerrard boss,\" he said, \"I thought it was a good place.
But it took only one time.
Driving an hour from Toronto to the Ikea headquarters in Burlington, Bos changed his mind.
He began to look for accommodation nearby.
The scene agency showed him 20 sets.
Mainly in Burlington and Oakville
However, the disappearance was a spark during his work at Ikea in the big cities that lived throughout Europe, before which he also worked at British Airways.
\"In the home industry, home is very important to me.
I need to feel at home when I open the door, especially when you live in different countries over the years, it\'s more important.
As a result, Bos from the Netherlands began its own home search, focusing on Hamilton.
\"I started looking at realtors and Kijiji and then one day I saw the building by car and I thought, \'This is so cute.
\"The building, located in the Stephenson neighborhood, is a former factory that has been converted into an attic.
Bos walked in and said, \"that\'s it.
\"It\'s lovely, with warm wood floors, bare beams, big windows with deep windowsill.
Bos says the house on this street dates back to its 1870 s, \"like going back in time \".
When the container arrived, Bos quickly sorted things out.
His works are widely circulated in Switzerland, Belgium, London, Glasgow, Jersey, Tokyo, etc.
\"That\'s why home is so important: you collect your own things and develop style;
Once your containers arrive, you take your stuff out and find a home for them that fits into this layout, and somehow it always works.
\"While Hamilton\'s attic is two floors, most of the time is spent on the main floor of the open space, including the kitchen, dining area, living room, office and bedroom.
Walk in the front door and you are in the living space right away.
An antique drawer purchased in London in their 90 s and a slender wooden rack installed by the front door help organize the chaos of arrival and departure.
On the right is the living room with a gas fireplace and bright morning light coming in from the east.
\"It has the look of the attic, but it\'s not that empty, and because the ceiling is not that high, you sometimes fall into the attic.
\"I like to have a warm, comfortable feeling at home,\" Bos said . \".
A large leather sofa is facing the iconic Noguchi coffee table Bos purchased in Belgium 20 years ago, as well as two chairs designed in Italy, and their trip is also very good.
\"I like their shapes and they are comfortable.
\"There are very few coverings for factory-sized windows, and deep windowsills are used to show works collected over the years.
\"I grew up at home with plants and flowers on the windowsill;
This is common in the Netherlands.
These windowsills are almost like cabinets and it\'s great to show what you like.
I like my Dutch style very much.
\"A compact and efficient kitchen faces a small dining area where Bos groups up cycl wooden chairs with mango wooden tables.
Outside the kitchen, another sitting area consisting of huge wooden columns and ceiling beams presents a beautiful antique glass cabinet filled with plates, cups and books.
It moved seven times with Bos.
A striking orange two
There is a seating sofa between the living room and the bedroom.
\"I found it in Sweden before the Ikea Design Center was launched and had to have it.
Bos uses the clever combination and matching theory of Ikea\'s flexible design to change wooden legs to metal legs for a modern look.
He did the same at the window.
Facing the desk, place a rectangular bamboo wood on a set of drawers in Ikea to decorate the office warmly.
In many ways, his loft is like a living lab with a design solution.
The storage space is minimal, so Bos uses cabinets, carts and boxes on wheels for storage.
\"I\'m not a minimalist, but I don\'t like a lot of clutter,\" he said . \".
To expand the sense of space at night, he used Ikea\'s small floor lamp in every corner of the room.
Ikea\'s barrier-free design concept and flexible solution are 52-year-old. \"Because (the loft)
Is all the open spaces you need to consider the color scheme, use similar shades, and then create compartments in the open space for sleeping, working, and dining.
It would help if the whole floor was the same.
\"Between 13 major stores in Canada that know Ikea, Bos wants to know about Hamilton.
\"I appreciate diversity and creativity;
I like the city and it feels good.
\"Everything looks better through the window\" Dutch style.
\"Krenwald @ gmail.
@ Kathyrenwaldwhere he is anywhere in the world, and Gerrard Bosch unpacks his container and makes a comfortable home.
Six weeks ago, Bos moved from Tokyo to Hamilton, where he was the customer experience manager at Ikea Japan.
\"My container was shipped from Tokyo, and then I was like a small animal that was about to go dormant.
All packaging must be opened;
All I need to do is finish it.
I have a busy job and I travel a lot and it is important for me to not open the box for three or four months.
\"When Bos signed three-
As a customer experience manager at Ikea Canada, he naturally thought he would live in Toronto.
Bos walked in and said, \"that\'s it.
\"These windowsills are almost like cabinets and it\'s great to show what you like.
I like my Dutch style very much.
\"Gerrard boss,\" he said, \"I thought it was a good place.
But it took only one time.
Driving an hour from Toronto to the Ikea headquarters in Burlington, Bos changed his mind.
He began to look for accommodation nearby.
The scene agency showed him 20 sets.
Mainly in Burlington and Oakville
However, the disappearance was a spark during his work at Ikea in the big cities that lived throughout Europe, before which he also worked at British Airways.
\"In the home industry, home is very important to me.
I need to feel at home when I open the door, especially when you live in different countries over the years, it\'s more important.
As a result, Bos from the Netherlands began its own home search, focusing on Hamilton.
\"I started looking at realtors and Kijiji and then one day I saw the building by car and I thought, \'This is so cute.
\"The building, located in the Stephenson neighborhood, is a former factory that has been converted into an attic.
Bos walked in and said, \"that\'s it.
\"It\'s lovely, with warm wood floors, bare beams, big windows with deep windowsill.
Bos says the house on this street dates back to its 1870 s, \"like going back in time \".
When the container arrived, Bos quickly sorted things out.
His works are widely circulated in Switzerland, Belgium, London, Glasgow, Jersey, Tokyo, etc.
\"That\'s why home is so important: you collect your own things and develop style;
Once your containers arrive, you take your stuff out and find a home for them that fits into this layout, and somehow it always works.
\"While Hamilton\'s attic is two floors, most of the time is spent on the main floor of the open space, including the kitchen, dining area, living room, office and bedroom.
Walk in the front door and you are in the living space right away.
An antique drawer purchased in London in their 90 s and a slender wooden rack installed by the front door help organize the chaos of arrival and departure.
On the right is the living room with a gas fireplace and bright morning light coming in from the east.
\"It has the look of the attic, but it\'s not that empty, and because the ceiling is not that high, you sometimes fall into the attic.
\"I like to have a warm, comfortable feeling at home,\" Bos said . \".
A large leather sofa is facing the iconic Noguchi coffee table Bos purchased in Belgium 20 years ago, as well as two chairs designed in Italy, and their trip is also very good.
\"I like their shapes and they are comfortable.
\"There are very few coverings for factory-sized windows, and deep windowsills are used to show works collected over the years.
\"I grew up at home with plants and flowers on the windowsill;
This is common in the Netherlands.
These windowsills are almost like cabinets and it\'s great to show what you like.
I like my Dutch style very much.
\"A compact and efficient kitchen faces a small dining area where Bos groups up cycl wooden chairs with mango wooden tables.
Outside the kitchen, another sitting area consisting of huge wooden columns and ceiling beams presents a beautiful antique glass cabinet filled with plates, cups and books.
It moved seven times with Bos.
A striking orange two
There is a seating sofa between the living room and the bedroom.
\"I found it in Sweden before the Ikea Design Center was launched and had to have it.
Bos uses the clever combination and matching theory of Ikea\'s flexible design to change wooden legs to metal legs for a modern look.
He did the same at the window.
Facing the desk, place a rectangular bamboo wood on a set of drawers in Ikea to decorate the office warmly.
In many ways, his loft is like a living lab with a design solution.
The storage space is minimal, so Bos uses cabinets, carts and boxes on wheels for storage.
\"I\'m not a minimalist, but I don\'t like a lot of clutter,\" he said . \".
To expand the sense of space at night, he used Ikea\'s small floor lamp in every corner of the room.
Ikea\'s barrier-free design concept and flexible solution are 52-year-old. \"Because (the loft)
Is all the open spaces you need to consider the color scheme, use similar shades, and then create compartments in the open space for sleeping, working, and dining.
It would help if the whole floor was the same.
\"Between 13 major stores in Canada that know Ikea, Bos wants to know about Hamilton.
\"I appreciate diversity and creativity;
I like the city and it feels good.
\"Everything looks better through the window\" Dutch style.
\"Krenwald @ gmail.
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