A chair rail molding divides wall horizontally, usually about three feet above the floor. Chair-rail molding was originally designed
to prevent the tops of the chair backs from denting or marring the walls. For this reason chair-rail molding traditionally located about 30 to 33
inches above the floor and wrap around the perimeter of the room. Considered decorative by today's standards, chair rail molding adds a feeling of detail
and charm to the walls and lends continuality to a room by unifying it. The Frieze molding is a wide band, often ornamented with beautiful motifs, that
runs under the cornice or crown molding. A frieze molding can enliven your space with a signature theme.