Articles for your Home

Everyone knows that the terrace is subject to the most extreme atmospheric conditions such as scalding sunlight, heat, wind, and heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. Even though the architectural designs incorporate necessary steps to ensure the rainwater flow to dedicated outlets, sometimes it's not just enough.


Everyone loves their home and wants to keep their home clean and hygienic. But with the current fast-paced lifestyle we lead, it seems impossible to keep our dreams home ‘dreamy’. Even with everything going on in our lives, we still try and maintain the homes as clean as possible. But when it comes to cleaning during festivals, it's a whole different ball-game. We firmly believe that Gods and Goddesses don't feel welcome in an unclean home and we consider cleanliness as a state of purity, clarity, and precision.


All of us want our homes to be a safe haven, especially at these tiring and stressful times. One of the most important parts of keeping your home a haven at a fundamental level is ensuring that you live in a hygienic environment that keeps you healthy. Even though pretty much every health organisations including the WHO has said that the noval coronavirus is spread through close personal contact and not through sufaces, it is still very important to keep your homes clean and hygienic because of the fact that these viruses can live on inanimate surfaces for hours to days.


A well-chosen and well-installed flooring can uplift and bring about dramatic changes to the whole vibe of your house. Now it is 2020 and we have more options than ever in terms of flooring. But choosing the right flooring that beautiful yet practical may not be as easy as it seems. While the traditional flooring options like marble, granite, and mosaic still stay unchallenged, there has been a steady rise in the number of people choosing other options.