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Shruti Verma wrote:20 April 2017
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    Studio Ebony
    3 years ago
    Looks like Jaisalmer Yellow Sandstone
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    Who cleans the blinds?

Ramya kalyanam wrote:22 April 2017

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    Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Tile Installation Tips: How to Have Flawless Floors10 July 2018

    8. Finally, check the tile installationThis can be checked by tapping the tiles – a hollow sound indicates that the tile has detached from the base floor or tile adhesive. If you find any such defect, ask the contractor to reinstall those tiles immediately.Now your tile installation job is complete!This story was last published in 2018 on Houzz IndiaRead more:7 Stunning Patterned Tiles That Are Hard to IgnoreWhich Tiles Are Perfect for Indian Floors?Tell us:Do you have any other suggestions about how to ensure proper tile installation? Let us know in the Comments section below.

    Preeti Singh added this to Best of Houzz Awards 2018: And the Winners Are...19 January 2018

    Winner (corridor): Khosla AssociatesSo many eye-catching elements in a single corridor: The yellow sandstone flooring, wood and stone roof and a sleek custom bookshelf.

    Shristi Nangalia added this to 6 Floors That Keep You Rooted in India12 June 2017

    5. Yellow sandstoneYellow sandstone is another attractive material from Rajasthan. This naturally lustrous stone is smooth textured and hard, with high tensile strength. It is durable, resistant to weather fluctuations and does not require special maintenance. In this Bengaluru home, Khosla Associates juxtaposes the stone slabs with concrete and wooden surfaces in a single frame. The punch of yellow adds a traditional Indian touch to the contemporary setup.

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    annabelleglick added this to annabelleglick's ideas8 July 2020

    Maybe in different colors though

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