The bottom slat of the blind.
The lowest horizontal part of a door.
The lower rail of the bottom sash of a double-hung window.
Lower horizontal component of a shutter panel
The bottom of a shade or blind.
In the construction of a railway coach, the timbers which run horizontally between the vertical pillars behind the lower body panels, about a foot above the bottom side.
The horizontal portion of the lower sash .(makes contact with the sill)
Horizontal member of the framework running continuously along the bottom edge of the fence.
the horizontal member, installed on edge, attached to the bottom of the balusters, as well as the post. The Bottom Rail is not required if the balusters extend to and are attached to the Rim Joist.
The bottom piece on a blind or shade; secures the ladders and cords to the bottom of the blind; usually thicker and heavier to provide proper hanging of the window treatment.
The bottom rail supports and anchors the blind/shade and gives it it's sense of form. Usually bottom rails are smaller than headrails and are matched with the headrail or blind/shade color.
Framed horizontal edge member, which forms the bottom of a doorleaf.
The bottom rail is the piece of material that secures the ladders and cords to the bottom of the blind. It is made of wood, Faux Wood or metal depending on the product ordered
The bottom rail is the slightly heavier slat or stabilizing piece attached to the bottom of a horizontal blind to keep it down. Hold-down brackets, when optionally used, attach to the bottom rail and the sill.
Element of horizontal blind or shade, normally at the bottom, which is moved by the lift cords in order to raise or lower the blind or shade.
Bottom of a window covering. Often moved by lift cords to raise or lower the window covering.
Rail located at the bottom of a horizontal blind that holds the cords and ladders and is drawn up and down by the lift cord.
The bottom rail is the lowest slat on a horizontal blind or shade. It is often thicker than the other slats and/or weighted to provide proper anchoring of the window covering and ensure that it hangs straight. The bottom rail is usually color-coordinated to match the rest of the window covering.
The lower horizontal sash member in the bottom sash, the bottom rail provides a seal between the sash and mainframe sill, sometimes referred to as "lift rail".
The bottom horizontal member of a window sash or door panel.
A horizontal rail at the bottom of a sash, door, blind or other panel assembly.