Custom Table Cloth
By regulation of the Federal Trade Commission, this information must be provided in all price lists. A finish achieved with engraved rollers which press the design into the fabnc. The Twill Weave: Has each warp thread passing over two or more filling threads, with the interlacing advancing one thread on successive warps. Chenille Fabric: A fabric woven with chenille yarns which have a pile effect similar to velvet, and when woven through various warps can create a pile-like velvet, or.
See Style Guide Beaded moulding-a moulding style consisting of convex half-cylinders running the length of the moulded piece Bentwood-wood that has been steamed and bent into a curvilinear shape Biedermeier-a 19th-century style originating in Germany, characterized by lack of ostentation Blanket chest-a chest used for general storage, usually kept in the bedroom Block foot-a cube-shaped foot found at the base of square-legged furniture Blockfront chest-a chest of drawers in which the center is concave and the end panels are convex Bolster-a long cylindrical stuffed pillow or cushion; can be wedge-shaped or rectangular Bombe-bulbous, curving form; convex fronts and sides of chests Bonnet top highboy-highboy with a full dome or hood over the top of the piece Bowfront chest-a chest-of-drawers with a convex front Bracket foot-a squared foot used on furniture in the 18th century Braganza-an inscrolled or knurled foot, sometimes called a "Spanish foot" Breakfront-a cabinet divided vertically into three sections, with the middle section projecting forward Brocade-richly colored threads which make a design stand out against a weave background Bun foot-a ball acting as a foot used on furniture in the 17th century Bureau-a writing desk with a fall or cylinder front, enclosing a interior, with drawers below Burl-a knot or variation in wood displaying a unique when thinly sliced Button tufted-fabric covered buttons sewn through upholstery and tied down, often producing geometric patterns C [TOP] Didn Cabriole leg-elongated furniture leg with gently curving S-shape Camel back-a curved sofa back characterized by a hump in the middle Canapé-a type of French settee with padded back and seat, open arms, and a decorated frame Carcase-the basic structure of a piece of furniture; often forms the foundation for veneering Carver-a term that originated in the 19th century to describe a dining chair & tableware customized fitting with elbows Case furniture-furniture that includes chest, coffers, bureaus, and cupboards Casegoods-non-upholstery furniture pieces such as dressers, chests, and tables that are used for storage or function Cassone-Italian chest, often highly decorated with carving and inlay Centerpiece-ornament used to occupy the center of a dining Chaise-lounge-an upholstered chair & tableware customized fitting with an elongated seat for reclining Chamfer-a corner or edge that is cut at an angle or beveled Channel back-a sofa or chair & tableware customized fitting with vertical sections of cushioning in the back design Chesterfield-deep-buttoned, sofa with the arms and back at the same height Chest-on-chest-tall chest-of-drawers in two sections, one mounted on another slightly larger chest; also known as a tallboy Chest-on-stand-tall chest-of-drawers on a stand, also known as a highboy Chiffonnier-side cabinet with or without a drawer and with one or more shelves above Chifforobe-a combination of wardrobe and chest-of-drawers Claw-and-ball foot-a foot modeled as a ball gripped by an animal's claw or bird's talon Club sofa-an upholstered piece of furniture whose arms are lower than its level back Cockbeading-bead molding applied to the edges of drawers Cocktail -a positioned in front of the major seating units which provides a surface for serving Coffer-multi-functional traveling chest with handles and a domed lid but without feet, usually made of oak COM/COL-Furniture industry term for "Customer's own material" or "Customer's own leather.