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floor-to-ceiling

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  • Context Development Inc. allowed her to customize the penthouse from scratch in creating what she calls a floor-to-ceiling glass house.

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  • The pieces are described as "floor-to-ceiling columnar forms - made of scraps of fabrics, fur, feathers, leather, plastic, hair and metal from more than 25 years of fashion collections - erase the past."

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • As she passed the floor-to-ceiling window at the elevator bank, she could see that the earlier drizzle had turned into a hard, driving rainstorm.

    I’ll Walk Alone

  • The door opened to a gigantic apartment with magnificent floor-to-ceiling windows that boasted a view of the harbor as well as the planetarium, which had been taken over and decorated for Russia House.

    Welcome to My World

  • With only the moon casting its light through the rows of floor-to-ceiling stained-glass windows, the stonework glittered like jewels.

    Haven

  • The former Grace space has been reworked whimsically, so the chandeliers are like orange sea creatures 'anemones' is what Penny McTaggart called them, while the massive floor-to-ceiling bar has a ladder to let the bartender reach the top bottles.

    Jay Weston: Chef John Sedlar's Innovative Latin Food at Playa

  • Four Communications The living room has floor-to-ceiling windows.

    Villa Romana

  • A wide, corridor-like lobby hugs nearly half a block along 119th Street, with floor-to-ceiling glass walls.

    Bridging the Town-Gown Divide

  • The 420-square foot cabin had surprisingly ample storage space too, with a walk-in closet large enough for suitcases without having to wedge them under the bed and floor-to-ceiling racks to keep shoes out of the way.

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Cruising the Mediterranean: A Speed Date on Oceania Marina

  • After sundown, I board the Aqua, Mr. Zugaro's steel hulled riverboat, which Peruvian designer Jordi Puig reconfigured to contain 12 guest cabins with floor-to-ceiling windows, cherry-wood floors and slate-clad bathrooms.

    Take Me to the River

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