Stone Coated Roofings :A stylish roof

Stone Coated Roofings :A stylish roof




For over 100 years architects, builders, engineers and designers have specified metal roofing to protect their projects. Metal has a long standing reputation for performance, longevity, versatility and beauty.

Stone coated metal roofing was refined during and after the World War II and since then it has captured the global market due to its advantages like light weight, outstanding durability, and easy handling.

A-one stone coated roofing systems offer a high performance alternative to other roofing products, ideal for new construction or renovation in commercial, institutional and residential applications where high performance, long life and low maintenance are desired.

A-one Stone coated roofing sheets are manufactured to international quality standards and are tested to comply with or exceed relevant building codes and regulations.


  1. High Performance
  2. Lightweight
  3. Corrosion resistance
  4. Low Maintenance
  5. Fire Safe
  6. Freeze/Thaw Resistant
  7. 120 mph Wind Warranty
  8. Attractive Appearance
  9. 50 Year Limited Warranty
  10. Find suppliers
October 21, 2017 |

GYPSSUM BOARD:quality& types,overview,advantages,applicable ,best suppliers




Gypsum board is the generic name for a family of panel products that consist of a noncombustible core, composed primarily of gypsum, and a paper surfacing on the face, back and long edges. Gypsum board is one of several building materials covered by the umbrella term “gypsum panel products.” All gypsum panel products contain gypsum cores; however, they can be faced with a variety of different materials, including paper and fiberglass mats.

Gypsum board is often called drywall, wallboard, or plasterboard. It differs from other panel-type building products, such as plywood, hardboard, and fiberboard, because of its noncombustible core and paper facers. When joints and fastener heads are covered with a joint compound system, gypsum wall board creates a continuous surface suitable for most types of interior decoration.


Gypsum board can be applied over wood or metal framing or furring. It can be applied to masonry and concrete surfaces, either directly or to wood or metal furring strips. When applying board directly to masonry or concrete surfaces, smooth or fill in any irregularities to ensure proper attachment and an acceptable final finished surface. Furring properly attached to interior sides of exterior walls provides flat surfaces for standard fastener application as well and sufficient separation from substrates to overcome dampness in exterior walls. Do not allow gypsum board to directly contact surfaces, such as concrete or soil, with potentially high moisture contents. Most common in residential construction is the gypsum wallboard system1in which the joints between the panels and internal corners are reinforced with tape and covered with joint compound to create a surface suitable for final decoration. External corners are normally reinforced with either a metal or plastic corner bead which in turn is covered with joint compound. Exposed edges are covered with metal or plastic trim. The result is a smooth, unbroken surface ready for final decoration of paint, textures, wallpaper tile, paneling, or other materials,


  • Lightweight, cost-efficient material that readily accepts a wide range of decorative finishes.
  • Gypsum Board is easily cut for quick installation, permitting painting or other decoration and the installation of metal or wood trim almost immediately.
  • Expansion and contraction under normal atmospheric changes is negligible.
  • Fire Resistance
  • Sound Isolation
  • Durability
  • Economic
  • Versatilty
October 21, 2017 |

UPVC: Door & Window ,partitions & Roofings ,profiles: Best Look & Cheapest :quality,market,overview,applicable,advantages,best suppliers,







UPVC (Un-plasticized polyvinyl chloride) Door and Window is mainly used in the replacement for wood in construction.

This technology meets the higher demands of inhabitant comfort as it is durable with minimal expansion and contraction, provides superior insulation from outside heat, are self extinguishing and do not propagate fire. It is the material of choice for achieving both economic and environmental balance.

Throughout the globe, for more than 30 years, UPVC has become one of the most used materials. From the deserts of Arizona to the coldest parts of Scandinavia, this technology has been serving successfully. This material also has been proved to be useful in extreme hot conditions of the gulf.

With the UPVC windows and doors market share growing faster than any other new product in Australia, and its market being established in global scenario, builders from Nepal are also increasingly using and preferring this materials.

Kshamadevi building materials is the authorized dealer of CONCH brand UPVC materials being manufactured and traded by China Anhui Conch Group and Wuhu Conch Profiles and Science Co. Ltd. With the experience of more than 6-7 decades in this industry, these companies have the production capacity of 60 million tons and are currently serving all over China and are exported to numerous countries like United Kingdom, Germany, and Russia.

Specification of UPVC Profile

Sliding and Casement Window
SN Profile Size Remarks
1 Sliding Window/ Door Frame 88 x 52 Color White
2 Sliding Window Sash 57 x 42 Color White
3 Sliding Door Sash 80 x 37 Color White
4 Casement Window Frame 60 x 60 Color White
5 Casement Window Sash 78 x 60 Color White
6 Casement Window Mullion 72 x 60 Color White
4 Iron 1.5mm


Hinge Door
SN Profile Size Remarks
1 Hinge Door Frame 60 x 60 Color White
2 Hinge Door Sash 104 x 60 Color White
3 Hinge Door Mullion 72 x 60 Color White
4 Door Panel 100 x 25 Color White

Glass: 5 mm Indian Glass

Insect Preventing Net: Nylon- Color Grey

Hardware: Patented Standard Hardware’s like Rollers, Gaskets, Brush seal, Moon locks, Normal locks, Door locks, Silicon, Pufoam, 100 mm Grip Screw etc with all necessary hardware’s.

Note: Casement Shutter available at extra charge of NRs 5000 only.




  • Perfect Insulation: keeps the cold out and the warmth in during winter and vice versa in the summer, ultimate in insulation, safe on   heating and cooling bills.
  • Highly hygienic: keeps dust, polling, wind and bacteria out while closed
  • Virtually no maintenance required
  • Superb safety with highly advanced multi point locking systems all around
  • Windows are made to size, excellent when replacing windows etc
  • Wood look alike with real feeling grain’
  • Modern UPVC is not affected by wind, dust particles, sun UV and other natural elements
  • Easy to clean
  • Easy operation
  • Integral lift rails, interlocks and weather-stripping pocket,
  • Environmently friendly
  • Cheap & Best

UPVC Roofings

The excellent quality of UPVC roofing sheet is ensured by using high-quality materials,high-tech durability formula,and the whole set of imported tri-ply co-extruded compound foamed equipment.

Key Features of UPVC Roofing Sheet:

  • Super heat and sound insulation.
  • Anti-corrosion.
  • Water-proof.
  • Easy to install.
    • Outstanding sound and heat insulation.
    • Acid and alkali resistance:Foam UPVC roof tile has extra anti-corrosion capacity.
    • Light weight: 4.0kg/m2, 5.0kg/m2, 6.0kg/m2.
    • 100% water resistance.
    • Fire resistance: B1 grade.
    • Excellent anti-impact capacity.
    • Weather resistant:the UV agent mixing in the corrugated sheet,which can truly resist the damage of ultraviolet ray.
    • Environment protection: it does not contain asbestos with no carcinogen released.
    • Beauty: UPVC roof tile has rich and bright colors,The regular colors are Black ,Red,White,Beige,Green,Blue,Grey,Brick Red.
    • Easy to drill,saw and install,available proportion is up to 95%.

आधुनिक समयमा काठपातबाट मात्रै झ्याल ढोका निर्माण हुन्छ भन्ने मानसिकता हटाउनु पर्छ । पहिलो कुरा त अधिक काठपातको प्रयोगले वातावरणीय असन्तुलन कायम हुने विज्ञहरुको भनाइ छ ।

वैकल्पिक उपायको रुपमा रहेको युपिभिसीको लाइफ ग्यारेन्टी हुन्छ । तर काठका झ्याल ढोकामा ४\५ वर्ष पछि नै किरा लाग्ने सम्भावना धेरै हुन्छ । काठका उत्पादन पसाङ्गिन पनि सक्छ ।

त्यस्तै काठमा विशेष गरी रङरोगन तथा डिजाइनमा समय लाग्छ । तर, युपिभिसीमा न किरा लाग्ने डर हुन्छ, न पसाङ्गिने डर ।


त्यस्तै युपिभिसीलाई एकपटक प्रयोग गरेपछि मेन्टिनेन्स गरिरहनु पर्ने झन्झट हुँदैन । रङ्रोगनको भन्झटबाट पनि मुक्त हुने हुदाँ त्यसको प्रयोग बढ्दै गएको व्यवसायीहरु बताउँछन् । युपिभिसीका उत्पादनलाई डिजाइन गर्न धेरै समय लाग्दैन ।

क्षमादेवी ग्रुपका अध्यक्ष तथा युपिभिसी उत्पादक राजकुमार बस्नेतका अनुसार अर्डर गरेको एक देखि दुई हप्ता भित्र युपिभिसीका झ्याल, ढोका तथा खापा तयार हुने गर्छ । त्यस्तै फिट गर्न तथा डिजाइन तयार गर्न पनि समय नलाग्ने अध्यक्ष बस्नेतले बताए ।

काठ भन्दा ६० प्रतिशत सस्तो

युपिभिसी डोर्स, झ्याल तथा खापाहरु काठका उत्पादन भन्दा ६० प्रतिशतले सस्तो पर्छ । अहिले काठको १५ सय देखि दुइ हजार रुपियाँ प्रति स्वायर फिट पर्छ तर युपिभिसीको डिजाइन अनुसार ५ सय देखि ७ सयसम्म प्रति स्वायर फिट पर्ने गर्छ ।

तयार गर्न समय लाग्ने र डिजाइन तथा रङ्रोगनमा धेरै समय खपत हुन्छ । अझ काठको उत्पादन तयार गर्न धेरै प्रक्रिया पूरा गर्नुपर्ने भएकाले पनि काठका उत्पादन महङ्गो हुने गरेको हो ।

भुकम्प प्रतिरोधी

युपिभिसीका उत्पादनलाई भुकम्प प्रतिरोधी मानिन्छ । प्राधिकका अनुसार युपिभिसीको बाक्लोपन उच्च भुकम्प प्रतिरोधी हुन्छ । युपिभिसीको भित्रिभागमा फलामे डण्डीको समेत प्रयोग गरिएको हुन्छ ।

आगलागीबाट मुक्ति

प्लाष्टिकबाट बनेको भन्ने बित्तिकै हामी आगोलागी भैहाल्छ भन्ने आममानिसको बुझाइ छ । तर, युपिभिसीको झ्याल तथा ढोकामा आगलागी हुने कुनै सम्भावना नै रहदैन ।

‘युपिभिसीमा प्लास्टिकको जल्ने भाग पहिल्यै रिफाईन गरिएको हुन्छ’ युपिभिसी प्राविधिक रुवेश घोरासाइने भन्छन्, ‘आगो लागि भै हाल्यो भने पनि युपिभिसीका झ्यालढोका डल्लो पर्छ,तर आगो भने सल्किन्न ।’

Source: nirmansanchar

October 20, 2017 |

House inspection by KMC



KATHMANDU — The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has deployed 28 engineers for onsite inspection to minimize the constructions taking place in violation of the officially approved maps.

The KMC has deployed 18 from the wards and 10 engineers from the center for regular monitoring of all the buildings currently under construction. Around 10 to 15 residential and commercial buildings are built in Kathmandu on a daily basis.

KMC’s engineer, Ram Thapa, said the decision for deploying engineers for regular monitoring at the construction sites was taken due to the fact that many residential buildings were found to have been built against the maps approved by the KMC.

Earlier, the KMC had been carrying out the inspection only after the houses were constructed. It used to inspect the construction sites only based on complaints.

It is estimated that 80 per cent of the total buildings in Kathmandu is built without compliance to the map endorsed by the metropolitan city. The houses are found to have violated a plethora of criterion including noncompliance with the map, not leaving open spaces and adding more floors without permission. RSS

October 18, 2017 |

Major Hydro powers projects


Hydro book of 100 years Rs 2500 For BUY TODAY


Pharping ,The first hydro power project in Nepal was installed in 1911 AD. with capacity of 500 kW .
Some of the major hydropower plants in Nepal are given below
Kaligandaki Hydropower Plant, Syangja
Capacity: 144,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Middle Marsyangdi Hydropower Project, Rasuwa
Capacity: 70,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Marshyangdi Hydropower Plant, Tanahun
Capacity: 69,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Khimti Hydropower Plant, Dolakha
Capacity: 60,000 kW
Project Owner: Himal Power Limited

Kulekhani I Hydropower Plant, Makawanpur
Capacity: 60,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project, Sindhupalchok
Capacity: 36,000 kW
Project Owner: Bhote Koshi Power Company

Kulekhani II Hydropower Plant, Makawanpur
Capacity: 32,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Trishuli Hydropower Plant, Nuwakot
Capacity: 24,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Chilime Hydropower Project, Rasuwa
Capacity: 20,000 kW
Project Owner: Chilime Hydropower Company

Gandaki Hydropower Plant, Nawalparasi
Capacity: 15,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Devighat Hydropower Plant, Nuwakot
Capacity: 14,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Modi Hydropower Plant, Parbat
Capacity: 14,000 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Upper Modi Hydropower Project, Parbat
Capacity: 14,000 kW
Project Owner: GITEC Nepal Private Limited
Jhimruk Hydropower Plant, Pyuthan
Capacity: 12,300 kW
Project Owner: Butwal Power Company

Sunkoshi Hydropower Plant, Sindhupalchok
Capacity: 10,050 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Indrawati Hydropower Project, Sindhupalchok
Capacity: 7,500 kW
Project Owner: National Hydropower Company

Puwa Hydropower Plant, Ilam
Capacity: 6,200 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Andhikhola Hydropower Plant, Syangja
Capacity: 5,100 kW
Project Owner: Butwal Power Company

Chatara Hydropower Project, Sunsari
Capacity: 3,200 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority

Panauti Hydropower Project, Kavre
Capacity: 2,400 kW
Project Owner: Nepal Electricity Authority


August 21, 2017 |

Wood Carvings in Nepal










Woodcarving in Nepal has been most highly developed in the Kathmandu Valley, which comprises Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur districts. These three are home to the world’s rarest wooden art. Perhaps nowhere else in the world are the carvings as sophisticated, dramatic and extensively incorporated in construction. Even the name, “Kathmandu,” indicates the unique focus of this area. Derived from the Sanskrit word kastamandap, whichis the conjunction of kasta, meaning wood and mandapa, meaning temple or hall, Kathmandu means “temple made of wood.”

At the western edge of Kathmandu’s Durbar Square one finds the structure known as Kastamandap, the oldest surviving timber structure in the valley, its three tiers of pagoda roof rising fifty feet above a long veranda. The structure dates back 800 years, and legend tells how it was constructed entirely from the trunk of a single sal tree(Shorea robusta). Yet with the extent of wooden temples and iconography throughout Kathmandu and vicinities, a more accurate definition of “Kathmandu” would be “city of temples made of wood.”

Temple pillars, Deity icons and palace portals display the epitome of local carving skill. Apart from these, the predominant use of elaborate woodwork is in doorways and windows of the wealthy, though even common households strive to embellish their structures. Usually, frames of doors and windows are made of hardwood–a painstaking job. Hardwoods are first seasoned for a number of years so that the doors and windows can last for centuries. Frames are primarily carved with floral designs. The doors themselves are usually made of softwood and carved with images of Gods and Goddesses. But wherever the doors are exposed to harsh conditions, they are made of hardwood as well. Some are decorated with the eyes of Buddha. Others have designs of the traditional religious water pot, kalash, fish and flowers, all symbols of good fortune.

Apart from many standard options, the preferred ornamental designs are the lotus window, mesh, chariot, peacock and oriel windows. Windows in Nepal serve a higher function than those of Western architecture. They are not mere inlets for air and light, but are portals of peace and beauty. Sculpted upon them are images of Gods and Goddesses who are expected to protect residents within from evil forces. Certain windows are not even meant for looking through. Their main function is artistic and symbolic. As such, many styles of window do not open. The option to peer out is found mostly in balcony windows, through which modest and reserved women can view the happenings in the city without becoming involved. Such windows are symbols of higher social and economic status of those people.

The Nepalese woodcarving tools are simple and traditional: chisel, adze, handsaw, wooden mallet and jack plane. Craftsmen embellish wood for interior decoration as well as for exterior use. For centuries, a particular caste among the Nepalese Newars, called “Silpakar,” has dutifully preserved the country’s woodcarving heritage. Lately, however, peoples of other castes have joined the occupation. Originally supported and encouraged by the Malla kings, the art is now supported primarily through purchases made by Western tourists.

Patan is known as city of FINE ARTS in the world.

Most Silpakars are still engaged themselves in various aspects of the woodcarving industry. Silpakars are prominent at Jombahal, in Lalitpur, and out of 700 Silpakar families in Bugmati, 300 operate their own woodcarving shops. Om Krishna Silpakar,  the owner of Om Wood Carving & Jk wood carving,run by Anjana Tamrakar  (9841750785 0),purna wood Carving  at Patan  are  such  a family.Wood carving Industries  estd in 1967,by Moti Lal silpakar  ,at Patan industrial Estate is  a pioneer wood carvings exporters in international market  who introduce a wood carvings business  in Nepal.


Most Silpakars, feels an abiding love of and responsibility to his tradition. “om krishna silpakar  proud that I have protected the wood carving industry started by my forefathers,” he said. “I have been able to introduce Nepal to some 40 to 50 countries through the exports of my woodwork. This gives me great satisfaction. During my childhood, I would be thrilled when tourists visited. I still remember fondly when King Tribhuvan and Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visited our workshop.”

Of late, modern construction has threatened to usurp traditional architecture. Yet the old-style carvings still lure tourists. In an effort to preserve existing ancient works, the Bhaktapur municipality has strictly prohibited the demolition of traditional buildings for replacement with modern ones.

History relates how woodcarving in Nepal developed in Kathmandu Valley largely during the Malla dynasty, which was founded in 1350 by Jayasthiti Malla. The Malla period continued for almost 600 years and was a glorious era in the history of Nepal. Mallas developed trade and commerce, industry, religion and culture. They reached a high level of perfection in the fields of art and architecture. John Sanday in his book Monuments of the Kathmandu Valley writes, “The traditional buildings that are mostly in evidence throughout the valley today represent the craft and architecture of the Malla dynasty, which started in the fourteenth century, survived the early Shah period, but rapidly faded during the Rana era.” The Rana period started in Nepal with the rise of Jang Bahadur Rana in 1846 and the system crumbled down in 1951. One of the reasons why the artistic and architectural activity flourished during the Malla period was that the kings protected such activity. Whatever architecture Nepal has to be proud of today is not from modern construction but solely due to the beautiful art cultivated by the Malla regime.

Today, things are not all favorable for the Nepalese craftsmen. Woodcarvers have their own challenges to overcome. Ramlal Silpakar complains, “The depletion of forests has created a shortage of sal trees, which take at least a hundred years to mature in the forest. It is not within the means of many of the craftsmen to afford the skyrocketing prices of sal wood.” Sita Maiya adds, “Lack of incentive from the side of the state is also a serious problem. In the past, the carving industry prospered because of protection from the state. But now, who cares for the industry?” Ram Bahadur, who has been in carving for generations, states, “We have to stand and make a living on our own. Prospects for training are limited. Many craftsmen families who used to carve wonders have abandoned their craft.” And Shyam Sakya, a prominent woodcarvings businessman says that the domestic market has been whittled down to just the affluent.

A unique success in wood arts is the Hotel Dwarikas, which is the lifetime achievement of late Dwarika Das Shrestha. The hotel is the manifestation of his effort to restore and preserve a culture and a heritage. Shrestha rescued ancient carvings from demolition sites and commissioned new works from local craftsmen, all of which are maintained and displayed in the hotel, which he created to be a “living museum.” Dwarikas ( is now dynamically managed by Shrestha’s wife, Ambica,


July 26, 2017 |

Prices increased in constructions materials





Prices of major  construction materials:bricks, gravels,cement, sand and iron rods, have increased by  20 percent in the domestic market in the last three months, as post-earhquake reconstruction works have fuelled demand for these products.

Each tipper (265 cubic feet) of sand now costs Rs30,000. The product used to cost Rs25,000 around three months ago, according to Narayan Paudel, owner of Jayamata Pathivara Suppliers, a shop located at Kalanki that sells sand, gravels and bricks.

Prices of cement, which commands 28 percent of the construction budget on average, have also gone up by up to 10 percent in the domestic market in the last three months.

Nepal-made Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) now costs Rs900-Rs920 per 50-kg sack, according to Bhim KC of Ramjanaki Hardware Centre at Kalanki. The product was available for Rs850 per 50-kg sack three months ago.

Price of Nepal-made Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC), on the other hand, which hovered around Rs730-Rs750 per 50-kg sack three months ago, has now jumped to Rs800.

Prices of construction materials are going up lately as post-earthquake reconstruction and other construction works are moving ahead at a faster pace, according to the Federation of Contractors’ Associations of Nepal (FCAN).

“May, June and July are peak season for construction works in Nepal, as government-led construction works rise during this time of the year. Also, demand for construction materials has gone up lately due to post-quake reconstruction works. But supply of many of these materials has not been able to catch up with the demand. Hence, the price hike,” FCAN President Sharad Kumar Gauchan said.

Because of these reasons, price of iron rod has also gone up by around 3 percent to Rs77 per kg. Around two weeks ago, price of iron rod stood at Rs75 per kg, according to Rabi Maharjan, an accountant at New Siddhi Hardware Centre in Kalanki.

Despite this, prices of other construction materials like bricks and gravels have remained stable in the last three months.

Each tipper (265 cubic feet) of gravel used to cost Rs30,000 three months ago. This price has not changed over the period of last three months. This is the same for bricks.

Bricks of ‘Quality No. 1’ used to cost Rs16-Rs17 per unit three months ago, while bricks of ‘Quality No. 2’ used to cost Rs13-Rs14 per unit. Similarly, bricks of ‘Quality No. 3’ used to cost Rs9 per unit three months ago. Prices of different varieties of bricks have so far remained unchanged, according to traders of construction materials.

July 26, 2017 |

Guide to Best Floorings:marbles,tiles,carpets,mosaic tiles,stone ,laminated & wooden parquet,find best suppliers


Find best suppliers:



 First you should decide the location of your flooring location.Exterior or interior,corridoror living room.or kitchen,or garden,or car parking area.

Different location needs diffirent types floorings,then fix your budget,

Main options are:Marbles,tiles,laminated floorings,PVC floorings,non woven carpets,bamboo parquet,wooden parquet.mosaic tiles,kota stones or bricks,

All types floorings are easily avaible in Nepal market ,high pricing to low pricings.

Owing to aesthetic looks and easy maintenance, parqueting is growing most popular for flooring options. “Laminate parquets are easy to assemble ans clean. This is the reason why people opt for laminate parqueting,” said Bimal Agrawal, Director at Ebony Furnishing. Appropriate for living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, corridors and staircases, parqueting has become a popular option for city dwellers to beautify their living space.

Made up of compressed wood dust, laminate parquets are suitable for all rooms except the kitchen and bathroom areas. Prices start from Rs 150 to Rs 450 per sq ft and come with three to 20 year warranty periods. They come in 8 mm to 12 mm thickness and can be easily transferred. Reportedly, 8 mm parquet slabs are more popular than 12 mm. These products are imported from India, China, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Malaysia.

Ebony Furnishing also offers wooden parqueting from the Nepali brand Nemo Parquet. “Wooden parqueting is double the price of laminate parqueting. This is the main reason why the demand for wooden parquets is low,” said Agrawal. Made up of sisau wood, these wooden parquets come with a 50 year warranty, however, they need to be polished every year for a fresh look. “For customers who want inexpensive products at affordable prices, we have PVC parqueting that looks like laminate flooring,” he added. Being water resistant, PVC parqueting is perfect for living and dining areas.  These PVC parquets come in 7 inch width and 39 inch length with 2 mm and 3 mm thickness. They cost Rs 160 to Rs 175 per sq ft.

PVC tiles are substitutes to tiles that come in 8X8 inch and 12X12 inch sizes. He said that being water and sound proof these flooring options are appropriate for dining rooms, kitchens and corridors. PVC tiles are pasted on the smooth surface of floors with glue.

Ebony imports tile carpets from France that come in 20X20 inch. Available in six designs, these tile carpets costs Rs 175 per sq ft. “Unique design, transferable and durable, these tile carpets are suitable for living rooms and bedrooms,” he said, adding that unlike other whole carpets one can replace certain portions of the carpet easily if damaged.

“The demand for laminate flooring is ever growing,” said Gaurav Panday, Chief of Balterio at Navin Distributors, adding, “Being scratch proof, they imitate real wood or tiles and are easy to maintain. That is the reason why most customers opt for laminate flooring.” He said that the company offers more than 50 colour options on Balterio laminate flooring from Belgium.

Citing that Balterio is more expensive than other brands, Panday said, “It is worth the investment in a branded product for its quality and durability.” According to him, they provide 20 to 25 years of warranty on their products with prompt customer care service. The price of their product starts at Rs 160 to Rs 430 per sq ft depending upon quality, texture and grooving system. He said that laminate flooring is used for all rooms except the kitchen where there could be water movement.

July 19, 2017 |

Tops Tips For: Room Interior





सामान्यतया कोठामा प्रयोग गरिएको रङसँग मिल्ने किसिमको फर्निचरले सजावट आकर्षक देखाउन मद्दत गर्छ । क्रिम, हलुका खैरो, सेतो आदि रङ लगाइएको कोठामा सेतो अथवा कोठाकै रङजस्तो फर्निचर राख्दा आकर्षक देखिन्छ । सेतो रङ प्रयोग गरिएको कोठामा शुद्ध रातो वा रातो र सेतो रङको स्ट्रिप तथा अन्य हलुका बुट्टायुक्त सोफा राख्दा पनि कोठाको रौनक रोमाञ्चक बन्छ । यस्तो कोठामा कालो वा खैरो रङका फर्निचर पनि आकर्षक देखिन्छ । काढा रङ लगाइएको कोठा वा घरको अन्य भागमा सेतो वा अन्य हलुका रङका फर्निचर राम्रो खुल्छ । केही भागमा फूलको बुट्टा भएको सोफा पनि राम्रो देखिन्छ ।
कोठाको सुन्दर सजावट भनेको केबल शयनकक्ष (बेडरुम) मात्र होइन । घरका सबै स्थान तथा कोठाको सहज र सरल तरिकाले आकर्षक सजावट गर्न सकिन्छ । सजावटलाई रोमाञ्चक अथवा ‘रोमान्टिक’ बनाउन पनि सकिन्छ । रोमान्टिक सजावटको धारणा व्यक्तिपिच्छे फरक हुन सक्ला । तथापि आफ्नो कोठा सुन्दर र आकर्षक देखियोस् भन्ने इच्छा सबैलाई हुन्छ । यसैले सजावटलाई रोमाञ्चक बनाउन आफ्नो रुचिअनुसार अलगअलग तरिकाले गर्न सकिन्छ । कोठालाई सुन्दर र रोमान्टिक देखाउन यी चिजमा ध्यान दिन जरुरी छ ।

रङ (कलर)Paints

तरिका मिलाएर प्रयोग गर्ने हो भने कुनै पनि रङ (कलर)को प्रस्तुति रोमान्टिक बनाउन सकिन्छ । रङ लगाउँदा कोठा (वा अन्य स्थान) को बनोट, आकार, प्राकृतिक प्रकाश आदिको अवस्थामा भने विचार पु¥याउनुपर्छ । प्रायः मानिसको रुचि आफ्नो कोठामा हलुका र उज्यालो रङ लगाउन हुन्छ । जस्तै – सेतो र क्रिम कलर । हलुका रङले कोठालाई फराकिलो र उज्यालो पनि देखाउँछ । यसकारण इन्टेरियर डिजाइनर वा रङ प्रयोगका जानकारहरुको परामर्श लिन नसकिने अवस्थामा हलुका रङ प्रयोग गर्नु नै उचित हुन्छ

फेब्रिक्स -Fabrics
1सजावट आँखाले अनुभव गर्ने कुरा भएकाले हेर्दा सुन्दर बनाउनुपर्छ भन्ने मान्यता हामीमा रहेको छ, जुन धेरै हदसम्म सही पनि हो । तर, राम्रो सजावटका लागि यो मात्र पर्याप्त हुँदैन । सजावट सुन्दर देखिनुका साथै स्पर्श गर्दा छुट्टै आनन्द पाउने किसिमको पनि हुन जरुरी छ । यसको अर्थ सजावटमा फ्रेबिक्सको प्रयोग पनि महत्वपूर्ण हुन आउँछ । फेब्रिकको रेशमी (सिल्की) र नरम (सफ्ट) पनाले छुट्टै आराम प्रदान गर्छ । हामीले कोठाका विभिन्न ठाउँमा राख्न प्रयोग गरिने चकटी धेरै मोटो र कडा हुनुहुँदैन । यसको साटो नरम कटन, सेनिल, सिल्क, भेल्भेट तथा कस्मिरी आदि कपडाको प्रयोगले सजावटमा आकर्षणको स्तर बेग्लै बनाउँछ । झ्यालको पर्दाका लागि पनि समानान्तर र सरल किसिमको फेब्रिकको प्रयोग गरे कोठाको सुन्दरता थप बढाउन सकिन्छ ।

बत्ती/ प्रकाश-Light & Lamps Shades

-4कोठामा रोमान्टिक वातावरण सृजना गर्न बत्तीले महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निर्वाह गर्छ । हलुका र मधुरो लाइटको प्रयोग कोठामा न्यानोपन र आरामदायीपन ल्याउने मुख्य तरिका हो । यसका लागि कोठामा मधुरो बल्ने बत्तीको स्वीच अरु स्वीचहरु सँगै राख्नु बेश हुन्छ । कुनै पनि कोठाको वातावरण तुरुन्तै परिवर्तन गरेर रोमान्टिक बनाउन मधुरो प्रकाशजत्तिको उपयुक्त अरु केही हुँदैन । यसकारण कोठामा सुहाउँदो प्रकारको हलुका र मधुरो लाइटको उचित संयोजन प्रशंसायोग्य इन्टेरियरमा एउटा ‘स्मार्ट’ छनोट पनि हो ।

प्याट्रन Pattren
जब हामी कोठाको सजावटको बारेमा सोच्छौं, तब यसमा केही प्याट्रन पनि समावेश गर्नु उचित हुन्छ । परम्परागत शैलीमै पनि हामी कोठाको प्याट्रन छनोट गर्न सक्छौं । स्वच्छ फूल, इनडोर प्लान्ट, दमास्क आदिलाई प्याट्रनका रूपमा प्रयोग गर्न सकिन्छ

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