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Synonyms for cornice

a decorative framework to conceal curtain fixtures at the top of a window casing

a molding at the corner between the ceiling and the top of a wall

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the topmost projecting part of an entablature

furnish with a cornice

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Share society gossip with Lady Rose Decorated with gilt mirrors, an ornate fireplace and cornicing, beautiful parquet wood flooring and large stone framed windows is the perfect setting for high tea and catching up with society news.
Inside the house, entered through a porch, is an attractive hallway with stained-glass windows and cornicing, spacious lounge with Adam-style fireplace, picture rail and coving, sitting/dining room, again with period features, and dual-aspect breakfasting kitchen.
It has a wide bay window to the front with attractive leaded top section, coved cornicing, impressive ceiling rose, coal effect gas ?
Minton flooring continues in the reception hall where there are stairs, cornicing and ceiling rose, storage and feature stained glass window to the sitting room.
Margaret said: "The officers asked to take the cornicing and a bit of paper away.
The effect was finished off with ornate cornicing, screwed around the frame edge.
Reception room one has a bay window to the front, cornicing and ceiling rose while room two has glazed doors to a gravelled courtyard area.
First, look around the room and identify defects that need to be fixed - such as holes or cracks in plasterwork or cornicing.
The fine accommodation is well proportioned and presented throughout, say the selling agents, with many quality features, including elegant ceiling heights with moulded cornicing, panelled doors with deep architraves, small-paned, traditional windows and numerous fireplaces.
It doesn't matter whether you're in a mansion or a maisonette, a plaster cornicing and centrepiece can lift your decor to elegant new heights," John says.
Benefiting from a share of the freehold, it has a host of tasteful period features including decorative cornicing, ceiling roses, wooden flooring and sash windows, together with a smart new kitchen and stylish bathroom.
QI live in a new house with a high ceiling but would like to put in cornicing.
It is further complemented by tall ceilings with ornate cornicing, original fireplaces, panelled doors with deep architraves, deep skirting boards and period-style, tiled floors.
The entrance hall is more than 27ft in length and this too has attractive cornicing in the front section as well as twin plasterwork arches.
The hallway has its original plaster archways as well as a ceiling rose, cornicing and picture rail.