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“It contains a pair of chintz-covered wingbacks, a red sofa, a 1920s folding dining table and an end table illuminated by a solitary lamp.”
“Courtesy Lizzie Himmel The Sofa: 1981 So, the living room floor was bleached and covered with a large sisal rug, a neoclassical mantel with columns replaced the flat, modern fire surround, and the room burgeoned with flowery chintz-covered walls and furniture.”
“In the weeks afterward, German celebrities such as Wolfgang Joop and director Wim Wenders and other Berlin glitterati have flocked to rub shoulders at the poolside bar or on its chintz-covered sofas.”
“Roger had turned off all the lights but one, the small chintz-covered bedside lamp on the left side—my side.”
“As you sink into the comfortable, chintz-covered chair and look up at Gabler, sitting ramrod straight--until recently, she was also a competitive horseback rider--there's a realization that she has a therapist's sense for both setting and controlling the stage.”
“The furniture appeared to be mostly old, with Oriental rugs and chintz-covered chairs, and on the walls were seascapes in ornamental gilt frames.”
“A well-made chintz-covered lounge, although a much more economical, and a far more comfortable piece of furniture than a modern rose-wood sofa, will be found to have an equally agreeable effect in the room.”
“They send out a family photograph each Christmas, of the six of them sitting in a paneled library with chintz-covered chairs.”
“The grave being withdrew, and I sat down in a chintz-covered easy-chair and gaped.”
“Nan sat gingerly down on the chintz-covered sofa and smoothed her clean pinafore with an unconscious gesture of pride.”
The Wizard Of London
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