There is no denying that the laundry days are usually the most dreaded day of our life. Hate it or dislike it, you cannot avoid t. Utmost what you can do is design the laundry room of your home as comfortable and beautiful, making it a happy place.
Every house owner dreams of an abode that is decorated to perfection from top to bottom and has all the trappings of luxury. This holds true for both the exteriors and interiors of the house which includes the terrace.
Our home is not a stranger to granite. It is used extensively as kitchen counter-top, bathroom sink table or pathway and sills mainly because it is strong and resistant to heat and stain.
The balcony is a great place to relax and unwind, experiencing nature at it's finest after being cooped up indoors all day. Many homeowners allow the size of their balconies to get the better of them, writing them off as they are too small.
Quite often, the balcony is used as a storage area due to the lack of space in a home. Many items are kept in the balcony like discarded boxes, expired electronic items and books that sometimes clutter the space if they are not appropriately arranged.
Spirituality and religion is in our blood and carried on with full devotions and emotions. It’s our devotion only that we build the abode for God who is the creator of the universe and call it Mandir or temple.
Having a small house often becomes a challenge when it comes to arranging different rooms within. However, there are certain areas where you can make little adjustments and save space that you can utilize in other ways.
Featured here are 7 beautiful and unique pooja room designs by Indian interior architects and interior designers at homify. Pooja or prayer rooms are designed to create a sacred space where we send our prayer vibrations to the Gods we adore.
The balcony holds a special place in our home. Maybe it is because this open space connects us to the world. Or maybe it is one that place of our home where we can enjoy the natural surroundings in the company of your loved ones or just yourself.
They come in glass, fabric, reed or wood, and can be either fixed or movable, and some types of terrace roofing can even be extended or retracted, based on the actual needs, with a remote control.