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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What to Know Before You Buy New Floor Tiles24 April 2019

1. Finalise your budgetThe cost of floor tiles varies, as they are available in both cost-effective as well as expensive options. Hence, it is essential to figure out your budget and determine the average price per square foot for the tiles to be selected.One can consider using the costlier tiles in certain areas of the home, such as the living and dining area, which has maximum visibility, or in a bedroom so as to get the decor of your choice. Keep an additional budget for the tiles of those specific areas and calculate your budget accordingly. The rest of the flooring of the house can use more economical options.Find a professional tile contractor

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 27 Genius Dining Area Ideas For Tiny Apartments27 February 2019

27. Location: New Delhi, IndiaDesign: Shreya Krishnan DesignIn this compact space, a small dining table with chairs fits into a corner next to the window.Read more:10 Tricks to Style a Small Dining AreaTell us:Which one do you like? Tell us in the Comments below.

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to Delhi Houzz: This Rooftop Barsati Has a Front-Row View to the Stars18 November 2018

A little further along, the living room merges into the dining room, with the only distinguishable difference between the two zones being the change of flooring – from polished wood panels to familiar heritage tile. The recurrence of the soft grey, old-world pattern draws indoors the look of the courtyard, lending a breezy air to the space.Read more:Delhi Houzz: Natural and Raw Finishes Score High in This Family HomeBangalore Houzz: Bursts of Colour Makes This a Happy Holiday HomeTell us:What did you like most about this home? Tell us in Comments below.

Shristi Nangalia added this to Patterns, Textures, Colours: 24 Striking Floors From Indian Homes22 October 2018

1. Pattern paradigmPatterned floors are trending again for all the good reasons. In this Delhi home, Shreya Krishnan Design stuck to a neutral palette and let the patterned floor take all the limelight in the dining and kitchen spaces. I like the way the patterns run up the wall and backsplash, tailoring a unified design.

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