The tapestry, the bedding, the wainscots were soon in a blaze.
The wainscots, the window-frames, the doors, all are trimmed with mouldings.
There were corner beams and wainscots, some tiled chimney-pieces, even.
The wainscots were of Irish yew, and the ceilings of cypress.
The walls and wainscots were of red, glazed bricks to the height of a man, and were bordered by a row of flowered tiles.
These patterns were merely the familiar mouldings used in wainscots and panellings put to the purpose of adorning the chests.
Everywhere the wainscots were embossed in ormolu or painted with flowers and arabesques.
The porters and the Swiss burned the poles of the chairs, and even the floorings and wainscots intended for the great gallery.
This same genus includes a number of moths, very similar in general appearance, and popularly known as the 'Wainscots.'
Tribunes, stairs and wainscots that formed a strange contrast with the rest of the edifice were added.