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Synonyms for built-in

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Synonyms for built-in

serving as part of a whole, as a nondetachable part of a larger unit

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

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Synonyms for built-in

existing as an essential constituent or characteristic

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Exquisite upgrades throughout the 3,730-plus square-foot residence include granite, crown molding, plentiful built-ins and a gas fireplace.
But the house was completed after his death, and the interior is missing his trademark plywood built-ins. Don't forget to edit out the nasty, recently installed security lights and parking mirrors that punctuate the clean facade in all the wrong ways.
The arches rise above crisply detailed Tuscan columns with plenty of built-in storage under them.
Merchandisers should look for flaws in your plans, such as blocked views, insufficient built-ins or lack of space for a TV, and obstacles to furniture placement.
Sculptural form and practical function unite in the plaster-covered built-ins in this Southern California house.
Plastered walls and built-ins give characterand a contemporary look to this 15-year-old A-frame house (also shown on page 108).
"The DeBoers finished the third floor, which is beautiful, with built-ins and could be used as an office, additional family room, or fifth bedroom," Coldwell Banker's Kristin Winter told Realtor.com.
To gain space, architects Canatsey/Weinstein furnished the 16- by 22-foot main living area of Robert Marritz's house with interconnected built-ins. In the open kitchen, a counter doubles as the back of the living room sofa.
Foyer leads to living room with custom built-ins and crown molding.
There is an adjacent dining room and each bedroom has custom built-ins and closets plus panoramic views from the midtown Manhattan skyline to the East River.
Custom built-ins maximize Space & storage, as does the extra large closet in the extra large master bedroom.
The bedrooms are "generously sized" with the corner master featuring custom built-ins and a gas fireplace.