barrel ceiling

barrel ceiling

[′bar·əl ‚sēl·iŋ]
(architecture)
A ceiling of semicylindrical shape.

barrel ceiling

A ceiling of semicylindrical shape.
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With its barrel ceiling, series of chapels and 24 carat gilded walls, it is a feast of baroque art.
The 50-foot-long sleeping porch that runs the length of the second floor, beneath a barrel ceiling, has rotting floor boards.
The garden room, with triple aspect and double French doors to the gardens, has a barrel ceiling and pine floor.
49 million in February as a surge in Iraq's exports pushed the organisation's production above its 30-million barrel ceiling for the first time in five months, according to the IEA.
57 million barrels a day in 2014, but the ministers went ahead and just rolled over its 30 million barrel ceiling yet again.
One of the most unique features is the barrel ceiling of the cross hall, designed specifically as a gallery for displaying the Fords' art collection.
Antique mirrors contrast with modern design elements of exposed metal along a curved vaulted barrel ceiling reminiscent of the Paris Metro, while a free-standing bread station, glass-blown light fixtures and a distinctive macaroon display, all designed with glass and metal, add a contemporary flair to the dining area.
And the library will be the exact same geometry of the (Ambassador) ballroom, with a barrel ceiling and clerestory windows.
There is a half glazed leaded door to the drawing room, a barrel ceiling and a large stone fireplace.
But it's the lounge with its high barrel ceiling and arched window above the fireplace that is the most striking room in the house.
The house still retains much of its former grandeur, both in the fabric of the building and in its decorations, particularly a plaster frieze and barrel ceiling in the Coat of Arms bedroom.
Crude oil and refined product inventories are high, relative to five-year averages, effectively placing a $85 per barrel ceiling on crude prices.