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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.

Decorating the Bathroom

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There’s more to ideal bathrooms than the perfect plumbing and fixtures. Beautifying our bath spaces is now as important as doing up the rest of the interiors. And with good reason too. A washroom that is aesthetically pleasing can do much to help us start the day well; when guests ...

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Roff CeraClean

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Home maintenance and cleaning can be a messy affair, especially if you do not have the right products for the job on hand. As a product maker and an ardent DIYer working from home, I am often faced with greasy counters, and paint splatters on the floor, despite taking adequate ...

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Identifying problems with floor tiles

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Imagine a perfect floor, with the tiles lined up accurately. Sometimes, tiles are the usual suspects when leakage problems surface. But there are several things that affect the condition of your tiles, and rather than jumping to conclusions, this post will tell you exactly how to identify your tiling problem. ...

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How to Tile an Uneven Wall

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Both for safety and aesthetic reasons, it is important to lay tiles flat, on an even surface so that no tile stands out from the rest. Most of the uneven tiling problems arise from an uneven substrate (the underlying layer on which tiles rest). So how does one ensure that ...

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Fix Loose Floor Tiles

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When your floor has a loose tile, you just know it. A big tile will probably wobble every time you step on it. A small tile will move slightly or make a noise when stepped on. Sometimes, there are more obvious signs such as chips or cracks on the tiles.  ...

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Ways to apply tiling adhesive correctly

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Tiling is a great way to pretty up floors, pavements, walls and kitchen back-splashes. The application stage plays a major role on how well the tiles are laid. So if the adhesive is chosen, mixed and applied correctly, your tiling will be outstanding! This article will give you information and ...

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