Property Type
  • Ho Chi Minh

  • Ha Noi

  • Bedroom

  • Bathroom

  • Move-in

  • Size Range


  • Overview

    Vinhomes Central Park project 107 Sqm BT105019 is an apartment for rent has 3 bedrooms with beautiful furniture. Saigon river view as its highlights.

    -.- Living room reference story: Tutorial layout a small living room

    The layout this room: The daybed faces a settee, a slender acrylic coffee table and a fur pouf between them; there’s a built-in window seat beneath a bank of windows on the opposite side of the room. Seats: seven.

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    Trying skip the sofa. Who says a living room has to have a sofa at all? If space is tight, try circling two, three or four armchairs around a coffee table instead. For added flexibility, you make the coffee table a tray-topped ottoman that can be used as a seat, or add a pouf or stool to the arrangement. The layout: Set a low, round coffee table in the center of the room with three armchairs around it.


    Try a coffee table or nesting side tables with a waterfall edge in one of these clear materials. Try an “invisible” piece. The wonderful materials to use in a small living room are Acrylic, Lucite and glass, because they take up zero visual space. 
    Put low seats in front of the fireplace. Put a pair of small, X-benches, backless seats — stools, ottomans — in front of the fireplace in a small living room to sneak in some extra seating without blocking the room’s focal point. In fact, far from blocking the fireplace, a pair of low, cute seats can actually make the fireplace area look more inviting … and if they come with concealed storage, so much the better!
    The layout: Put a long chesterfield sofa against the wall opposite the fireplace and a pair of armchairs in front of a bay window, add a slim, clear coffee table. Set a pair of small upholstered storage ottomans in front of the fireplace. Seats: seven.

    -.- Kitchen reference story: Combination of wood and white

    Vinhomes Central Park project
    Special feature: white walls, white marble counters, white cabinetry. “The natural lighting in this 1800s farmhouse is incredible, so a white kitchen just felt right,” says designer Luis Farast. In contrast, natural wood elements in varying tones add texture, warmth and a sense of history to the new elements in the room. Reclaimed wood from a wing that was taken down was repurposed as a window seat, echoing the character of the original exposed beams. The dining table is distressed pine and the wooden bowl and pestle are vintage. The flooring is oak stained to match the original wide plank flooring found throughout the rest of the house.


    ​Homeowners’ request: Keep things clean and simple, finishes and textures wherever possible, employing natural materials. Luis says: “The bones of the house are amazing, I felt a responsibility to let it speak for itself and not overdesign. The wall and trim color are consistent throughout the house, so the natural wood tones, the repetition of the honed white marble in the baths and the passages of gray slate flooring — they all draw you from room to room. It just flows beautifully. It was very important that the kitchen transition seamlessly into the other spaces and this space feel authentic.”
    Why the design works: “A wall of windows floods the space with light, amplifying the size of the room, reflecting off the honed marble and glass,” Luis says. “The exposed beams and warm woods tone down the formality and make the space feel more intimate and lived-in.”

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    Luis says: “As is common with projects of this type, you never know what you’ll find when you open up 180-year-old walls. As demolition progressed, the ceiling beams were exposed and their original face was removed to make room for the new Sheetrock. Initially, the space was to be taken back to the studs and the walls were to be Sheetrocked right to the ceiling. Once we saw the beams, however, and saw what they added to the space, we knew they had to stay. It was unfortunate that the original face had been removed, you’d never know, but to see them now. They just belong there. The kitchen would be a different place without them.”
    Designer secret: “As a designer or homeowner, when tackling a project like this, throughout the process, it’s so important to really be present in the space,” Luis says. “You can add a lot of beautiful things to a space, but sometimes highlighting what is already there can be invaluable. As with the beams, you never know what treasures you’ll find.”


    Splurges and savings: The homeowners splurged on the sink and custom inset cabinetry, and saved on the appliances. 
    Cabinetry: Essex inset door in custom Nordic White finish with rub throughs, Wood-Mode; sink: Shaws Original, Rohl; faucet: Twisthaus Collection in Pewter, Whitehaus; floors: oak; window seat: reclaimed wood; counters and full height stone backsplash: Three centimeter Carrara marble in a honed finish; ; The nitty-gritty: Wall and trim paint: Popped Corn (W-B 200); hardware: Top Knobs, Normandy Collection in pewter; pendant lights & chandelier: Pottery Barn; counter stools: Pottery Barn; range: Bosch; range hood; dishwasher: KitchenAid; dining table: trestle style, Pottery Barn

    -.- Bedroom reference story: Surprising revelations to get more sleep


    The third best color for getting sleep is green because it is creates a calm and soothing vibe. People with green rooms get an average of seven hours and 30 minutes of sleep per night, and 22 percent of those surveyed say they wake up "feeling upbeat and positive."

    -.- Bathroom reference story: How to decorate shower niche more beautiful?

    Vinhomes Central Park project
    Niche tile: The tile in the niches is 1-by-2-inch Bianco Carrara brick tile. The niche surround is edged in Hampton Carrara polished marble pencil tile (0.625 by 12 inches). The niches themselves are framed with a narrower pencil tile, Carrara Somerset (0.375 by 12 inches). Solid Carrara pieces line the top, sides and bottom of the niche. The tile is from The Tile Shop.
    Shower tile: Ceramic 3-by-6-inch subway tile
    Niche size: Each niche is 14 inches wide by 16 inches high. The bottom niche is 24 inches off the floor and is intended as a ledge for shaving. The niches and surrounding accent are centered within the 9-foot-high shower wall and are a total of 5 feet high.

    Other apartments:

    1. Vinhomes Ho Chi Minh BT105007

    2. Vinhomes Central BT105004

    3. Vinhomes Central Park skyscrapercity BT105005

    Other projects:

    1. Penthouse Masteri Thao Dien

    2. Novaland Tropic Garden

    3. The Estella apartment
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  • Location

    International School Khai Sáng

    0.8 km

    Ye Korean Center

    0.3 km

    ISasa Ballet Star Hill Studio

    0.7 km

    International School Khai Sáng

    0.8 km

    Ye Korean Center

    0.3 km

    ISasa Ballet Star Hill Studio

    0.7 km

  • Basic Information
    • Bedroom


    • Bathroom


    • Size Range


    • Project

      Vinhomes Central Park

    • Purpose


    • Pet Allow


    • View


    • Floor


    • Furniture


    • Rent

      1650$ per month

    • Available

    • Contract


    • Deposit


  • Outside Facilities
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