House and Home Vocabulary

  • Apartment – a set of rooms for living in, typically in a building containing a number of such sets
  • Bathroom – a room containing a bath or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet
  • Bedroom – a room for sleeping in
  • Carpet – a thick, soft covering for a floor
  • Ceiling – the upper surface inside a room, on the top of the walls
  • Chimney – a structure of brick or stone built to carry smoke and gases away from a fire or furnace
  • Closet – a small room or cabinet used for storage
  • Cushion – a soft pad, typically filled with feathers or foam rubber, used to make a piece of furniture more comfortable
  • Curtain – a piece of cloth hung up at the window to keep out the sun or as a decoration
  • Dining room – a room in a house or apartment where meals are eaten
  • Door – a movable barrier used to block off an entrance, typically made of wood or metal
  • Fireplace – an open recess in a wall, typically in a living room, where a fire can be lit
  • Floor – the lower surface of a room on which one may walk
  • Furniture – the movable articles in a room or an establishment that make it fit for living or working
  • Garden – an area of land, often near a house, used for growing flowers, fruit, or vegetables
  • Kitchen – a room or area for cooking and preparing food
  • Lamp – a device for providing artificial light
  • Roof – the top covering of a building, typically made of tiles or slates
  • Staircase – a set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another
  • Table – a piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, used as a surface for working at, eating from, or on which to place things.
  • Furniture vocabulary (chair, table, sofa, bed, etc.)
  • Room vocabulary (kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, etc.)
  • Home appliances vocabulary (fridge, oven, microwave, washing machine, etc.)
  • Home maintenance vocabulary (paint, hammer, screwdriver, etc.)
  • Home security vocabulary (alarm, camera, lock, etc.)
  • Home decoration vocabulary (curtains, carpet, vase, etc.)
  • Home electronics vocabulary (television, computer, phone, etc.)
  • Home energy vocabulary (electricity, gas, solar, etc.)
  • Home insurance vocabulary (coverage, premium, claim, etc.)
  • Home improvement vocabulary (renovate, remodel, repair, etc.)
  • Home real estate vocabulary (property, mortgage, rent, etc.)
  • Home organization vocabulary (closet, storage, shelf, etc.)
  • Home cleaning vocabulary (vacuum, mop, broom, etc.)
  • Home gardening vocabulary (lawn, flowerbed, hedge, etc.)

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