A piece of leather, or other material, to be spread before a person riding on an outside seat of a vehicle, to defend him from the rain, snow, or dust; a boot.
A length of wood found beneath the bottom framing of a drawer, table top, chair seat etc. usually shaped and often decorated.
In furniture this term refers to the horizontal section between the legs of a chair, table or stand of a cabinet. It may be shaped, carved or pierced.
Lower front edge of a piece of furniture, beneath the surface of a table, or seat of a CHAIR, for example.
The apron, or skirting, is the decorative portion of a tub that covers the rough in area from the floor to the top rim of the tub. In many instances the apron is ordered separately from the tub.
A panel of structural wood, often decoratively detailed, which connects legs of a table, chair, etc.
An acrylic panel that adds support when an acryllic tub is mounted in a 3-wall installation.
Sometimes called a skirt, an apron is a part of furniture intended to hide unsightly structural components. For example where legs attach to a tabletop.
Long chest hair beneath the neck. Frill.
the horizontal support below a table top or the seat rail of a chair, often carved or otherwise ornamented.
protection covering the rider's legs and chest. It is fixed to the bike's frame and is ideal for winter riding. It generally comes with muffs which
the chest area of an animal that may exhibit longer, coarser fibre than that found on the neck or shoulder.
The apron, or skirting, a decorating portion of a bathtub that covers the rough-in area from the floor to the top rim of the tub. It is often sold separately from the tub.
The front cover on some bathtubs between the floor and the top and the end walls. AKA, "Skirt."
A narrow strip of wood, or shaped element, such as the horizontal cross member under a table top, chair seat, or lowboy.
The wooden panel connecting the surface and legs of a table or chair.
The shaped skirt of wood that runs beneath the legs of a table or feet of a chest.
The burlap or canvas apron is the part of the rocker that is stretched across a frame, at an incline, beneath the hopper. It traps the fine particles of gold as they fall through the perforated holes of the hopper's bottom.
Horizontal structural and decorative component below the front seat of a chair or below the top of a table or cabinet.
Frill or long hair below the neck on long coated dogs
The decorative front of a bathtub. Often sold separately from the tub. Also called the 'skirt'.
A detailed lower structural panel skirt and rail profile that connects legs of furniture.
Longer hair below the neck on the chest. Frill
A structural part of furniture. The downward extension below what would normally be the bottom edge. It is purely decorative or, as in a close chair, hiding something unattractive. In tables, it is the piece just under the top, connecting the legs. In chairs, it is beneath the seat. The apron is sometimes called "skirt."
A structural component of furniture, the apron is the horizontal piece of wood below the chair seat, connecting the legs beneath the table top, or along the base of a case frame. Another name for an apron is a skirt.
A section of fiber under the alpaca's neck (the chest area). Fibers in this area may be may be variable in size, and may be coarser and medullated, thus should not be mixed in with the finer fiber.
the longer fur and the chest and lower neck
Strip of wood adjoining the base of cabinets, seats and table tops extending between tops of legs or bracket feet.
The apron (or skirting) is a decorative portion of a bathtub covering the rough-in area from the floor to the top rim of the tub.
A horizontal piece that supports the top or seat and connects the legs of a table or chair.