A structure made with timbers, as the framework of a boat or house.


(Building) a structure made of timber


(ˈtɪm bərˌwɜrk)

structural work formed of timbers.
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I was awestruck at the yacht's luxury - varnished timberwork, gleaming parquet floors, Persian carpets, soft-as-a-cloud couches and fine art combined to create an atmosphere of warmth, elegance and comfort.
We set out with the express aim of attempting to duplicate this approach to recover as much detail of Balbridie's timberwork as was feasible.
The works will include internal and external decoration of the stations in both public and staff area, together with painting platform columns, lighting columns and seats and car park lighting and CCTV columns and metalwork or timberwork in the external site demise/lease plan
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BLACKSMITH COTTAGE, CONGREVE COURT Guide price: pounds 349,950 Agent: Turners Estate Agents Tel: 01785 713450 A sympathetically restored barn which has been converted in to a three-bedroom home that still retains many original features including exposed timberwork.
The whole ceiling is held in place by an impressive array of timberwork.
Excavations showed that scorch marks at the base of the theatre were consistent with brushwood being piled up against the timberwork.
A shabby, worn exterior can be very off-putting so redecorate exterior timberwork.
It has well-crafted timberwork throughout the building, thick stone walls and a carefully-planned echoing of mediaeval themes such as the many mullioned windows, the plain, arched fireplaces edged in stone and the upper outside walls painted white and laced with black timbers.
The project included demolition works, replacement of laminated glass panels, installation of approved heritage corrugated metal roofing and guttering, metal roofing and associated works, glazing, timberwork and painting.
The Brigands is a maze of rooms, featuring open timberwork and slate floors, all very tastefully renovated and offering several nooks and crannies for that private talk or even illicit smooch.
The main timberwork still remains to be finished before Gordon can even start slating the roof Glyn Smith is National Trust head gardener at Erddig Hall, Wrexham