The term Segmental Corner in furniture refers to a corner that is divided into segments or sections, usually on a curved or arched shape. It is commonly found in cabinet or storage units where the corners are not a sharp 90-degree angle but have a softer, curved design.
On the other hand, the term Panel corner broken by curved lines describes a corner where a flat panel or surface is interrupted by curved lines. This can be seen on furniture pieces where the corners are not simply straight edges but are instead decorated with curved or scalloped lines, either carved or added as decorative details.
Both of these design features add visual interest and a decorative element to furniture, creating more unique and aesthetically pleasing corners.
Panel corner broken by curved lines.