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Insulated windows or double-glazed windows (as they are commonly called) have become increasingly popular in the last decade. Unlike traditional windows, these contemporary counterparts contain panes of glass with the space between the panes filled with inert gasses such as xenon, argon, krypton to form an airtight seal. These windows come framed in materials like aluminum and uPVC and act as an insulating barrier between the interior and exterior of the building.


One of the most premium but unused decorative real estate in our homes is the wall behind our sofa. There is no better place than that wall if you want to add a design statement to your home because the wall behind your sofa is a plain surface that offers maximum visibility. So, we at HomeTriangle came up with 8 ways in which you can make the most of it to use to your advantage.


One of the most important parts of your home is a carefully thought-out lighting plan. A well-lighted home uses the three most basic types of lighting, ambient lights, task lights, and accent lighting in a way where they all complement each other. So what is task lighting and how can you use it in your home efficiently?


Everyone who loves nature and gardening wishes for a serene garden where they can unwind after a long day at the office or on a leisurely weekend. But, most of us living in the urban jungles that we passionately call metropolitan cities are restricted by the lack of space. If you’re like us and would love to have a garden but don’t have space for it, terrace gardens are your answer.


General lighting, also called ambient lighting is brought into a room to light it up completely by providing a uniform level of illumination throughout the room without depending on any other lighting sources. The purpose of installing ambient lighting is to ensure safe and easy traffic and create an overview of the room. In layman’s terms, ambient lighting helps you not to trip over things.


Space is probably the most valued aspect of a small kitchen that is currently found in apartments and flats in most of our Indian cities. In such homes, where space is in short supply, it is essential to plan a kitchen that maximizes space and has a functional layout with generous storage space all the while looking great.


A living roof or an “eco-roof” is commonly called when the roof surface is partially or completely covered with vegetation. A green roof is also called an “eco-roof” because it brings in a lot of sustainable advantages like heat moderation, reducing surface runoff, providing insulation, etc.