coving


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cov·ing

 (kō′vĭng)
n.
See cove1.
Translations

coving

nWölbung f
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The new coving in my house has only been up for a couple of months.
GIVE a room character with coving, whether it's plain and modern, or elaborate with period perfect details.
Period properties, particularly ones built in the 19th and early 20th century, originally had coving - ornate skirting boards around the ceilings - in most of their rooms, and a room without it can look rather bare.
Coving for homes dates back to Victorian times although in those days it would have only been found in the homes of the rich and upper class.
COVING gives any room a touch of class and can make all the difference to your interior decor.
Made from expanded polystyrene, lightweight paper-wrapped material or plaster, coving also comes in various depths to suits different spaces.
Coving finishes off any room with a touch of class and can make all the difference to your interior decor.
Coving is a prefabricated decorative moulding fitted at the junction of the wall and ceiling around a room.
MANY period properties, particularly ones built in the 19th and early 20th century, would originally have had coving or cornicing in all or some of the rooms.
A room without coving looks rather bare - it''s amazing what a difference it makes.
MANY main rooms have coving or cornicing between the ceiling and the top of the wall.
Whether it is fixing coving to hide some unsightly cracks, or putting up a new curtain rail, there are a number of things that can be done - guaranteed to impress visitors.