rush matting

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rush matting

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If you're worried about Alan ruining the priceless carpets at Hardwick Hall, he was learning how a sprinkling of water over antique rush matting keeps the flooring looking lush.
A Rush matting B Thatching C Making brooms D Paper pulp QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: Jon Snow is a long-serving news presenter on which TV channel?
A new, limited-edition chair by Christopher Jenner celebrates the ancient and assiduous craft of Rush matting through a year-long collaboration with Felicity Irons, the last remaining European Rush weaver.
Artificial grass, rush matting and wooden decking tiles all look good.
Picture the scene: the hacks are ushered in to be met by the dug-out philosopher sat cross legged on rush matting, possibly with a bamboo flute close to hand, and maybe a subtle picture of David Carridine as 70s Shaolin monk and crusader for justice, Kwai Chang Caine, on a humble desk along with a well thumbed copy of The Analects of Confucius.
The 1,400-yard long rock-fill embankment - 90ft wide at its base, 18ft wide at the top and 21ft high - was built on rush matting between a hilly peninsula called Penrhyn-isaf at the eastern end and the island of Ynys Towyn at its western end where the harbour now is.
Floors are covered with rush matting, apart from a central section of bush-hammered concrete, and the altar is a crisply hewn block of granite.
The external walls of the avian apartments are covered with decorative rush matting.
One of the bedrooms has been turned into a beach scene with a Caribbean mural on the wall and bunk beds hung with rush matting.
Floors: Coir, jute, rush matting, runners, terracotta tiles, unpolished wood in mid-tones, or try wool carpet with hints of colour.
There are various tea rooms and halls laid out in the traditional style with tatami rush matting, wall hangings, and flowers to recreate the setting for the Japanese tea ceremony.