Sharon Colaco DSouza is a professional content strategist and an interiors stylist. She is passionate about home décor, and runs a décor blog called The Keybunch. She is also the founder of Décor Drama, a popular online community for décor lovers. She is a published features writer and author. Do follow her latest series on The Huffington Post where she blogs about using vintage items in modern décor arrangements. She works from her home office in Pune, which she shares with her science-buff family consisting of a husband and two young kids.

Replacing Your Wooden Floors With Tiles

Replacing your wooden floors with tiles

Let’s pay special attention to our tiles today. Most people face the dilemma of wood over tile. Wooden floors look good, but when they have succumbed to the vagaries of time and neglect, they are never a pretty site. If you have a faded or chipped wooden floor, or it is rotting, know that replacing your floor with tiles is ...

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Swimming Pool Tiling and Grouting Basics

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Swimming pools are very popular extensions of homes and institutions these days. However, they need to be built with the best possible materials, with the right techniques, and waterproofed properly. This will ensure that the structure is durable, and long lasting. Swimming pools need to be watertight outside, while the tiling inside needs to be waterproofed. Today let’s explore waterproofing ...

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How To Ensure A Long-Lasting Tiling Finish

How To Ensure A Long-Lasting Tiling Finish

When doing up your interiors, while wall colours and interior work occupy your time, don’t forget to lay stress on choosing high quality tiling, and ensuring that they are laid properly. A good tile will ensure that the tiling lasts longer, and looks as good as new through the years. So how do we ensure this? Concentrating well on these ...

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Drawing Inspiration From Our Stone Monuments

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Name any Indian monument. Chances are it’s made of stone. Well, perhaps not common stones, but the more exotic varieties such as chlorite, red sandstone or marble. Nevertheless, these stones were all procured locally, right here in our country! For instance, the Taj Mahal’s foundations were built using red sandstone, black slate and white marble. In the later stages of ...

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