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3 Ways to Use Natural Stone to Add Beauty and Elegance to Your Home

There is something just so beautiful and elegant about natural stone and this is why you will see so many high-end homes designed with granite, marble, and other architectural stones. Whether you are working with a builder to design a new home or are in the process of remodeling your current home, have you considered all the ways in which you can incorporate natural stone into your design for stunning effects? Here are three ideas you may wish to consider.

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The Key Steps to Protecting Your Home During a Home Construction Project

Have you decided that it’s time to tackle home renovations and even construction in your home? A remodel can be a very exciting time that can help you transform the space into your dream home. However, along with the excitement comes a whole lot of mess. Even when you try your best to be neat and tidy, accidents, spills, and just general dust and debris are the norm. With that said, there are a number of key steps you can take that will help protect your home during the process and ensure everything looks as good as new when you’re done.

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Top Tips to Eliminate Scratches from Acrylic

Acrylic is a clear, glass-like plastic known as poly(methyl) methacrylate (PMMA). It is a perfect alternative for products made of glass and this is the reason it is used to create furniture items, fish tanks, picture frames, splashbacks and mirrors. Besides, its practicality makes it an indispensable material that can be used to create most home items.

However, as handy as it has been, it catches scratches very easily, which mar its beauty. The question arises how to get rid of scratches from Acrylic? The Plastic People – a famous plastic product provider- has compiled some great tips to help you remove scratches from the acrylic products, especially the furniture items like coffee tables and side tables.  

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VastuShastra and How it Helps to Keep Home Healthy

Our home is a result of our hard work. It’s a place where we don’t just seek shelter, but also experience joy, happiness and progress. Almost all of us might have noticed that few homes look wealthy and full of life and few look very poor, environment of some homes seems to be very peaceful and on the other hand some homes are disreputable for Altercations. It is important to ensure the house is constructed properly and every aspect such as ventilation, distribution of sunlight, direction of kitchen or bathroom has been taken care of. 

Have you ever visited any place, be it your friends home or some grand historical monument? These monuments and structures are hundreds of years old, but still look gorgeous because their structures are based on various theories of Vastu Shastra such as north-to-south flow of the magnetic field or east-to-west rotation of the earth etc. Infact, according to the ancient Vastu Shastra leakage or seepage in any part of the home can also affect our spiritual and financial growth. It is believed that continuous leakage from the roof can cause unnecessary clashes between the housemates.

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How to Choose Heat Resistant Windows for your Home

Windows is an integral part of any home. Windows not only helps to add home’s privacy but can also save you from outer weather like rain, snow, wind and much more. Not only this, it add security to your home.

As we all know, technology is playing an important role in today’s era and windows is no exception. There are many high performance windows coming these days that can help you reduce energy loss, heat resistant windows and becoming more smarter too.

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Things to do for an Easier and Happier Monsoon at Home

We eagerly wait for monsoon every year as it provides a relief from the summer heat and bestows upon us the gift of greenery to soothe our eyes looking around. However, ingress of water during the rainy season disturbs us a lot. Water Seepage through the walls and cracks in ceilings can cause serious health concerns such as asthma, irritations in eyes, sore throat or bronchitis and make the ambiance unhygienic. 

Another major concern associated with leakage is that it hampers the décor of our homes and damages the expensive furniture as well. Due to seepage marks of rain water and wet patches, the look of the entire exterior of the home also gets spoiled and becomes a reason for social embarrassment.

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11 Tips to Choose the Perfect Chair for your Home Office

If you are into freelancing and have set up a home office where you tend to spend hours, I am sure you have all you want to ensure there is no compromise with style and comfort. The word comfort reminds me of the seating on which one tends to spend hours. There are oodles of choice available in the market that will make you drool over by its appearance, but then at later stages one realises that their choice was not smart for the fact that it is not functionally smart.

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10 Christmas Outdoor Decoration Ideas You’ll Love

It is chilly outside and there is much needed warmth inside. The best part of the season is that there is so much we can enjoy; from the weather to cozy comfortable attire, sitting near the fireplace and enjoying the cup of coffee, those cuddles and much more. With the festivities in full swing, people are making every possible effort to bring in the warmth and make their interiors decorated and spread coziness. This reminds me of an article which we came up with on how to decorate the master bedroom walls of your home.

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10 Unique Ways to Decorate your Master Bedroom Wall

From furniture pieces to selection of colors, home furnishing items and likewise; each one of us has different choice when it comes to decorating our modern interiors. While some people want modular space saving furniture others, don’t hesitate to bring in huge furniture pieces. Similarly, some people get the walls of their home in bright colors while on the other hand others go for subtle colors.

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