House paint brand and quality for Interior, exterior, metal, and wood.

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Would prefer Asian paints. These days you need anything go to youtube. There are 100s of people making videos of everything under the sun from personal experiences to contractors/sellers. You will get estimations, what to use for better painting, how contractors cheat so on and so forth.

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rsai01 wrote:

Would prefer Asian paints. These days you need anything go to youtube. There are 100s of people making videos of everything under the sun from personal experiences to contractors/sellers. You will get estimations, what to use for better painting, how contractors cheat so and so forth.

Thank you.

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asian paints royale touch for house walls

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papa_kancha wrote:

How is jotun, Sherwin-Williams?

not sure of the same.
but besides the ones suggested above.
back in the day, Nerolac was something we got long lasting results with.
and
later when AkzoNobel took over larger control of Dulux in India.. we tried that too https://www.dulux.in/en/products/b_Dulux/p_exte...

by the way: could you properly update the post with the query? so that it becomes easily searchable.
exterior or interior or both? add all this. instead of keeping it in just the title.
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in-case, there is normal dampness or seepage (not internal water pipes damage)
then better ask those Asian paints people to come visit and check.
tell them that tou are interested to give the whole project. if inspection is free.
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mostly ir is not needed, but if plaster has to be repaired in some places, simoly replace plaster with that special mix/chemical.. that is used to fix bath/toilet tiles.
and with those instead of putty on top of it.
use Asian Paints’ “Damp block”
i think “Damp block” was used internally (at one of our properties) and “Damp proof” was applied outside.
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more than the materials, the workmanship matters.
surface prep and curing.. and application are fairly technical things and only experienced painters give best results in the long run.

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AmulIndia wrote:

not sure of the same.
but besides the ones suggested above.
back in the day, Nerolac was something we got long lasting results with.
and
later when AkzoNobel took over larger control of Dulux in India.. we tried that too https://www.dulux.in/en/products/b_Dulux/p_exte...

by the way: could you properly update the post with the query? so that it becomes easily searchable.
exterior or interior or both? add all this. instead of keeping it in just the title.
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in-case, there is normal dampness or seepage (not internal water pipes damage)
then better ask those Asian paints people to come visit and check.
tell them that tou are interested to give the whole project. if inspection is free.
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mostly ir is not needed, but if plaster has to be repaired in some places, simoly replace plaster with that special mix/chemical.. that is used to fix bath/toilet tiles.
and with those instead of putty on top of it.
use Asian Paints’ “Damp block”
i think “Damp block” was used internally (at one of our properties) and “Damp proof” was applied outside.
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more than the materials, the workmanship matters.
surface prep and curing.. and application are fairly technical things and only experienced painters give best results in the long run.

Thank you captain spock bhai. Hope everything is khairiyat.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Thank you captain spock bhai. Hope everything is khairiyat.

Seeing the post and its format, I guess some of us here can identify Captain spock. I guess many new kids here don’t know this legend. But don’t know what happened between him and the admin. They keep blocking him

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papa_kancha wrote:

Thank you captain spock bhai. Hope everything is khairiyat.

Made the edit, also want to know what differentiates paint brands from each other. What chemicals are expensive, and for example, in asian paints itself which sub brand is the best value for money. Need something in the middle price range.

Regarding the paint preparation, I’ve a good contractor. I need to only select the paint brand, and colour code for walls, exterior and interior, metal grills, and wood. Painting wood to preserve teak.

Contractors choice is also asian paints, I dont have a problem with the choice except they spend a lot on advertisements and celebrities.

No, seepage except on the top floor, I’ve replaced all the GI pipes with CPVC also.

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not a technical person but i think the diferrences are mostly about look (gloss, matte, semi glossy) and how well they spread… as in how much material per sq. foot or meter is consumed.

water based paints have ease of application and i don’t kniw what VOCs are but the water mixed paints emit less of that toxicity in the air …it seems.

oil-bound paints are more durable.

i am not too sure of changes or choices for wood.
but with Asian Paints, i think the “Apex” and “Tractor” and good enough for plsin finish and mid range budget.
maybe Apcolite too https://www.asianpaints.com/products/paints-and...

at an old home, with industrial//city pollution and grime, we got fed up and went for oil-bound “matte” finish.
proper double coat and 4-5 years minimum it is done.

in less urban home of ours, this newer aparrment is still with putty only smile and after 3-4 years of testing and few seepage.
now we are contemplating if wallpaper in few rooms might be better.
(moving all the furniture from bedrooms versus slightly higher cists of wall paper)


get samples from local dealer ir shop https://www.asianpaints.com/resources/tools/pai... who mix the Colour (they have this computerised machine that just adds the RGBY pirtions to arrive at the shade).

apply those samples on a board and check if they suit you all.

texturised finishes look rich, but i feel they are a bit if waste or show off.

wood paints, not much idea but again AP or Berger.

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hugs wrote:

not a technical person but i think the diferrences are mostly about look (gloss, matte, semi glossy) and how well they spread… as in how much material per sq. foot or meter is consumed.

water based paints have ease of application and i don’t kniw what VOCs are but the water mixed paints emit less of that toxicity in the air …it seems.

oil-bound paints are more durable.

i am not too sure of changes or choices for wood.
but with Asian Paints, i think the “Apex” and “Tractor” and good enough for plsin finish and mid range budget.
maybe Apcolite too https://www.asianpaints.com/products/paints-and...

at an old home, with industrial//city pollution and grime, we got fed up and went for oil-bound “matte” finish.
proper double coat and 4-5 years minimum it is done.

in less urban home of ours, this newer aparrment is still with putty only smile and after 3-4 years of testing and few seepage.
now we are contemplating if wallpaper in few rooms might be better.
(moving all the furniture from bedrooms versus slightly higher cists of wall paper)


get samples from local dealer ir shop https://www.asianpaints.com/resources/tools/pai... who mix the Colour (they have this computerised machine that just adds the RGBY pirtions to arrive at the shade).

apply those samples on a board and check if they suit you all.

texturised finishes look rich, but i feel they are a bit if waste or show off.

wood paints, not much idea but again AP or Berger.

Thank you for your detailed reply, as always. I’m for oil based paints as well. Much durable in our Indian scenario.

I dont like textured finish as well. I like solid plain colours, without weird ceiling pop, and no zingy designs, patterns, textures.

Ours is a old house, replacing everything except the concrete structure. hushed

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Ours is a old house, replacing everything except the concrete structure. hushed

omg smile great.
if budget permits and if temps ever go north of 38-40° then.. and if 3-4pm waali sunrays hit the bedroom/ windows… then..
check the viabiliry or cost effectiveness of that other type of glass panes (at-least in parents room or master bedroom).. which “kind of” create a thermal insulation (restrict heat from entering) but allow light to pass through.
can save on Power bills.
one time costs would get offset with savings in a couple of years.

omg smile great. … matlub.. ek ya dou “file” (tax returns) mein set-off logey aap.. ya phir poori funding reserves se :-/

this might be 25-30% + of the resale value.. if furniture too gets an upgrade.

explore the idea.. dekho.. mantri🐖ji ki koi scheme ya phis piwer distribution company ki koi subsidised scheme, wherei you can install a windmill or solar cells and supply the surplus to the grid and they pay you off.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Thank you for your detailed reply, as always. I’m for oil based paints as well. Much durable in our Indian scenario.

I dont like textured finish as well. I like solid plain colours, without weird ceiling pop, and no zingy designs, patterns, textures.

Ours is a old house, replacing everything except the concrete structure. hushed

Are you re-painting? Or is it a fresh paint on a new plaster? Much depends on this as well. I don’t know how accurate is this but our painter told us that whatever price range of paint, chose with a fact in mind that you will have to use the same paint next time you paint otherwise the POP/Putti will blow up

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Are you re-painting? Or is it a fresh paint on a new plaster? Much depends on this as well. I don’t know how accurate is this but our painter told us that whatever price range of paint, chose with a fact in mind that you will have to use the same paint next time you paint otherwise the POP/Putti will blow up

Old plaster, putty, fresh paint. Changing colour is not a problem. Fresh primer.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Old plaster, putty, fresh paint. Changing colour is not a problem. Fresh primer.

Discuss with your contractor/painter once.

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omg smile great.
if budget permits and if temps ever go north of 38-40° then.. and if 3-4pm waali sunrays hit the bedroom/ windows… then..
check the viabiliry or cost effectiveness of that other type of glass panes (at-least in parents room or master bedroom).. which “kind of” create a thermal insulation (restrict heat from entering) but allow light to pass through.
can save on Power bills.
one time costs would get offset with savings in a couple of years.

omg smile great. … matlub.. ek ya dou “file” (tax returns) mein set-off logey aap.. ya phir poori funding reserves se :-/

this might be 25-30% + of the resale value.. if furniture too gets an upgrade.

explore the idea.. dekho.. mantri🐖ji ki koi scheme ya phis piwer distribution company ki koi subsidised scheme, wherei you can install a windmill or solar cells and supply the surplus to the grid and they pay you off.

Upvc or Alu windows was thought of with double glazed panes or single pane with triple tracks. Anyway, will do it before painting if budget permits. Here in bangalore, in my area it’s relatively cool, and less traffic, noise, dust. So it’s not a priority.

AC usage is a couple of months a year. Power savings is on mind, replacing all lights with leds, new 5 star geysers, no solar. New bldc fans. New wiring. Cost is not much. From reserves only.

Solar electricity supply to grid pays odd ₹2 per unit these days as solar panel costs have reduced drastically. We have 20yr old solar water heater, we still get ₹50 off on our electricity bill every month.

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GoogleCA wrote:

Discuss with your contractor/painter once.

I’ve. Putty primer is already done. Just need to select the colour and brand.

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o wow Bengaluru smile
i confused you to someone else then and assumed NCR or western U.P.

hmmm… then tractor/Apcolite might be on shortlist for sub-brand.

in dusty, grimmy coastal/by the creek New Bombay, we eventually went with a darkish cream .
it is lookibg a bit washed out here and possibly a little faded as some enthusiastic people actually washed it with proper Vim liquid (utensils soap) too. #noFaceEmoji

if rooms are airy and ample daylight, reflective colours or rather ..NOT dull colours are better.
in-fact some in our family wanted it to be white¡!!! shudders.



yup sad that damn old Aquaguard Classic is from pre-independence ers and may not be changed😖🤦🏻‍♂ in our lifetime (or worse, be replaced by a newer version of Classic😢
{like it has been here sad at the other home)
sighhh sad sad

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hugs wrote:

o wow Bengaluru smile
i confused you to someone else then and assumed NCR or western U.P.

hmmm… then tractor/Apcolite might be on shortlist for sub-brand.

in dusty, grimmy coastal/by the creek New Bombay, we eventually went with a darkish cream .
it is lookibg a bit washed out here and possibly a little faded as some enthusiastic people actually washed it with proper Vim liquid (utensils soap) too. #noFaceEmoji

if rooms are airy and ample daylight, reflective colours or rather ..NOT dull colours are better.
in-fact some in our family wanted it to be white¡!!! shudders.



yup sad that damn old Aquaguard Classic is from pre-independence ers and may not be changed😖🤦🏻‍♂ in our lifetime (or worse, be replaced by a newer version of Classic😢
{like it has been here sad at the other home)
sighhh sad sad

Why would you think that? wink

hahaha my preference is white only or shades of white as our plot area is very small, and the constructed area is even smaller.cream, shades of yellow im tired of seeing since I remember. flushed

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Why would you think that? wink

sorry, not getting notifications.
umm i guess my dumb brain and word or event associations.
maybe i wrongly crossreferenced you aa a C.A. or someone whose brother had to go to U.S. of A for studies and
confused you with xuseronlibe or someone.

do not feel bad that i do not recollect much.
but for you, the thing that’s locked as an identifier is the NGO kids avtaar picture you had and few of those posts.
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hmmm.. well it is not yellow. it was just tbe stainer(the computerised machine) added to the white base had that hue.

white of-course is chummalicious.
if kids/pets aren’t benevolent.

i.. sad have mixed feelings about cPVC windows/ french doors.
or rather the shabby fellow who started making Koemmerling and we had the misfortune to appoint/use on our project has ruined the experience.
cpvc windows made loxally by non hoitytoity brands are just as good andoften at a lower cost too.

do not know if yours would be kota/stone, mosaic or some other tiles but one thing that we can HIGHLY recommend are anti-skid flooring.

yes, in kitchen and bath/wash areas it needs to be cleaned up/scrubbed ever so often (during lockdown is remsined really clean in the kitchen, as no domestic helps to spill water or grime).
in one of the pictures above, maybe the PVc stick-on types might be visible.
but
now we have proper 2 by 1 or 2 by 1.5 tiles in bath, kitchen and wash areas
and similar but less grainy, but sort of rough (non smoth/ non slippery) ones in bedrooms too.
living rooms are still those typical slightly non smooth ones again but more aesthetic.

the exact names or photos i can provide later (daylight).
or look up in files if bills are there.

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hugs wrote:

sorry, not getting notifications.
umm i guess my dumb brain and word or event associations.
maybe i wrongly crossreferenced you aa a C.A. or someone whose brother had to go to U.S. of A for studies and
confused you with xuseronlibe or someone.

do not feel bad that i do not recollect much.
but for you, the thing that’s locked as an identifier is the NGO kids avtaar picture you had and few of those posts.
.
hmmm.. well it is not yellow. it was just tbe stainer(the computerised machine) added to the white base had that hue.

white of-course is chummalicious.
if kids/pets aren’t benevolent.

i.. sad have mixed feelings about cPVC windows/ french doors.
or rather the shabby fellow who started making Koemmerling and we had the misfortune to appoint/use on our project has ruined the experience.
cpvc windows made loxally by non hoitytoity brands are just as good andoften at a lower cost too.

do not know if yours would be kota/stone, mosaic or some other tiles but one thing that we can HIGHLY recommend are anti-skid flooring.

yes, in kitchen and bath/wash areas it needs to be cleaned up/scrubbed ever so often (during lockdown is remsined really clean in the kitchen, as no domestic helps to spill water or grime).
in one of the pictures above, maybe the PVc stick-on types might be visible.
but
now we have proper 2 by 1 or 2 by 1.5 tiles in bath, kitchen and wash areas
and similar but less grainy, but sort of rough (non smoth/ non slippery) ones in bedrooms too.
living rooms are still those typical slightly non smooth ones again but more aesthetic.

the exact names or photos i can provide later (daylight).
or look up in files if bills are there.

Ours is old mosaic flooring. We put 2×2 kajaria double charged vitrified tiles on top with a waterproof tile adhesive. Looks so good. Grout is minimum, and reflects like a mirror.
Slippery only, when wet smirk

Put anti skid tiles only in the bathroom, our old house constructed in the year 2000 also had anti skid tiles in the bathroom.

Any idea about lighting brands? Only found philips that is branded, jaquar lighting I’m unable to find.

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papa_kancha wrote:

Ours is old mosaic flooring. We put 2×2 kajaria double charged vitrified tiles on top with a waterproof tile adhesive. Looks so good. Grout is minimum, and reflects like a mirror.
Slippery only, when wet smirk

Put anti skid tiles only in the bathroom, our old house constructed in the year 2000 also had anti skid tiles in the bathroom.

Any idea about lighting brands? Only found philips that is branded, jaquar lighting I’m unable to find.

Even ours is a mosaic flooring, might replace with tiles in future…Can you tell me how do they place tiles on the door area? Do they have to chip off the existing mosaic and then paste the tiles?
A pic of your new tiles (door area) will be helpful.

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Even ours is a mosaic flooring, might replace with tiles in future…Can you tell me how do they place tiles on the door area? Do they have to chip off the existing mosaic and then paste the tiles?
A pic of your new tiles (door area) will be helpful.

Just like any other tile, they cut the tiles into rectangles for the door area. Will take pictures of the door area when I visit the place next. Tiles don’t need to be chipped off, you get tile adhesive which is applied on the existing mosaic or flooring, and the new tiles are stuck on top of them.

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Any idea about lighting brands? Only found philips that is branded, jaquar lighting I’m unable to find.

Philips… with its endless experience and real R&D is a no-brainer actually.
but wherever those “recessed” types were nreeded (some places the contractors/interior person insisted sad on false ceilings)
the Crompton was taken.

w8th Wipro’s lighting division… it is a bit confusing.
because they do have good exterior lighting products or industrial ones too.
but for consumer items, whether the make it themselves or merely trade (import and sell) isn’t always known.

even Eveready are cheap imports from PRC… but a few of the normal (ones that fit in old sockers) LED “bulbs” of Eveready worked okay till now.
in-fact the C&G LEDs (yes leds) have flickered or suddenly went off and back on after few hours… either because of faulty wiring in the building/apartment
, loose connections OR their ‘drivers’ (the circuit/ board that manahes the LEDs) failed.

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Whatever it is, use the best quality paint, and if budget permits, use Odour-less Paint for the interior.

The contractor will recommend unbranded paint for cost-saving, it may look good for three months after that it starts piling off!

Old plaster, putty, fresh paint. Changing colour is not a problem. Fresh primer.

google it what all should be done before painting, after that contact your contractor, convey all the work he should do, and get the estimate @papa_kancha

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Philips… with its endless experience and real R&D is a no-brainer actually.
but wherever those “recessed” types were nreeded (some places the contractors/interior person insisted sad on false ceilings)
the Crompton was taken.

w8th Wipro’s lighting division… it is a bit confusing.
because they do have good exterior lighting products or industrial ones too.
but for consumer items, whether the make it themselves or merely trade (import and sell) isn’t always known.

even Eveready are cheap imports from PRC… but a few of the normal (ones that fit in old sockers) LED “bulbs” of Eveready worked okay till now.
in-fact the C&G LEDs (yes leds) have flickered or suddenly went off and back on after few hours… either because of faulty wiring in the building/apartment
, loose connections OR their ‘drivers’ (the circuit/ board that manahes the LEDs) failed.

Actually, I should have been specific. Lighting as in what is normally referred to as fancy light fittings. Lampshades for bedroom, hall, bathroom lights, kitchen, outdoor etc.

PHILIPS has a experience centre or something nearby which I plan on checking out the coming week.

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Seeing the post and its format, I guess some of us here can identify Captain spock. I guess many new kids here don’t know this legend. But don’t know what happened between him and the admin. They keep blocking him

bcoz he is the dark knight of desidime.

He’s the hero desidime deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So admins will suspend him. Because he can take it. Because he’s not our hero. He’s a silent guardian. A watchful protector.

@hugs

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Actually, I should have been specific. Lighting as in what is normally referred to as fancy light fittings. Lampshades for bedroom, hall, bathroom lights, kitchen, outdoor etc.

PHILIPS has a experience centre or something nearby which I plan on checking out the coming week.

oops sorry. okay.
how dumb of me.
.
on that note.
few months back.. at some interiors and all those Alexa/ smart switches or smart safes (vaults) exhibition/event.

this smart, well spoken guy inviting folks to their stall. (he was in formals but the unmistaken crisp whites of some family member/colleague makes me feel they were Bohra/ community).
.
so this guy, from chatting him up i know this, was at IIT K or some IIT, worked a few years here and there (UAE)
but now got into this same “experience centre” business with 3D printed light holders and laps and what not smile
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so am oretyy sure, between Bengaluru Chennai or even HYD.. or anywhwre else.. you might get people to make it in reasonable costs for you.
.
upon probing, this https://3decorz.com/ +91-75-6666-2019 person, ended up spilling it.
most of these designs are off the internet or request from artists who do not mind others using them

with other paraphernalia of “we take care of your projecr” or creative advice and tid-bits…
they simply have a 3D printer and some labour for woodwork or craft.

in fittings or to give a character/customised look, better to scrouge through hoity-toity boutiques/ shops or the flea market (chor bazaar) variants to get some bargain of those Moradabad type brassware or other pieces.
both new or old or new but sold as fake antiques can be found.
like typical Dilliwallahs always swear by some of those in old Delhi or noity-toity shops in posh markets.
.
if you have time (to wait/delay those purchasez) (like looking it up in Lucknow/Moradabad Delhi or locally) .
then in 2-3months (despite rona cry ) you can get something good, i hope.

good idea smile do check it out and bring photos or catalogue page/links and feedback as to how worth or pricey are Philips offerings.
.
and again, that 3D printed stuff person’s number or link is not as a recommendation but to suggest
that some people in Bengaluru or nearby too could help with it 9n “job work basis”.
you select something from the zillions of freely available designs on various sites/forums.. they print it out locally and give/ ship it to you.

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oops sorry. okay.
how dumb of me.
.
on that note.
few months back.. at some interiors and all those Alexa/ smart switches or smart safes (vaults) exhibition/event.

this smart, well spoken guy inviting folks to their stall. (he was in formals but the unmistaken crisp whites of some family member/colleague makes me feel they were Bohra/ community).
.
so this guy, from chatting him up i know this, was at IIT K or some IIT, worked a few years here and there (UAE)
but now got into this same “experience centre” business with 3D printed light holders and laps and what not smile
.
so am oretyy sure, between Bengaluru Chennai or even HYD.. or anywhwre else.. you might get people to make it in reasonable costs for you.
.
upon probing, this https://3decorz.com/ +91-75-6666-2019 person, ended up spilling it.
most of these designs are off the internet or request from artists who do not mind others using them

with other paraphernalia of “we take care of your projecr” or creative advice and tid-bits…
they simply have a 3D printer and some labour for woodwork or craft.

in fittings or to give a character/customised look, better to scrouge through hoity-toity boutiques/ shops or the flea market (chor bazaar) variants to get some bargain of those Moradabad type brassware or other pieces.
both new or old or new but sold as fake antiques can be found.
like typical Dilliwallahs always swear by some of those in old Delhi or noity-toity shops in posh markets.
.
if you have time (to wait/delay those purchasez) (like looking it up in Lucknow/Moradabad Delhi or locally) .
then in 2-3months (despite rona cry ) you can get something good, i hope.

good idea smile do check it out and bring photos or catalogue page/links and feedback as to how worth or pricey are Philips offerings.
.
and again, that 3D printed stuff person’s number or link is not as a recommendation but to suggest
that some people in Bengaluru or nearby too could help with it 9n “job work basis”.
you select something from the zillions of freely available designs on various sites/forums.. they print it out locally and give/ ship it to you.

Thank again for the detailed post, however im buying these purely from a functional pov. Cosmetically good looking I’ve seen a lot, all unbranded, and also hell lot of imported chinese led wall lights, ceiling lights etc. looks very good.

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Thank again for the detailed post, however im buying these purely from a functional pov. Cosmetically good looking I’ve seen a lot, all unbranded, and also hell lot of imported chinese led wall lights, ceiling lights etc. looks very good.

yes smile
on the same page here.
when parents were younger
and had more social life or guests
probably there were some taam-jhaam / decor.

now, it is all about minimalistic.
and
i have lived soooo many years by myself, in full N BHK homes.. that i would rather have air sealed rooms or least surfaces to wipe clean/ dusting off the dirt/ grime from.

forgot to ask earlier.
for BLDC ones.. you opting for any (newer ones have some tweak) with remote functionality?
if so, do keep us updated sometime later wirh.. how is the mid term experience.

for kitchen (at parent’s place) when tgey took a CG (Crompton) wall mount one with remote.. i did mildly squeak that just wait. take a BLDC one.
but then there were no options.

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