a decorated piece of wood around and below a shelf
A trim board mounted flat against an interior wall, directly under a window.
Layers of stone, concrete or other material to protect the toe of a structure such as a seawall.
Part of the lock bottom where the sills are fixed.
Erosion protection placed below the streambed in an area of high flow velocity, such as downstream from a culvert.
Horizontal decorative wood trim below the sill.
A piece of wood trim beneath the window sill.
The small sheet metal area between the front and rear fenders located below the trunk & deck lids.
A raised panel below the window sill
The flat member of the inside trim of a window placed against the wall immediately beneath the stool.
That section of a wall below a window.
Window trim or molding placed below the stool to finish the joint formed by the wall and the window frame opening.
A floor or lining to protect a surface from erosion. For example, the pavement below chutes, spillways, or the toes of dams.
The horizontal member directly beneath the stool or inside sill of a window.
Flat trim piece placed horizontally just beneath the window stool.
Horizontal trim board beneath a windowsill.
Single sided section constructed as a half ridge to make good the joint under a chimney or window
A board placed to the underside of a shelf, sill, seat, or table top. Usually carved. Bamboo form: Wood carving in the shape of natural bamboo forms. Chinese influence.
The piece directly below the Sill that contacts the wall and gives a more "complete" and eye-pleasing appearance to a Window Casing
Inside horizontal trim located under the window stool at the bottom of a unit.
The wide, lesser angled area beneath a chute or couloir, usually comprised of loose talus and other piled debris
The piece of interior window trim below the stool.
Trim used under the stool on interior windows.
A piece of casing or decorative trim installed against the wall immediately beneath the stool of a window.
Horizontal trim board under a window stool.
Inside flat trim member which is used under the stool at the bottom of the window.
A trim board that is installed beneath a window sill.
The part of a window casing below the sill.
Trim attached below a tabletop or window sill.
Interior flat trim piece which is used under the stool at the bottom of the window.
Trim attached below a bar stool's seat.
Wood trim piece beneath the window.
Decorative molding below the windowsill.
The bottom piece of window trim below the sill or stool.
A lining of the bed of the channel upstream or downstream from a lined or restricted waterway. A floor or lining of concrete, rock, etc., to protect a surface from erosion such as the pavement below chutes, spillways, at the toes of dams, or along the toe of bank protection.
Decorative trim nailed to the inside wall, located underneath the Stool.
An apron is a trim piece (usually interior) mounted below the stool or windowsill.
A narrow substrate attached below the display surface of a bulletin structure that is used to cover necessary construction support beams.
Trim or facing on the side or in front of a countertop, table edge or windowsill.
plate or covering for mechanical device that protects its operator; interior trim beneath window stool.