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the molding around a door or window

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the lowest part of an entablature

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Once all the sanding is done, get the vacuum cleaner out and give everything a thorough clean, making sure not to miss the tops of the doors, architraves and skirtings.
It has a sash window overlooking the garden with wooden shutters and wide fluted architraves topped by sculpted Egyptian Pharaoh heads.
There is solid oak panelling, architraves and doors, ornate coving and doors opening from all the principal living and reception rooms to the garden.
Cats Scratching door architraves, soft furnishings and carpets is the trade mark of any cat worth its salt.
Q When I am installing architraves around doors and windows or a dado rail, is there a product that will allow me to get a tight-fitting joint?
To remove architraves, cut all round the edges with a craft knife, so you tear as little wallpaper or paint off the wall as possible when you take off the architrave.
It has 14,500 sq ft of internal floor space and Your Space, which acquired the building from TRB Estates in 2006, has revealed period features including fireplaces, original beams and architraves.
Occupying a large plot, the four-bedroom house has been much improved yet retains many period features, including oak strip floors, moulded architraves and open fireplaces.
It bears all the hallmarks of a Post-Modernist interpretation of a historical facade, with architraves and lintels in cast aluminium.
Specialising in equipment for picture frame manufacturers, door and window architraves and other automatic paint and lacquer applications, Makor machines have an excellent reputation for quality and reliability.
Menaasa's line drawings of the architraves (Le temple d'Esna: Dessin des architraves, Esna [IV.
The property, ideal for growing families and professionals, has an entrance hall with Georgian-style architraves and door furniture, lounge with double-glazed bay window and bamboo wood flooring.
The Crown may be overlooked by drinkers but you can't really miss it if you're nearby, with the hotel's name picked out in gold Art Nouveau lettering below the architraves and the cornices.
Residences have entry foyers, high ceilings and "grand spaces" with paneled architraves and coffered ceilings.
There are charming period features throughout the house with high ceilings, deep skirting boards, carved architraves, decorative plasterwork, elegant cornicing and sash windows.