Definition of furnishing
1 : an article or accessory of dress —usually used in plural
2 : an object that tends to increase comfort or utility; especially : an article of furniture for the interior of a building —usually used in plural
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Some of the furnishings and equipment may be available for purchase.
Cool colors on the walls and a neutral palette for materials and furnishings complement the woods.
Ikea is matching the prizes (a total of $10,000) with a donation of home furnishings to The Homeless Families Foundation, a local organization that provides housing assistance and educational services to homeless families living in Columbus.
The property is said to have sold with most of its furnishings and contents.
Candice had a room with comparable furnishings on the 12th floor of the hotel's older tower.
Candice had a room with comparable furnishings on the 12th floor of the hotel’s older tower.
The squat time capsule, at 261 Crown Street, has a century-old wooden counter and furnishings scarred by the carvings of patrons’ initials and names.
The season kicks off when the product mavens at IKEA challenge DESIGN SQUAD’s aspiring teenage engineers to create eco-friendly Cardboard Furniture for display at the home furnishings superstore.
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