pjesë e poshtme
pjesë e poshtmetë mbuluara mirëwainscotingwainscotingswainscots
Noun(1) panel forming the lower part of an interior wall when it is finished differently from the rest of the wall(2) wooden panels that can be used to line the walls of a room
(1) Using historic photographs and sampling of paint layers, TLCD restored or reconstructed the original finishes, colors, and wainscot .(2) The dry rot has now entered the wainscot surrounding the lower part of the ground floor walls.(3) The floor was laid in blue slate, the walls done in oak wainscot beneath swirled plaster painted a desert sand color.(4) A pine staircase leads up to the bedrooms, the largest of which has a red deal floor as well as a timber wainscot .(5) Old fir flooring, recovered from a demolished building, finds new life as wainscot in the Ecotrust Building, Portland, Oregon.(6) For example, the broad wainscoted side hall terminates in a staircase that rises to a landing and then turns ninety degrees in a manner similar to that at Mulberry Hill.(7) Italian marble wainscoted the walls to a height of five feet.(8) She eyed at the grandfather clock, which would have been a wonderful corner piece had it been in a wainscoted library, but was grossly out of place in a bare living room decorated by light wood accents.(9) Add elegant age to modern bathrooms by wainscoting the lower third of the wall areas in tongue-and-groove timber slats or boards.(10) His ├ö├ç├┐untimely death├ö├ç├û occurred while he was away from his wainscoted offices on a periodic visit to a resort near the Matterhorn.
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