footstall


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footstall

1. The plinth or base of a pillar or pier, usually having a distinctive architectural treatment.
2. A pedestal which supports a pillar, statue, etc.
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Rich autumnal bedding and a warm ochre coloured wall make this bedroom perfect for cosying up with a book on chill autumn days Kerry used black chalk paint and an autumnal woodland design to stunning effect on the wall of a child's bedroom In one room, Kerry made a coffee table from four fabric covered footstalls coloured in war r rm muted shades
In fact it has now become a part of the street culture and Momo eating competitions in footstalls along the streets of Khatmandu are not an unfamiliar sight.
Chaises longues and footstalls in red mock-croc, suede and leather will adorn the floorspace and Mr Hanegraaf hopes shoppers will make full use of them to rest their feet after shopping around big-name shops such as Armani, Dolce and Gabanna and Gieves and Hawkes.