The term "dado" can be traced back to the time of Solomon, the son of King David, the kingdom of Israel, 970 BC to 930 BC. Solomon inherited David's throne built a temple for the Supreme God. The main body of the temple was built by rock, the interior was covered with superior cedars without exposing any stone. He called it "wall guard".
Therefore, the dado is a modern product, but has a very far-reaching cultural history significance. The dado has good thermostability noise reduction, which only can effectively protect the building wall, but also has excellent decoration, covering the original uneven stone wall on the back of the dado. with the development of the times, the design of the dado is more diversified. Therefore, the dado has always been loved by nobles.