An Apartment, Surat
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Almost all natural stone floors are prone to staining, scratching and discolouration with time and use. Sand and dirt are common intruders that bruise the topmost layer, affecting the shine and polish of the stone. A daily routine of dusting and mopping the floor must be carried out with clean brooms and mops. Plain water or mild, detergent-free cleansers are best used for this purpose to avoid frequent interaction of the stone with chemicals. Spills and drips should be cleaned immediately to save the floor from permanent staining. To dig deeper on how to maintain the sheen of some common stone floor types, keep reading.
The living room is a large, comfortable place, furnished with sectionals. Plenty of natural light floods into the room, creating a lively, energised the atmosphere. The grey-blue seating and the white plastered walls keep the area looking neat and welcoming. “The living room is the most interesting space in the house, as it exemplifies the lifestyle of the client. The tumbled Kota flooring as well the red Agra sandstone work on the wall complement the soft-toned seating,” Shah says. Flooring: Tumbled Kota stone from Jayantilal & Co.; sofa: Alankaram; paint: Heritage Texture, ICI Dulux; lighting: Dorothy, Sunshine, Hive Home Wondering which tiles are perfect for Indian floors?