A moulding used where the wall joins the floor. Many Panel Mouldings will also make two-piece Baseboard applications. These are excellent when turned upside-down and used with Cornice mouldings to form larger Crown details.
Usually wood or vinyl installed around the perimeter of a room to cover the space where the wall and floor meet. A board placed against the wall around a room next to the floor to properly finish between the floor and the plaster.
A baseboard or skirting board or skirting is a wooden board, normally three inches to 11 inches (75–300 mm) high, covering the lowest part of an interior wall. Its purpose is to cover the joint between the wall surface (usually plaster or drywall) and the floor. It covers the inevitable uneven edge as flooring meets the wall.
The ground, base, or panel on or in which the marquetry or inlay is set. If you have a choice, best go for top-quality, white-faced multicore plywood, in which case the rule of thumb is: the larger the panel, the thicker the ply.