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me•di•e•val (mē′dē ēvəl, med′ē-, mid′ē-, mid ēvəl),USA pronunciation adj. 
  1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or in the style of the Middle Ages: medieval architecture.Cf.  Middle Ages. 
  2. extremely old-fashioned;
Also,  mediaeval.  me′di•eval•ly, adv. 


quilt (kwilt),USA pronunciation  n. 
  1. a coverlet for a bed, made of two layers of fabric with some soft substance, as wool or down, between them and stitched in patterns or tufted through all thicknesses in order to prevent the filling from shifting.
  2. anything quilted or resembling a quilt.
  3. a bedspread or counterpane, esp. a thick one.
  4. [Obs.]a mattress.

  1. to stitch together (two pieces of cloth and a soft interlining), usually in an ornamental pattern.
  2. to sew up between pieces of material.
  3. to pad or line with material.

  1. to make quilts or quilted work.
quilter, n. 


pat•tern (patərn; Brit. pat′n),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. a decorative design, as for wallpaper, china, or textile fabrics, etc.
  2. decoration or ornament having such a design.
  3. a natural or chance marking, configuration, or design: patterns of frost on the window.
  4. a distinctive style, model, or form: a new pattern of army helmet.
  5. a combination of qualities, acts, tendencies, etc., forming a consistent or characteristic arrangement: the behavior patterns of teenagers.
  6. an original or model considered for or deserving of imitation: Our constitution has been a pattern for those of many new republics.
  7. anything fashioned or designed to serve as a model or guide for something to be made: a paper pattern for a dress.
  8. a sufficient quantity of material for making a garment.
  9. the path of flight established for an aircraft approaching an airport at which it is to land.
  10. a diagram of lines transmitted occasionally by a television station to aid in adjusting receiving sets;
    test pattern.
  11. Metall. a model or form, usually of wood or metal, used for giving the shape of the interior of a mold.
  12. Numis. a coin, either the redesign of an existing piece or the model for a new one, submitted for authorization as a regular issue.
  13. an example, instance, sample, or specimen.
  14. [Gunnery, Aerial Bombing.]
    • the distribution of strikes around a target at which artillery rounds have been fired or on which bombs have been dropped.
    • a diagram showing such distribution.

  1. to make or fashion after or according to a pattern.
  2. to cover or mark with a pattern.
  3. Chiefly Brit. Dial.
    • to imitate.
    • to attempt to match or duplicate.

  1. to make or fall into a pattern.
pattern•a•ble, adj. 
patterned, adj. 
pattern•er, n. 
pattern•less, adj. 
pattern•like′, adj. 
pattern•y, adj. 
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- color, structure and the space size of the color of the furniture, large roofs along with the walls should really be your thought whenever choosing shades for the ground. For your ultimate style to be successful must be contrasting hues,
- The new floor must complement the timber surfaces that are existing to maintain the ethics and movement of your home,
- avoid dim floor in a small room with dark walls - it'll create the area more thick and gloomy (see how floors manufactured from black wood)
- Dark hues bring the warmth of decor's other elements out,
- In rooms with low ceilings choose light colored surfaces and surfaces,
- black and Black colors are a common selection for performers' studios, contemporary interiors and stylish
- Polluted standard brown coloring or pure timber which will be excellent in the event that you prefer a vintage look,
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- Hot brown and crimson wood tones could make your room comfortable,
- flooring that is dull and White can make your bedroom roomy,
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- understand that the shades must enhance distinction and one another. The floor can not have identical colors as walls and furniture,
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