The side of an opening for a window, doorway, or the like, between the door frame or window frame and the outer surface of the wall; or, where the opening is not filled with a door, etc., the whole thickness of the wall; the jamb.
In an overlay door mounting application, the exposed portion of the cabinet side panel not covered by the door when closed.
A small 'return' surrounding an arch, window or doorway to show the thickness of the wall.
The sides of a window opening.
A return which is at right angles to a flat, and suggests the thickness of a window, wall, doorway etc.
The side of an opening for a door or window between the frame and the outer surface of a wall, showing the wall's thickness.
Side wall of window niche.
The vertical side of an opening in a wall.
The side of a window recess, i.e. the wall adjacent to the window frame and at right angles to the surface wall
A visible edge of a door or window opening in a wall not covered by the frame.
the side of an opening or recess which is at right angles to the face of the work; especially the vertical side of a doorway, window, or arch
The inside surface of a doorway or window opening, usually the thickness of a wall.
The inner surfaces of a bay or opening.
The depth of stone between its outer face and a window or door set in an opening; the thickness of a wall.
The vertical inner face of a door or window opening. See splay.
That part of a back bend that projects out from the finished wall. b) The dimension from the inside face of a door, when in the closed position, to the face of the frame at the side opposite from the direction of the door swing.
The vertical sides of an opening in a wall.
Vertical side of door or window opening
The margin visible between the door jamb and case molding, typically 1/4".
The name of the inner lining frame between the architraves and the window frame.
The vertical section of a wall that lies between the window frame and the outer wall.
Side of an opening of a window or door.
The exposed portion of the cabinet face frame when the cabinet door and drawer are closed.
Usually a line, scoring or joint in a wall/siding that exposes its depth and breaks up its mass.
The area of the face frame not covered by the door.
The hole cut in a wall to accept a window.
Outer part of the jamb visible in door or window openings and not covered by the frame.
That part of a jamb which lies between the glass or door and the outer wall surface.
In any door or window that is recessed into a wall, the reveal is the surface perpendicular to and bridging the outer surface of the wall and the surface of the window or door.
That portion of a jamb or recess which is visible from the face of a wall.
Portion of jamb (usually 3/16 inch) that is revealed at the edge of a window or door casing.
The amount of space left exposed on the face frame after the door overlap.
The area of walling at the side of an opening which is at right angles to the general face of the wall
The inner surface of a doorcase or window opening between the edge of the frame and the outer surface of the wall at right angles to it. The corresponding space above is the soffit.
The side of an opening (as for a window) between a frame and the outer surface of a wall.
The surface left exposed when one board is fastened over another; the edge of the upper set slightly back from the edge of the lower.
n. the distance measured from the trim surface of the jamb to the leading face of the door on the stop side when closed
The distance measured from the surface of the frame face to the surface of the door.
That portion of a jamb or recess that is visible from the face of the wall back to the frame placed between jambs.
within the punch, the pivotal word, phrase, or action that exposes or presents the 2nd story's reinterpretation.
A protrusion on the head and jambs of a window frame, parallel to the wall of the structure allowing room for final trim within the opening in the wall.
The end of a door that is exposed only when the door is open.
The space between the window sash or door panel and the frame.