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built-in

A shelving unit, bookcase, or other storage unit that is built into the walls of a house or building. I'm disappointed that the closets in the house are so small, but at least there are plenty of built-ins.
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Do built-ins and furniture placement demonstrate to buyers where a TV can go?
They also finished the basement, which has a full bath, built-ins, and lots of storage options.
There is an adjacent dining room and each bedroom has custom built-ins and closets plus panoramic views from the midtown Manhattan skyline to the East River.
Custom built-ins maximize Space & storage, as does the extra large closet in the extra large master bedroom.
The bedrooms are "generously sized" with the corner master featuring custom built-ins and a gas fireplace.
They constructed an enclosed classroom with a capacity of up to 30 seats, and a corner alcove and pin-up space for individual project study plus two small faculty offices with built-ins for books and supplies.
For instance, in lieu using particle board, which can contribute pollutants into the air from the adhesives used to make it, wheatboard, which is nontoxic, utilizes an agricultural waste product and is safely biodegradable, can be substituted as a substrate for casegoods and built-ins.
Although tenant improvement work is generally depreciated over 39 years, most law offices have a preponderance of millwork, built-ins, specialty lighting, etc.
Twin entry hall stairways flow beautifully upward; fireplaces with towering stone mantels, rich woodwork and custom built-ins add a robust character; crystal chandeliers, one-of-a-kind sculptures, murals and an indoor sculpture pool with cascading waterfall complete the artistic "statement" of the mansion.
Clinics need extensive plumbing work for the many sinks, along with cabinetry, air-conditioning and other built-ins, and Planned Parenthood had recently updated its "state-of-the-art" equipment, Altman added.