ceiling cornice

cove molding, cavetto

A molding having a concave face; often used as trim.
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There is a central island and built-in in appliances include a five-ring Rangemaster oven with chimney extractor above with feature down lighting, electric oven, tiled splash backs, recessed ceiling spot-lights, ceiling cornice, two central heating radiators, feature wall mounted radiator, concealed wall mounted central heating boiler, feature log burning stove, double glazed window, door to downstairs cloaks/wc and bi-folding door leading out to rear garden.
Set back offthe main road by a small garden and gate, the house has a Tuscan-style porch and original timber front door that opens into the hallway, which has a Minton tiled floor, original ceiling cornice and decorative plaster work and stairs to the first floor.
Set back off the main road by a small garden and gate, the house has a Tuscan-style porch and original timber front door that opens into the hallway, which has a Minton tiled floor, original ceiling cornice and decorative plaster work and stairs to the first floor.
By combining two standard cove moldings with a flat molding, we've created an elegant ceiling cornice that forgives minor variations in the ceiling and walls and is easy to cope and miter.
And the interior of the refurbished property is equally as charming with features like sash-style windows with shutters, ceiling cornice and period fireplaces.
The property has an abundance of character with features including leaded lights, ceiling cornice and Parquet floor.
Attractive features here include a dado rail, two wall light points, coved ceiling cornice and ceiling spot lights.
Paneled hallway, drawing room, ornate ceiling cornice plaster work in both drawing room and guest bedroom and traditional sash and case windows.
The hallway boasts panelled walls, a ceiling cornice and two period style porthole windows with leaded panes.
Contract notice: Restoration of the ceiling cornice ranging from Palace Diane Hall
It has a reception hall with moulded ceiling cornice and a diamond patterned original floor of slate and Bath stone.
Here there is a coved ceiling cornice and an oak-style fireplace with an inset electric fire.