Articles for your Home

HomeTriangle.com's "Homeowner Styles" series features contributions from style savvy homeowners who open the doors to their home to welcome the HomeTriangle audience and share their thoughts and ideas about the special spots in their homes and the aesthetic elements that came together to craft one of a kind decor and interiors! What's life without a little color? In this feature Neha Agarwal describes a collection of colorful prints of art by artists like Van Gogh and Monet on display in an "art" corridor leading to the bedrooms in this home.


Color is capable of transforming spaces in a mystical way. The right combo of color and technique can help create a myriad of stunning optical illusions that strongly influence how people perceive spaces and shapes. Such clever deception, makes small spaces seem bigger, adds depth to the interiors, and can even help recreate a favorite outdoor setting indoors for fabulous effect! Interested in dabbling with color to spruce up your small home? Here are few basic guidelines to help you get creative and use color to your advantage.


It is only natural that you may be inclined to paint your home in your signature shade. Integrate your signature color into interior decor and painting schemes without overdoing it by using color in moderation, in interior accents or to paint an accent wall. Read on to find out more.


Happy Holi! Holi is such a colorful holiday, full of the color of life, festive banter and playfulness, bringing out the child in every adult and indulging the naughty side of every child with the license to make a colorful mess for once, and without any repercussions too! Bring the colorful Holi spirit into your home decor with these gorgeous ideas that are so simple to do! A great way to throw a Holi brunch or dinner party and wow your friends and neighbors with artfully put together colorful displays.


Painting your home can be taxing and not knowing potential painting problem areas can result in an unsatisfactory paint job in the end. The entire experience can be frustrating and while some mistakes are very common and need no additional insight, there are some 'not so obvious' mistakes that are just as responsible for shoddy work.