keeping room


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keeping room

A room at the back of a colonial New England house, which served as a combination kitchen, living room, and workroom.
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Welsh chose the Sophia canvas for the dining room to complement the blue and cream silk drapery as well as create cohesiveness between its formal feel and the modern brightness of the kitchen and keeping room.
The keeping room was warm and inviting with white poinsettias and greenery on the staircase.
The keeping room, at the very heart of the house, was the largest and most important room.
The home's kitchen and keeping room and the living and dining space downstairs provide plenty of room for large family gatherings.
Sarah Goodrich miniatures will be on display upstairs in the Manuscript Room, and reverse paintings on glass of Martha and George Washington may be seen in the lower hall on the way to the Keeping Room and the old store, post office and apothecary rooms.
Kingston eases the transition from physical to virtual infrastructure and further reduces TCO with its offering of larger capacity memory modules to boost current performance while keeping room for future expansion.
From nursery rugs, dorm rugs, foyer, kitchen, living room, bedroom, keeping room, and dining room, we have the rug, size, and price--we are The Rug Place, Always Afford-able
On the side of the kitchen, the keeping room features a reclaimed-oak farm table and banquette with accenting chairs.
Exiting through the French doors of the kitchen and keeping room, visitors find themselves on the first of a trio of tranquil flagstone patios.
It boasts three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a keeping room off the kitchen that Walters had requested for the original homeowner.
The project was initiated when the Tripletts called Michael to choose a sofa for their keeping room and took him to see a gorgeous lot just around the corner.