A board placed against the wall around a room next to the floor to finish properly between floor and plaster.
A narrow board or member placed at the juncture of the floor and wall to cover the joint.
Creates a transition from the wall to the floor.
Moulding applied around the perimeter of a room at the point of intersection of the wall and finish floor; base shoe is generally used with it, forming a two member base; (also baseboard, mopboard or skirting).
a lower limit; "the government established a wage floor"
Decorative trim nailed to the wall along the floor, usually 3 ? or 5
Applied where floor and walls meet, forming a visual foundation. Protects walls from kicks, bumps, furniture and cleaning tools. Base may be referred to as one, two, or three member. The base shoe and base cap are used to conceal uneven floor and wall junctions.
One or more rows of tile installed above the floor. (See Cove.)
Steel floor support piece for upright post.
The base is one or more rows of tile which are installed above the floor.
A person with at least one foot on the floor who is in direct weight-bearing contact with the performing surface and provides primary support for another person.
A trim board placed against the wall around the room next to the floor.
Shoe Moulding used next to the floor on interior base board. Sometimes called a carpet strip.