floor to ceiling love

floor to ceiling


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  • It all looked so normal, exactly as she had left it this morning, with the bright autumn colours that she and Gina had had so much fun decorating with, her pot plants in the window, the early-evening sun shining through the almost floor to ceiling windows.

    Pregnant by the Millionaire

  • They sat behind closed doors in the converted upstairs of the Daisies and Dahlias Florist — fifteen men and women perched on metal folding chairs in a semicircle, with their gateweaver sitting half in and half out of the gate-mirror that ran from floor to ceiling on the north wall and glowed with green fire.

    Memory of Fire

  • I stand in the middle and look about me, and see in the dim shadows walls lined from floor to ceiling with decorous and grave-looking books, bound for the most part in black, many of them fading to green with age.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • Its walls were set round from floor to ceiling with the friendly, quiet faces of books, and there stood my father's great writing-chair, on one arm of which lay open always his Cruden's Concordance and his Bible.

    The Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe

  • It took hours just to clean out one regular-size closet in her room, packed as it was floor to ceiling with mail, boxes and bags, decades of old bills, and souvenirs dating back to grade school years.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters


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