It was, in its way, a very charming room, with its high panelled wainscoting
of olive-stained oak, its cream-coloured frieze and ceiling of raised plasterwork, and its brickdust felt carpet strewn with silk, long-fringed Persian rugs.
Eight mahogany chairs stood in a row against the white wainscoting
The afternoon sun was warm on the five workmen there, busy upon doors and window-frames and wainscoting
It was with unspeakable emotion D'Artagnan recognized all the furniture of the chamber of the first story; the wainscoting
, the tapestries, and even that geographical chart which Porthos had so fondly studied in his moments of leisure.
The young man felt that his fate was sealed: for the rest of his life he would go up every evening between the cast-iron railings of that greenish- yellow doorstep, and pass through a Pompeian vestibule into a hall with a wainscoting
of varnished yellow wood.
There was a cupboard in the wainscoting
and from this he took a family tree.
so significant in a woman like Montalais, was interrupted by a moderately loud noise heard by the speakers proceeding from the alcove behind the wainscoting
Jim the Cab-horse found himself in possession of a large room with a green marble floor and carved marble wainscoting
, which was so stately in its appearance that it would have awed anyone else.
A SILKEN-EARED Spaniel, who traced his descent from King Charles the Second of England, chanced to look into a mirror which was leaning against the wainscoting
of a room on the ground floor of his mistress's house.
I wish you could see the wainscoting
in that drawing-room, Joe
Most of the thirty or so little tables covered by red cloths with a white design stood ranged at right angles to the deep brown wainscoting
of the underground hall.
The rooms on the two lower floors were imposing and spacious; with ceilings of great height, gilded wainscoting
and various quaint little medallion pictures of shepherds and shepherdesses, and other fancies of the time of Madame de Sevigne.