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The home usually has its own character. Similarly with all cottages or the bungalow are found in britain. Do not desire to change the composition of the building is a lot of, 1940s Fireplaces styles take on conventional bungalow.
The cottage was built-in the 18th century and it is currently past renovation's stage. Instead of trying to replicate the style of the bungalow, Alex E chose to build an additional home layout that sustain the smoothness of the household and will minimize the structural change of the entire lodge.
Never questioned stunning, an effect! As a way to keep up with the figure of a building, Kitchen's artist Alex Saint Architecture adding a home design in addition to the primary building. The end result? Beautiful! Yes, a bungalow located in Chelshire, the UK will be the building involved.
Mymy (mī),USA pronunciation pron.
- (a form of the possessive case of I used as an attributive adjective): My soup is cold.
- Also, my-my. (used as an exclamation of mild surprise or dismay): My, what a big house this is! My-my, how old he looks!
Fireplacefire•place (fīər′plās′),USA pronunciation n.
- the part of a chimney that opens into a room and in which fuel is burned;
- any open structure, usually of masonry, for keeping a fire, as at a campsite.
Mantelman•tel (man′tl),USA pronunciation n.
Also, mantle. Also called man•tel•piece (man′tl pēs′),USA pronunciation mantlepiece.
- a construction framing the opening of a fireplace and usually covering part of the chimney breast in a more or less decorative manner.
- Also called mantelshelf. a shelf above a fireplace opening.