E1 What do you call a piece of furniture that stands against the wall, and you hang clothes in/on it?

E2 A built-in space in a room for hanging clothes:

E2b What do you call a piece of furniture designed to hold a TV, DVD player, and other electronic devices?

E4 A section in a piece of furniture that you pull in and out:

E5 The piece of furniture with a flat top for storing tablecloths, dishes, and such:

E5b What do you call the piece of furniture designed for displaying special dishes?

E6 A small shelf hanging on the wall with small decorative articles on it:

E7 The piece of upholstered furniture that you can stretch out on to rest:

E9 A piece of upholstered furniture that seats three people:

E12 Pieces of stiff material that you pull down on the inside of a window to keep the sun out:

E13 Words meaning to pull the window coverings down: “When the sun is too bright, you go to the window and ________.”

E14 Wooden slats built into a window frame that shut out the sun but let in light and air:

E15 The cloth that is put on top of a bed, mostly for decoration:

E16 A padded covering used on a bed, mostly for warmth:

E17 The removable cover for a bed pillow:

E18 A temporary or emergency bed made up on the floor:

E20 Soft rolls of dust that collect on the floor under beds or other furniture:

E21 Talking about a room that needs to be put in order, you might say, “I’m just going to ________ this room.”

E22 If a house is untidy and everything is upset, you might say, “It’s a(n) ________!” or “It looks like ________.”

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