Mouldings

Mouldings are the string that ties the style of the home or commercial project together. It forms the room to room consistency that defines the architectural design of the home or office. Our restoration mouldings link with the traditions of the past and the newer profiles provide for innovations of the future. We use the finest of woods run one piece at a time, for the best quality attainable.
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Back Bands

Back bands are applied to the back edge of a casing. This stacking of profiles gives additional depth, shape and definition. They also allow use of thicker base profiles.

Bar Rails

Bar rails will add a beautiful detail to your home or commercial entertainment space. When installed at a downward angle they form comfortable armrests. They will enhance your coffee bar or home pub. Combine them with metal foot rails to complete the look.

Base Caps / Base Shoes

Base caps, like back bands give added depth to base profiles. When placed on the top edge of a base they lend added definition and style. Shoe mouldings are used to give smooth transitions between base and floors, covering small inconsistencies in hardwood and tile floors. They also lend depth to the base mouldings.

Base Mouldings

Baseboards cover the joint where the walls meet the floors. These profiles match the case mouldings. These matching profiles help maintain a constant design throughout the home. Think about what will look the best in the entire house, not just one room.

Bed Mouldings & Head Crown

Head crowns & bed mouldings are used as an added detail at the top of doors and windows giving the casing added depth and a capping, decorative element.

Case Mouldings

These cover the openings that doors and windows have been installed into. They lay flat on the wall and make for seamless installations. Typically wide casing looks better in large rooms and surrounding tall doors and windows. They give normally flat surfaces, shape, definition and style.

Chair Rails & Battens

Chair rails form a band around a room, typically in the lower third of the wall. They protect the walls from being scratched by chair backs. They are also used to form a break between different types of wall coverings.

Corners

Used to cap outside corners on walls and steps. Often incorporated into furniture & cabinetry for the finished detail. Radius base corners continue the base profile around a radius drywall.

Cove

Cove mouldings describe the general shape of these profiles rather than their use. Small coves are used as inside corner trim in many applications. The larger coves are used as crown details at the intersection of the wall and ceiling. These shapes are typically used in design settings where a clean, simple, more modern style is desired.

Crown Mouldings

These mouldings are installed where the walls meet the ceilings. They are a great way to add aesthetic value to a room or entire home. They can make a room feel bigger, richer and more inviting.

Doors & Window Components

These mouldings are used in the manufacture and installation of doors and windows. The jambs are used to surround doors, windows or cased openings. Stops are used on jambs to hold in a window or halt the swing of a door. Brick mould and drip caps are typically used outside to form tight seals on the openings. T-astragals are used in between double door units and mullions are used as divisions in multiple glass installations.

Handrails

Handrails must achieve optimum functionality. While their primary use is to provide stability and support when walking on stairs they need not forsake design. When combined with attractive balusters and newels, they can make elegant focal points in a home staircase or commercial installation. Manufactured to form into curves and blend with continuous fittings they can be used as natural wood accents in painted finishes.

Miscellaneous

Panel Mouldings

Panel mouldings are used to add additional detail to inside and outside corners and edges of doors, beams, wall paneling, cabinets and wainscott. That added detail is what makes the difference in the finished project.

Paneling

Paneling is used to vary the colors and textures of walls and ceilings. They are joined at the edges with tongues & grooves or lap joints. Face details include V edges, bead boards of various widths or square grooves faces. It can be run for a painted finish or in solid woods to add warmth to a room. Antique reclaimed woods are also used to impart a specific design statement.

Picture Mouldings

Picture mouldings are similar to chair rail but high up on the wall. They would traditionally serve the function of holding hooks to hang pictures from an attached wire, where nails would cause damage to plaster walls. In today’s homes they provide additional detail on tall walls or used to hide uplighting.

Rosettes, Plinths & Headblocks

Rosettes are decorative blocks in the upper corners of windows, doors & mantels. Plinths are installed at lower end of door casings where the base intersects. Both rosettes and plinths are thicker than the intersecting base or case for ease of installation.

Rounds

Rounds are used as handrails and caps on iron details. Additionally they are used for furniture and cabinet details and hardwood closet rods.

Sills & Aprons

Window sills form a ledge at the bottom edge of a window. It forms a platform for the lower end of the casing. Apron is a piece of casing used under the sill for support.

Wainscott Caps

Mouldings are the string that ties the style of the home or commercial project together. It forms the room to room consistency that defines the architectural design of the home or office. Our restoration mouldings link with the traditions of the past and the newer profiles provide for innovations of the future. We use the finest of woods run one piece at a time, for the best quality attainable.

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