Moulding is a decorative trim used to add distinctive style and detail to any room. Although many mouldings are designed for specific uses, most mouldings may be used in multiple applications. Moulding will add beauty and value to your property.
Wood mouldings have been an important architectural element since the first days of America to the present time in the construction of houses.
In colonial America, mouldings were most often produced at the construction site by joiners using hand planes. Many of the original designs and profiles have been retained in the standard mouldings produced by modern moulding plants.
Baseboards run along the wall at the floor, designed to hide the joint between the wall surface and the floor, and fits together with casing to finish off a room.
The base design can tie into the crown molding to bring the room together. Sizes and styles vary greatly.
Crowns are installed along the wall and the ceiling, at the top of the wall, it hides the joint between the wall and the ceiling.
Crown moldings are designed to be installed on an angle. It adds appeal and character while transitioning the ceiling to the wall.
Due to its beautiful grain and its magnificent quality this product is basically for stain finished. Mahogany molding can be stained into different finished colors as Cherry, Oak, Walnut, Maple, etc.
We can provide matching crown and base moldings, door and window casing, raised paneling, pocket and louvered doors to match area doors, and pilasters and jambs for cased openings. Attention to detail is reflected in every piece.