The term Dutch foot in furniture refers to a type of carved foot or leg on various styles of case furniture, such as cabinets, chests, or tables. The Dutch foot is characterized by a bulbous or carved swelling at the base of the leg, often tapering down to a smaller foot or terminal. It is a decorative element inspired by Dutch furniture design from the 17th and 18th centuries. The Dutch foot adds elegance and visual interest to the furniture piece, showcasing intricate craftsmanship. A club foot. Variations: the elongated foot, the angular foot, and the grooved foot.