What is another word for fixtures?

Pronunciation: [fˈɪkst͡ʃəz] (IPA)

When designing or renovating a space, the term "fixtures" is often used to describe items that are permanently affixed to a wall or ceiling. However, there are many other words that can be used as synonyms for fixtures. For instance, "fittings" is often used to describe items such as light fixtures, electrical outlets, and plumbing fixtures. "Accessories" can be used to describe items such as towel bars, soap dispensers, and toilet paper holders. "Appurtenances", "attachments", and "equipment" are other words that can be used to describe similar items. Whatever term you choose, make sure to select items that match the overall style and function of your space.

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What are the opposite words for fixtures?

The antonyms of "fixtures" are movable, portable, removable, and transient. Unlike fixtures, movable objects are easy to relocate, whereas fixtures are firmly attached to a structure. Portable objects are designed to be carried, making them easy to travel with, while fixtures are permanently fixed in one location. Removable objects can be taken out or detached from a structure, while fixtures cannot be easily removed without damaging the structure. The word transient refers to objects that are temporary or short-lived, making them the opposite of fixtures, which are built to last. Antonyms help to clarify the meaning of a word by providing an opposing viewpoint.

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Usage examples for Fixtures

Then they began to tie up the tent of the mosquito net by stringing it up against light fixtures and unused nails that stuck out of walls.
"Corpus of a Siam Mosquito"
Steven Sills
After a moment or two of adjustment, during which he seemed to himself to be breathing like a steam-engine, he discerned a room like his own, with the same dressing-table flanked by gas-fixtures, and the same table in the window.
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton
Before leaving the enemy had busied himself with an elaborate packing up, and had taken away most of his movable property, but the "fixtures" still remained, and a litter of mattresses stuffed with shavings, empty wine-bottles, candles which had burnt down on the last night in the old home, old socks and old boots and old clothes no longer good for active service, and just the usual relics which people leave behind when they change houses.
"From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917"
Philip Gibbs

Famous quotes with Fixtures

  • I didn't really want to live, so anything that was an investment in time made me angry... but also I just felt sad. When the hopelessness is hurting you, it's the fixtures and fittings that finish you off.
    Angelina Jolie
  • Under the old dispensation, before the advent of science, when this little world was all, and the sun, moon, and stars were merely fixtures overhead to give light and warmth, the conception of a being adequate to create and control it all was easier. The storms were expressive of his displeasure, the heavens were his throne, and the earth was his footstool. But in the light of modern astronomy one finds himself looking in vain for the God of his fathers, the magnified man who ruled the ancient world. In his place we have an infinite and eternal Power whose expression is the visible universe, and to whom man is no more and no less than any other creature.
    John Burroughs
  • I have long recognized the theory and aesthetic of such comprehensive display: show everything and incite wonder by sheer variety. But I had never realized how powerfully the decor of a cabinet museum can promote this goal until I saw the Dublin [Natural History Museum] fixtures redone right. […] The exuberance is all of one piece—organic and architectural. I write this essay to offer my warmest congratulations to the Dublin Museum for choosing preservation—a decision not only scientifically right, but also ethically sound and decidedly courageous. The avant-garde is not an exclusive locus of courage; a principled stand within a reconstituted rear unit may call down just as much ridicule and demand equal fortitude. Crowds do not always rush off in admirable or defendable directions.
    Stephen Jay Gould
  • Stamping around, waiting, I cursed England aloud, hands dug deep into pockets, dancing to the wind that knocked in vain at the Sunday shops. Cigarette-packets, football fixtures, bus-tickets sailed by in dust-ghosts of Saturday. A woman with a puce face and a blancmange-coloured prayer-book was waiting also for The Priest and Pig, and she looked puce disapproval at me. Twenty minutes late, the bus yawned in from town, near-empty, and it swallowed us in a gape of Sunday ennui. So we sundayed along, rattling and creaking in Sunday hollowness, I upstairs, tearing my elevenpenny ticket while I read the prospectus of Winter Commercial Classes stuck on the window.
    Anthony Burgess
  • “Quantum” brings a hand in fiction that challenges all conventional fixtures of control within the psyche of art.
    Wilson Harris

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