Found 6 Articles for Interior Designing

Difference between Asbestos and Fiberglass

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 06-Dec-2022 07:26:15
Both fiberglass and asbestos are fibrous minerals made up of very thin fibers, but fiberglass is generally considered to be a safer material due to its better performance in temperature conditions and greater tensile strength. It is generally considered secure when installed properly. Commercial production of fiberglass began in the 1930s, and since then, it has grown to become one of the most versatile and widely used materials in modern society. Fiberglass is a man-made product, while asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral. However, several countries have banned the material due to concerns about the risks it poses ... Read More

Difference between Beam and Girder

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 08-Jul-2022 12:45:46
Beams and girders are the structures made of timber, steel, or concrete that support and act as a primary structural system for buildings, bridges, and many other heavy structures. Even though both the members are used for the same purpose, and the terms are used synonymously, they come with distinguishing factors.For any engineer, builder, contractor, or architect who is working in the construction industry, it is very important to understand the difference between both them.An interesting fact is that all grinders can be beams, but all beams are not grinders because grinders are horizontal structures that are used in supporting ... Read More

Difference between Balcony and Patio

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 08-Jul-2022 12:42:05
When we talk about outdoor living areas, both balcony and patio are great options, but often people get confused between both, and most of the time, balcony and patio are used synonymously as most people are unaware of the term patio. This article will help you to understand the difference between both the terms and what are their purposes.What is a Balcony?Balcony is the outer open space of a building generally located on the upper floors, which is generally supported by walls, grills, and balustrades. It is usually a smaller space mostly used for ventilation. The balcony has a vast ... Read More

Future of Home Automation

sudhir sharma
Updated on 01-Feb-2022 07:23:07
Home Automation is creating new automation technologies for houses that will make them smart using internet-based technologies. These homes/houses that use home automation technologies are smart Homes.This field of home automation is fastly emerging in technology making homes safer and better places to live. These features help users to virtually monitor and control home attributes like lights, entertainment systems, security, climate control, etc.FUTURE OF HOME AUTOMATIONHome Automation is getter popular day by day making it the basic requirement for future homes which will be smart enough to provide the best possible comfort to people. This technology has a lot of ... Read More

What are some tips to decorate the room of a newlywed couple?

Updated on 28-Apr-2022 08:54:59
Wedding night is the most special moment in newlywed couple's life and so, it should be decorated well to make it memorable for their lifetime. Remember, that the decoration should be done as per the taste of newlyweds and not how you would deck up a kid's room or for your parents.The decoration should be such that it creates a romantic environment mixed with relaxation. So, how do we go about it?Use the right colorsColors play a major role in any room so, for a newlywed's bedroom choose romantic colors. For instance, match the blankets, bedding, and the drapes in ... Read More

Why do we have mirrors in Lifts?

Dev Kumar
Updated on 02-May-2022 05:40:51
There are different points of view offered by different folks about the origin of the idea of having mirrors inside elevators but on one thing they all have the same view - psychological and ergonomic factors rather than technological factors brought mirrors into elevators. One line of opinion says this business of mirrors in elevators first began in Japan where it helped to resolve an ergonomic problem for people in wheelchairs. As the elevators in those pre-World War II days were really small, it was pointed out that mirrors in these elevators helped the folks in wheelchairs to clearly see ... Read More