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- (decoratively) in a decorative manner; "used decoratively at Christmas"
- (decorativeness) an appearance that serves to decorate and make something more attractive
- Serving to make something look more attractive; ornamental
- cosmetic: serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
- Relating to decoration
- (bath mat) a heavy towel or mat to stand on while drying yourself after a bath
- A mat for someone to stand on after getting out of a bathtub
- A rubber mat placed in the bottom of a bathtub to prevent someone from slipping while getting in or out
- (Bath mat) A mat is a generic term for a piece of fabric or flat material, generally placed on a floor or other flat surface, and serving a range of purposes including: * providing a regular or flat surface, such as a mousepad.
- (Bath Mat) An absorbent cloth piece used to stand on when coming out of the bath or shower. Bath mats have rubber backing, tend to be plush and come in a variety of sizes.
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Oceanstar FM1163 Bamboo Floor and Shower Mat
Enjoy elegance and sophistication with the Floor & Shower mat from Oceanstar Design Collection. Its versatile design allows you to be creative in placing it either in your bathroom, near spa and pool, indoor or outdoor. Made with 100% natural bamboo, it is not only elegant but also . The Oceanstar Floor & Shower mat is a perfect addition to your home or as an admirable gift to your loved ones. Decorative items are not included. Caution: Always use caution when stepping on the bamboo mat to avoid fall or slip.
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© PS South-west corner of Maidan Square. Major architectural elements linked by arcading. ..... One of the characteristic features of the palace architecture of the period was the integration of buildings into a natural environment such as a park or garden, and water played an important role in the spatial relationship between inside and out. The slightly quirky asymmetry of the Lotfollah, and the trading-stall perimeter of the Square with its sense of scale hint at human relaxation and interaction. Bazaar: At the north end of the Maidan Square I approached the central portal of the Royal Bazaar or Qaisarieh, buzzing with action. (That name is a Caesarian reference, but it’s also known as the Great Bazaar or the bazar-e Borzog.) In fact there are several bazaars, but this is the one Shah Abbas built to link his Square up to the old market and Friday (Jame) Mosque of the earlier city to the north. It’s a labyrinth of domed pedestrian streets, each dome with an oculus aperture at its apex wonderfully spilling diagonal shafts of light into the trading life below. I say “labyrinth” too often, though it surely fits, so perhaps catacomb, network, warren, convolution, spreading, or tentacled, also evoke. Architecture and life hand-in-hand. Foremost the people: artisans, carpet-sellers, crones, coffee-grinders, calligraphers, wool-dyers, grain merchants, fruit-mongers, hawkers and hucksters, handicrafters, leather-workers, oil-millers, miniaturists, pattern-stampers, spice-sellers, talkers, tinsmiths and tailors, wood-workers, weavers, bargainers and arguers. And the oriental odours, pungent or sweet, donkey droppings or seasoned leather, spicy or soothing, the hungering roasting of coffee beans, baking of bread ..... And the products: saffron ice-cream, long-reminding pickled gherkins, caviar and roses, spices, peppercorns and paprika, cardamom, cloves and cinnamon, piles of fudge and nougat, pomegranates persimmons and pistachios, mounds of melons lemons and limes, turbans and scarves, super-spouted copper coffee-pots, patterned plates and inscrolled brass samovars, carpets, kilims and rich-red rugs. Here was an oriental cornucopia, unending under rows of angled light-shafts spotlighting the merchandise, leading on around the corners and up the alleys, ever-enticing. This was an architectural response to human action, in woven brickwork, arches, high spatial domes, and play of light. A sensuous sequence of built form. The structure contains a representative selection of secular architecture over the last 500 years. It has 4 or 5 kms of shopping streets, some with brick arches, some with poplar beams, numerous caravanserais, high-domed intersection halls, and side-wings. Living relics of the pre-industrial age can still be found here — from a side alley comes the glimpse of a dye vat with lengths of bright-colour skeins or fabrics hung to dry, or the rotating of an old stone mill-wheel for oil. As well as courtyard caravanserais, there are adjoining mosques for daily prayer, and theological schools as part of the merged complex. Overhead, the lines of bulbous domes giving movement rhythm are individual patterns of herring-bone brickwork suggesting a hand-woven quality. Place becomes really memorable when building and spaces link together in a responsive way, contributing to life, and surroundings. Here’s a linked whole, rather than self-posturing isolation — evolved form enhancing human action — sequential, and on foot. Arched entrances lead to larger spaces, warehouses, bath-houses, shrines and stores, all tightly connected to the central spine, yet each also their own world. The mosques provide havens of quietude. And secondary residential paths lead to or from the clustered housing between narrow streets flanked by high earth walls. The members of one trade, say cobblers and leatherworkers, group together, served by the same serais. Thus the bazaar fans out into an interlocking system of domed alleys. Over each street crossing, or chahar-su, rises a dome of exceptional height, sometimes above a fountain-pool. So there’s a rational structure, a logic, to the layout, but always secondary rather than imposing. Well, that is until we get to the old-town north end where a modern traffic artery was cut across the bazaar early in the 20th century. At very least there should be a continuity in old-brick paving. The bazaar was the backbone of the city, used as a place for meeting people, seeing and being seen. The upper end of the bazaar climaxes, not just at the old market, but at the historic Friday Mosque. More specifically, the bazaar can be considered in three parts: 1: Raste and dehliz, which are the main and peripheral streets and corridors inside the bazaar, including the chahar-su halls. 2: Caravanserais, which are the economic complexes with stores and for accommodating merchants. 3: Qaisarya, timce, and serais, which are trade complexes without residential facility. A timce is an economic gr
White-porcelain-semi-recessed-vessel-sink-31Inches-Valencia 31 inch VALENCIA ENSEMBLE VL002.E01 Artfully crafted with a country charm. Our open concept ensemble includes 2 functional drawers for convenient storage while a bottom shelf provides space for towels and favorite decorative bath items. Includes base Black antique iron style hardware Jet Black natural granite vanity top White porcelain semi-recessed vessel sink chrome single hole faucet pop-up and framed mirror with integrated shelf. Matte White. MDF Flat drawer style. Vanity base (with top/vessel): 31 inch W x 22 inch D x 34 inch H. Mirror: 28 inch W x 4 inch D x 31.5 inch H. Vanity top pre-drilled for semi-recessed vessel sink. Ensemble components may be purchased individually.
decorative bath mats
Create a more comfortable and safe surface in the bathtub with a stylish Graphite Gray Pebblz Bath Mat. This contemporary bath mat features dozens of skid-resistant suction cups to hold it in place and polished and textured rubber pebbles that provide a soft surface for standing in the shower or relaxing in the tub. Gray Pebble Bath & Shower Mat Features Made with a mildew-resistant vinyl rubber in a cool graphite gray color. Bottom features a series of non-skid suction cups to keep the bath mat in place on slick bathtub surfaces. Textured and polished rubber pebbles offer a safe soft and comfortable non-slip surface for standing while showering. Shower mat measures 13 3/4" wide x 26 1/2" long to fit neatly in most bathtubs. Contemporary bath mat has a distinct pebble design that brings a stylish and fun natural element into a bathtub. A great shower accessory for kids and nature lovers and giving your daily shower routine the look and feel of your favorite stream. NOT in