A recessed portion of a room, or a small room opening into a larger one; especially, a recess to contain a bed; a lateral recess in a library.
Any natural recess analogous to an alcove or recess in an apartment.
Recessed part of a room for desks cabinets and bookcases. In the 18th century special beds were designed to fit such recesses.
A room access often found to both sides of a chimney breast.
A recessed space connected at the side of a larger room
A recessed part or addition to a room.
a small recess opening off a larger room
an L-shaped area off the main living space in an apartment
a small, usually contiguous space leading off of the living room, customarily used as a dining or sleeping area
A recessed space connected with or at the side ot a large room.
An area adjoining the living room space of an apartment. It is generally less than 100 square feet and, hence, not considered a full room. It can be used for dining or an additional sleeping area. Depending upon size, it may actually be "walled off" to create an additional bedroom.
An area adjoining the living room space of an apartment. It is generally less than 100 square feet and is not considered a full room, but often called a half room.
a collapsed area at the upper end of a gully.
a recess in a wall or room often vaulted or coved.
A recess in a wall or hedge, often curved and often used to house a scultpure, a seat or a fountain. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3
An area adjoining the living room space which can be used for a dining area or be separated or closed off to make a bedroom, den or office.
recessed area adjacent to a larger space, typically enclosed on three sides, often with a lower ceiling, originally used for sleeping quarters
A recessed or built in area of a room usually including both sides and top. ( Requires special clearances.)
An area of an apartment allowing for an additional separation of space, commonly used for dining or sleeping.
A recessed area in a room.
n. A covered recess connected with or at the side of a larger room.
Part of a room that is recessed for a bed bookcase, cabinet, dining group, etc. Specialized beds were designed for alcoves in the 18th century. Bed alcoves existed in Pompeian rooms, and was common in northern Europe from the Middle Ages onward.
An area adjoining the living room space of an apartment. Generally is less than100 square feet and, not considered a full room, and often called a half room. Used as a â€œdining areaâ€ or â€œsleeping areaâ€. Depending upon size, it may actually be â€œwalled offâ€ to create an additional bedroom.
A small recessed portion of a room
A recessed section of a room, such as a breakfast nook.
A recess opening off a wall of a larger room. Often used as a sitting area, coat room, or storage area.
Recessed part of a room. Bed alcoves exist in Pompeian rooms, and such placing of the sleeping quarters was common in northern Europe through the Middle Ages and later. In the 18th century special beds were designed to fit such recesses. Alcoves are also used for bookcases and cabinets, dining groups, etc.
Shallow recess in a wall or hedge, or a building in which to sit or stand a potted plant or artifact.
Alcove (through the Spanish, alcova, from the Arabic, al-, the, and quobbah, a vault) is an architectural term for a recess in a room, usually screened off by pillars, balustrade or drapery.