We must quit this house and bring the furniture
under the hammer, or part with all those lots you so much esteem and prize.
With formal furniture
, curtains are out of place; and an extensive volume of drapery of any kind is, under any circumstance, irreconcilable with good taste - the proper quantum, as well as the proper adjustment, depending upon the character of the general effect.
In repassing through the small vaulted room, however, your eyes will be attracted towards a large, old-fashioned cabinet of ebony and gold, which, though narrowly examining the furniture
before, you had passed unnoticed.
Albert Price looked at the pictures and the furniture
As a rule, the furniture
in the students' rooms during the early days of the school consisted of a bed, some stools, and sometimes a rough table made by the students.
She was quite determined, when she was married, to rid herself adroitly of all the visitors who were not agreeable to her at her father's; and she imagined the drawing-room in her favorite house with various styles of furniture
Then they left the gardens and went into a fine, big reception hall, where rich rugs were spread upon the tiled floors and the furniture
was exquisitely carved and studded with jewels.
He could hear his mother moving heavily about among the furniture
of the room.
Nearly one hundred of this I spent in buying furniture
to fit up the little house we took to live in.
The servant was still waiting--not like a human being who took an interest in the proceedings, but (as became a perfectly bred footman) like an article of furniture
artfully constructed to come and go at the word of command.
is still in the house, and I bought most of it--for a mere song you might say, because it was all so old- fashioned that the trustees despaired of selling it.
In the other stood an old tent bedstead, and a few scanty articles of chamber furniture
Thank God, I can sit and I can stand without the aid of a furniture
or if he should not have had time to prepare the rooms for our reception, and we should find them all dark, damp, and comfortless, destitute of food, fire, and furniture
, after all our toil?
But the furniture
was actually in the vans and on the move before the lease for Wickham Place was signed, and Emily took train with baby--who was Margaret then--and the smaller luggage for London, without so much as knowing where her new home would be.