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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to 7 Surefire Signs That Moisture is Weighing Your Home Down5 April 2019

2. Your wooden furniture has started to rotThere’s nothing worse than seeing your grandfather’s prized rocking chair or an heirloom coffee table succumbing to humidity. Rotting wood is a classic sign of elevated moisture levels. Shortlist areas around your home most susceptible to moisture damage; the spots around your sinks and window sills are a good place to start. Check the integrity of wood by lightly pressing it. If it’s soft, you know it has weakened from moisture damage. Consider replacing affected wood and protecting it in the long term by keeping it out of direct sunlight and away from heating vents. Applying a fresh coat of lacquer to your wood every two years can also preserve it for longer.See how to prevent damp in your wardrobes

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Vaibhav added this to Vaibhav's Ideas21 March 2022

family Living room - opening at wall for light and air

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Two in one Centre and dining table

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Red bricks, grey and brown colors

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