Revit Chair Rail Profile families
Chair rail is interior moulding applied on the wall about 1/3 of the way up from the floor, paralleling any base or crown moulding, and encircling the room. Originally used to prevent chairs from damaging the walls, it’s now used more for decorative purposes. It can be made from more than one piece of moulding to build up the effect.
The numbers in our families are the cutter numbers used by the mill to make the millwork. Most chair rails are 2' to 3" high. The numbers indicate the style of the piece.
How to make Chair Rail Molding in Revit:
To create Chair Rail molding, use the Wall Sweep tool.
In a 3D or elevation view, click Architecture tab > Build panel > Wall drop-down > Wall: Sweep.
On the Properties palette, click Edit Type, or click Modify | Place Sweep tab > Properties panel > Type Properties.
In the Type Properties dialog, for Profile, select the desired Chair Rail Molding profile type.
Click Modify | Place Wall Sweep > Placement panel, and select the orientation of the wall sweep: Horizontal.
Place the cursor over the wall to highlight the wall sweep location. Click to place the wall sweep.