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Window seat

A seat built into the inside bottom of a window.

window seat

window seat
1. A seat built into the bottom inside of a window.
2. A seat located at a window.
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First, know that when your window seat has the glass of a window as a back, it is not going to be comfortable unless you provide several sturdy throw pillows as a cushion.
But, wham - now here comes a study that says your preference for window seats has something to say about you: That you are selfish, irritable, you like to seal yourself away from others, and you have a not-so-caring "every-person-for-themselves" attitude to life.
ILIKE a window seat on the bus, especially at this time of year.
org is receiving dozens of complaints, not only from families disassociated from their babies due to the increased cost of aisle and window seats, but from business travelers.
Window Seats have been mucking about for a few years but it was only in 2009, with the addition of bassist Didsy, that Tony and frontman Jude started to get serious.
Upstairs there is a generously sized master bedroom which has original wardrobes and wooden window seats.
We usually see window seats in traditional homes rather than modern residences, and the most obvious area to place one has always been in a bay window that has a lovely view of water or a garden.
Those who appreciate the finer things in life will make a bee line for the wine cellar, while upstairs, bedrooms have window seats and stained glass windows.
resident rooms feature window seats and toilet rooms designed to accommodate two-person transfers.
Other custom veneer products are also available: window seats, wide window and door jambs, column wraps, ceiling panels and kitchen cabinet door faces.
People instinctively respond to window seats," says Denver-based architect Doug Walter.
A tiled foyer opens to a two-story great hall that offers a fireplace and bayed window seats.