architrave

(redirected from architraves)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to architraves: triglyphs
  • noun

Words related to architrave

the molding around a door or window

Related Words

the lowest part of an entablature

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The master suite is approached by a short series of steps and like the other bedrooms found on this floor, is approached through attractive doors with wood panelled architrave.
It boasts high ceilings, decorative architraves and a traditional feature windows offer views of the grounds and parkland.
Other internal details, typical of a farmhouse of the period, are spread throughout the property, including architraves and wooden ceiling beams.
Panelled doors with deep architraves give access to the principal reception rooms, which all have elegant ceiling heights, shuttered sash windows, traditional cast iron radiators, polished wooden floors and open fireplaces.
Each 'Chestnut' four-bedroom home and 'Hickory' three-bedroom home features an integrated dishwasher, whilst all houses feature an integrated fridge-freezer, washing machine and built-in oven in the fully-fitted kitchen, plus moulded skirtings and architraves and coving in the living room.
But there is no time for finishing touches, architraves or floral embellishments.
With contemporary skirtings and architraves, they each have ash veneer finish doors, stainless steel ironmongery,fitted carpets throughout and floor to ceiling feature windows.
Fine reception rooms have ornate moulded ceilings and walls, pedimented architraves and double herringbone oak block floors.
Classical Architecture will enable students to recover that lost knowledge and scholars to increase their own, for it contains both recondite as well as practical information: for example, the section on 'Ears' begins 'trusses or consoles on the flanks of architraves under the cornice, also called elbows, ancones, or prothyrides'.
The scope of work includes: a swath of grass inside the station on switching substation, a swath of grass in the ditches around the architraves of the station, cleaning, maintenance of drainage ditches, maintaining proper inheritance runoff and patency of road culverts, cleaning of wells, purification by agronomic (ripper) protective belt of land stations around the fence on the side of the inner and outer fences, cleaning of roads and internal roads extremities and external access, local spraying herbicides internal roads, yards, transformer stations, cleaning discs cable channels, tidying the area, disposal of waste.
To complement our beautiful flooring we supply skirting boards, architraves and door linings, all machined by us from European oak.
In the reception hall there is period Admittance to the three reception main rooms is through panelled doors with deep architraves and stone thresholds.
What's striking here are the beautiful proportions and tall ceiling heights with ornate cornicing, shuttered sash windows, panelled doors and deep architraves.
Stone mullioned deep bay windows enhance many rooms and the pine moulded architraves, heavy panelled doors and deep skirting boards, staircase balustrades are substantial, solid, and of high quality.
All glass framing is let into the structure and there are no architraves or skirtings.