5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Paneled doors
- Plate rail
- Crown or bed moldings
- a A traditional door formed with stiles, rails, and panels
- b air conditioning (interchangeable terms)
- c A series of fan shaped joints that are used to connect drawer front and sides.
- d Trim placed where the wall and ceiling meet.
- e A narrow shelf for displaying plates
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- more than one type of wood is used on the exposed parts of the piece
- considerations such as where to locate and the functions of this room may all be tied into the planning of this space
- Pieces less than 100 years old, but are no longer made and highly valued because they are somewhat rare. They become antiques.
- Vast category that expands continually; its offered by hundreds of manufacturers worldwide; quality and design integrity of new furniture vary (why design scrutiny, warranties, and quality checks important)
- chemical dyes are used to give the leather a deeply saturated color
5 True/False Questions
Doorjamb → The vertical piece forming the side of a door frame.
Straight-line groupings → A stairway that has no turns
Energy guide label → the Energy Guide Label from the Federal Trade Commission is to appear on all appliances so the consumer may compare energy usage and associated costs.
Framing plans → the finished product that indicates specific and exact placement of walls and systems within the home. drawn to scale, consist of symbols that make the plan understandable.
Suspending ceilings → A ceiling with exposed beams or trusses