from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of furnishing.
- n. The objects, other than furniture, that occupy an interior space.
- n. Accessories used with a dress.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the furniture and appliances and other movable accessories (including curtains and rugs) that make a home (or other building) livable.
- n. accessory wearing apparel.
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Seen many other designers styles that have been fab though, I quite like transparency in furnishings
Cabin furnishings are top-notch, and the 4. 6-liter V8 and six-speed automatic are very impressive.
Quality of the furnishings is never more important than when it concerns to the stuff in kitchen.
A careful restoration from 2004-2006 included Rudolph's dropped covered walkway rebuilt between house and carport, built-in furnishings around living room pit rebuilt by hand to Rudolph's specs, restore the rolling walls along east side of house, fascia, overhangs, posts, screen porch off living room pit.
For his part, my husband inherited a good portion of his furnishings from the home of his late mother (who he lived with and cared for up to the day of her passing).
These are the things like thriftiness, wise use of time, beauty in furnishings and cloth, availability for helping others, and for teaching her children, and so forth.
This full-sized house and all its furnishings is made of paper elaborately folded.
CNN. com reports that the US Bureau of Land Management is auctioning off the fixtures and furnishings from the famed Mustang Ranch bordello on eBay later this month.
The principal modification in the matter of school furnishings is the abolition of desks, and benches or stationary chairs.
But, she points out, one can obtain Asian furnishings at estate sales - since many San Antonians have been stationed overseas - or at import stores.