What is furniture with curved legs called?
Cabriole refers to a popular furniture leg with the knee curving outward and the ankle curving inward terminating in an ornamental foot. It is commonly associated with Queen Anne and Chippendale styles of antique furniture along with and many reproduction pieces that combine various styles.
What is cabriole leg in furniture?
Cabriole leg, leg of a piece of furniture shaped in two curves—the upper one convex, the lower one concave. Its shape was based on the legs of certain four-footed animals.
What are curved legs called?
What Are Bow Legs? Bow legs (or genu varum) is when the legs curve outward at the knees while the feet and ankles touch.
Does a chair have feet or legs?
Think about the chairs in your home or office. Most probably have four straight legs, but some might have wheels or a swivel mechanism. The base of the chair is designed for its intended use.
How do you fix curved legs?
Exercise, stretching, strengthening, physical therapy, and vitamins will make your muscles and bones stronger but will not change the shape of the bones. The only way to truly change the shape of the legs is to break the bone and straighten it. This is an enduring, structural alteration.