In this stanza, the poet is explaining the substance or material used to make a house. The poet says that bricks, stone, and wood are used to construct a house. It also has window glass and corridors or open space in front and back of the house for gardening. Tiles on the floor, beautiful paints, roof, and many doors that give it an ideal look of a house. Thus, a house is a non-living/inanimate thing.
Here, the poet has explained the nature of a home and what makes a house- a home. It is the family members brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers who together form a home. Their acts without any selfish interest, concern for each other, wish to work for each others’ happiness and well- being hold the home. Their wish to show love and care towards each other is what makes a house - a home.