“The red light breaking at the close from under a low somber sky, reached out in a long shaft," the man said, seeming to quote, and gesturing at the shaft, "and played over old wainscots, old tapestry, old gold, old color.”
“In Mexican architecture, interior walls bathed in vibrant hues are given texture with the addition of colonial style stencil patterns or wainscots in contrasting colors.”
“These include lots of hardwood, including oak wainscots and heavy solid oak doors, transoms, and marble tile.”
“The rooms were very comfortable, with large cross beams, high wainscots, and small windows in deep embrasures.”
“The apartment was still shown which the poet had inhabited, consisting of a sitting-room and small bedroom, with paneled wainscots and”
“The lamp caused great luminous moires to flicker on the wainscots.”
“A galley-shaped lamp hung burning in the back part of the room, and three rays, emitted from its silver keel, trembled on the lofty wainscots, which were painted red with black bands.”
“I heard the rats squeak behind the wainscots: it seemed to me that the very mice were consulting on the manner of her death.”
“There is the pleasant old fashion of window seats all through the house; and one can see that the parsonage was built in the days when wood was plentiful, as the massive stair-banisters, and the wainscots, and the heavy window - frames testify.”
“Entering that gable-ended Spouter-Inn, you found yourself in a wide, low, straggling entry with old-fashioned wainscots, reminding one of the bulwarks of some condemned old craft.”
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