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Custom mouldings can be milled or stock hardwood mouldings can be combined to create unique applications of lasting beauty and character.

Hardwood moulding can be applied to: home trim and woodwork, kitchen cabinets, bath cabinets, chair parts, table skirts, school and office furniture, bookcases, desks, massage tables. Imagine the endless possibilites for custom millwork, crown mouldings or trim.

Glossary of Mouldings and Applications:

Astragal Moulding

Astragal moulding can be used as a decorative element at the top or base of an architectural column or as framing molding on furntiure or woodwork. It is often used as a component of more complex moulding and is sometimes attached to one or both doors to close a gap. <Look at our Astragal Moulding Profiles>

Base Cap Moulding

Base Caps are used as an addition to regular baseboard moulding to create a finished and more complex architectural molding. <Look at our Base Cap Moulding Profiles>

Baseboard Moulding

Baseboard moulding is installed around the perimeter of a room where the walls meet the floor. Base boards fill in the gaps and uneven edges and help protect the walls from kicks and bumps. Visually, baseboards form a foundation for the room. Often many layers of moulding are used to create a decorative baseboard design. <Look at our Baseboard Moulding Profiles>

Baseboard Moulding

Beaded Inserts

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Casing

Casing is the wood trim or moulding applied to openings such as doors, windows and archways. Casings are used to cover the gap between the wall and the frame. Casings are the most visible trim or moulding and as such help define the character of a room. <Look at our Casing Profiles>

Chair Rail Moulding

Chair Rail moulding is attached to a wall about three feet from the floor. Chair rails are intended to protect walls from scuffs and dents from chair backs. Chair Rail molding creates a visual break between the top and bottom of a wall and is used as a beautiful, decorative accent. <Look at our Chair Rail Moulding Profiles>

Cove Moulding

Cove Moulding is a smaller, concave moulding used where walls and ceilings meet. They are often used as an inside corner guard or to hide joints. sometimes Cove Molding is used as a transitional moulding to a mantle or shelf and often in combintaion with other trim to create beautiful compound mouldings. <Look at our Cove Moulding Profiles>

Crown Moulding

Crown Moulding is ususally installed in the corner where the ceiling and wall meet. It is a transitional moulding used to fill gaps and uneven edges or just to add distinction to the room. The moulding can be as large as 15" depending on the style of the room. Mouldings can be combined to make a compound Crown Mold. <Look at our Crown Moulding Profiles>

Crown Moulding

Dentil Moulding

Dentil Moulding or Strips have a pattern of closely spaced blocks and spaces and are used as a decorative molding, especially in classic architecture. Dentil Moulding is often found around the base of Crown Moulds. <Look at our Dentil Moulding Profiles>

Door Jamb Moulding

A Door jamb is the exposed frame around a door from which the door is hinged. The trim also stops the door when it is shut. <Look at our Door Jamb Moulding Profiles>

Door Moulding

<Look at our Door Moulding Profiles>

Door Stop Moulding

A Door Stop is the trim that prevents the door from closing past the door jamb. The Door Stop molding is applied to one side of an interior door frame or the interior side of a transom or sidelite jamb. <Look at our Door Stop Moulding Profiles>

Hand Rails

Hand Rails are attached along a wall to be used as hand support along a stairwell or hallway. Hand Rails also provide protection for walls in high traffic areas. <Look at our Hand Rail Profiles>

Light Rails

<Look at our Light Rail Moulding Profiles>

Nosing

Nosing is the trim that creates the rounded edge of a stair tread. The finished moulding covers the edge of risers. <Look at our Nosing Profiles>

Picture Frame Moulding

Outside Corner Moulding

Outside Corner moulding is the trim that covers wall corners for beauty and protection. <Look at our Outside Corner Moulding Profiles>

Picture Frame Moulding

Picture Frame Moulding is a trim applied to a wall near the top of a ceiling. The top lip supports hooks to hang framed pictures or decorative plates. Picture Frame Molding adds a colonial or warm traditional feel to a room. <Look at our Picture Frame Moulding Profiles>

Planking

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Rope Moulding

Rope Moulding is a finishing trim with a decorative twisted pattern. Rope molding is often used in compound Crown Mouldings, on mitered cabinet doors and in amny creative, custom designs. <Look at our Rope Moulding Profiles>

Scribe Moulding

Scribe Moulding is a lightweight trim used to cover the seam where two surfaces meet on the same plane. <Look at our Scribe Moulding Profiles>

Shoe & Quarter Round Moulding

Shoe Molding is the bottom member of a balustrade and is the attachment point for the balusters on or near the floor line. <Look at our Shoe and Quarter Round Moulding Profiles>

Window Sills

Window Sill Moulding is installed below the window sash. Window Sills are sometimes called "window stools." Trim is often added under the Window Sill for a more decorative and finished look. <Look at our Window Sill Moulding Profiles>

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