Dado rail

A dado rail, also known as a chair rail, is a type of moulding fixed horizontally to the wall around the perimeter of a room. The dado rail is traditionally part of the dado and, although the purpose of the dado is mainly aesthetic in modern homes, the dado rail still provides the wall with protection from furniture and other contact. Traditionall...
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Dado Rail

A horizontal moulding fixed to a wall to prevent the chair backs from damaging the decoration. Also known as a Chair Rail.
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Dado Rail

A wooden rail or molding that is fixed horizontally along a wall, usually about a third of the way up from the floor.
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Dado rail

Decorative and/ or functional rails, usually made from moulded timber, fitted traditionally to internal walls to protect them from damage by chairs.
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Dado rail

Decorative and/or functional rails, usually made from moulded timber, fitted traditionally to internal walls to protect them from damage by chairs.
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Dado Rail

Horizontal moulding part way up a wall
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Dado Rail

Horizontal moulding positioned part way up a wall.
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