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- ‘Then have a skirting line the same color as the floor tile.’
- ‘If similar skirting is used to match the rest of the room, the bay will blend in easier with the walls.’
- ‘Remove one panel of skirting from each corner; this usually works if the skunk is living above the ground or in articles stored under the trailer.’
- ‘This allows the skirting cuts to be square and the cut skirting to be slid into position inside the nosing cuts.’
- ‘All glass framing is let into the structure and there are no architraves or skirtings.’
- ‘If you prefer, lattice or other style panels may be use to match the skirting on the porch.’
- ‘‘The internal walls are dry-lined and plastered and all skirting and wood trim is varnished,’ Copeland said.’
- ‘If this is not possible, add light with a vinyl silk emulsion on the walls and gloss paint for the woodwork, skirting and window and door frames.’
- ‘Walnut doors and skirting are complemented by stark white walls and most bedrooms contain fitted wardrobes.’
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