Articles for your Home

In the spirit of new beginnings this new year, Hometriangle has consulted the experts and come up with some resolutions that will make your home a more beautiful, efficient, clean and green place in the coming year by implementing minimalism at your home.


Winter is fast approaching and, along with the weather, many of our thermostats are dropping down to survival mode temperatures. The luxury temperatures that we could afford to maintain in the fall seem impossible in the face of winter winds. Unfortunately our utility bills can’t drop as well.


A good cleaning of your home by self will take several days to complete, but the payoff is that you’ll breathe new life into your abode, and the whole place will feel fresher and healthier. Does the scale of the job make you shudder? Fear not: Hometriangle is giving you practical step-by-step guide will make it feel infinitely more manageable.


Painting being integral part of your home is the most challenging and important task . Inspite market giving lot of options to chose ranging from water-based acrylic and oil-based enamel paints but also by numerous finishes, which can radically change the look and feel of a space , makes people so confused to chose one from with very little idea where to use what paint.


While the celebratory spirit and excitement of Diwali is unmatchable, but it is imperative to celebrate the festival in a responsible manner with minimal consequence to the enviroment, keeping in mind the rising pollution levels. Hometriangle share some simple yet effective tips to celebrate Diwali in an eco-fiendly way.


Diwali is just around the corner.The wedding season is on, the winter is coming and the lights and lamps are out. The best outfits are out and we glow in this celebration time the most. Like us, our homes do rejoice during this time.The crazy Diwali parties, family get-together, all of this and more. Our homes require a little extra too. Let’s losen up this pressure a bit and focus on what one cannot miss about this Diwali.


No time or space for your own vegetable garden? No worries! You can still enjoy growing vegetables at home. There are some vegetables that you can regrow again and again from kitchen scraps. We have come up with a roundup of 15 vegetables that you can regrow again and again. Examples include lettuce, celery, basil, sweet potato and carrots.