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PostSubject: These gratings   Mon 07 Mar 2011, 13:58

These gratings

These gratings answer another Tory Burch Flats important purpose; for, as the apparatus employed for heating should under all circumstances be placed as much as possible out of sight, and as it is necessary, on account of the natural property of heated air to ascend, that the flues or pipes be placed as low as possible, no place is so suitable for them as under the floor of such houses as that under consideration. We have seen plans in Mr. Croskill's possession, representing the whole floor of a large conservatory Tory Burch Sale completely covered with an elegant ornamental grating, which in some cases is nearly as cheap as stone pavement, the whole made into convenient pieces, that can be taken up for the reception of plants, and laid down at pleasure. The only objection we have to metallic floors is, that they are great conductors of heat, and, therefore, would be disagreeable to walk upon in winter; they are, however, less so when under a roof than if they were fully exposed to the air.In structures of this kind a strict attention to the architectural style of the dwelling should be by no means disregarded. It would be incongruous and absurd to see a Doric, Corinthian, or Gothic building to which a verandah or greenhouse of any other order were appended, yet such instances of bad taste are often seen. Architectural decoration, however, must not be carried too far, particularly when it has the effect of excluding the light. There can, however, be no objection to the pilasters between the front sashes being so constructed as to show the style of architecture to which they belong. In regard to the dimensions Tory Burch Outlet of such houses, they should, under few circumstances, be of less length than that of the front of the house against which they are placed, and indeed of which they may be said to form a Tory Burch Handbags part: their height and width must always be governed by circumstances. If a sloping roof be adopted, it cannot be higher than the sill of the windows of the rooms immediately above it; the width then must be contracted to allow of sufficient fall for the water to ran off, as the front or upright sashes should not be less than eight feet in height.
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