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wall frame

[′wȯl ‚frām]
(building construction)

wall box, beam box, wall frame

1. A frame or box which is set into a brick, masonry, or stone wall to receive a timber beam or joist.
2. In electrical wiring, a metal box which is set in a wall for switches, receptacles, etc.
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The top edge of the front wall frame should extend less than half way up the thickness of the mattress and be fully rounded to protect your legs as you get into and out of bed.
Lay an 8-foot 1-by-2 on the longest stud on one of the end wall frames (built in the first installment) and position one end 3/4 inch (the smaller dimension of your 1-by-2) from the bottom edge of the end wall's bottom plate.
Test-fit the resulting roof frame on the wall frame, and mark where the rafters fit over the wall frame, as you'll need to cut notches there.
The three largest mass merchants, Wal-Mart, Kmart and Target, remain committed to the photo and wall frame category, suppliers said.
Vendors cite consumers' focus on the home for manufacturers' continued expansion into related home decor categories, such as wall frames, framed art, decorative mirrors and wall pieces.
RareWoods is launching five wall frame collections: PhotoCorners, finished in rosewood and black with white mats; Sequel, featuring shadowbox profiles in ebony and natural; Connectors, in three finishes with double white mats; Plantation, classic frames with textural bamboo mats; and Side Step, a flat profile frame in two finishes.
We showed Aaron Brothers the product and they ordered it," Julian said "They got us into the wall frame business.
110 m subsequently plastered built wall frames, inside.
Commercial projects include fabrication of storefronts, curtain wall frames, interior heavy glass, and heavy glass showers and entries.
Retailers that are merchandising photo frames with matching pieces, such as wall frames, mirrors, clocks, are seeing multiple sales," Aborn said.
An opening in the right-hand wall frames a view of Prague Castle.
A 26- by 88-inch opening in the angled front wall frames the wedge-shaped alcove, which provides storage for cook books, a telephone, and kitchen office paraphernalia, with room for a stool to fit below its tile counter.