Explore and learn about different moulding and trim options
Crown moulding is versatile. Designed to sit at an angle between the wall and ceiling, it can be used as part of the mantel on a fireplace surround, integrated into the architrave or header over a door or window, or to encase the top of a column.
The right baseboards act as an anchor for your room’s design elements. They create a smooth transition from the floor to the wall, guiding you seamlessly throughout the home. Working in harmony with your door and window casings, they should be slightly thinner than your casing for a proper reveal.
From simple to statement-making, casing offers a wide range of style options to define your spaces. Covering the gap between drywall and the door or window frame, casing is used as a framing element to accentuate a room’s openings.
With its rustic charm, it’s easy to see why shiplap is a popular choice for home renovations. In interior design, shiplap is a style of wall siding characterized by long planks. They are mounted horizontally or vertically with a slight gap between.
Shoe moulding (also called base shoe) delivers a touch of style and sophistication to baseboards. They're primarily used to trim flooring materials and are often used in combination with a traditional baseboard to conceal gaps between the floor and the baseboard.
Chair rail creates a beautiful room accent that’s practical, yet decorative. Applied to a wall anywhere from 24 to 72 inches up from the floor, they can be used to protect the wall from scuffs and dents from the backs of chairs. The chair rail runs along the wall, parallel with the baseboard and is often paired with a wainscot treatment.
Architraves add height and grandeur to any space. Also referred to as a header or pediment, they’re used to accent the top of a doorway, window or opening, reducing miter lines, and elevating your look. Architraves can make rooms feel more spacious and elegant.
Ceiling mouldings such as crown help add dimension and character to an often overlooked "fifth wall" of a room. They can help establish a specific design style throughout the home or be used to enhance distinct spaces like kitchens or bedrooms.
Door & Window Mouldings
Windows and doors are often one of the first things noticed when walking into a home. Door and window moulding not only covers any gaps between the walls and frames, they also take them from functional to beautiful.
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Base & Floor Mouldings
Base mouldings are installed at the bottom of the wall where it meets the floor and can be used for both decorative and functional applications. This includes baseboards, base cap and base shoe. Floor mouldings are used in conjunction with flooring, such as thresholds and spline.
Wall & Ceiling Treatments
Wall and ceiling treatments are an excellent way to add warmth and dimension to a room or space. They contribute to the impact of other wall décor elements or can be built-in artwork on their own. Explore endless options with Shiplap, Wainscot, Panel Mould, Batten and more.
Multi Purpose Mouldings & Boards
Multi purpose mouldings & boards are versatile for use in building shelves, furniture, shadow boxes and other wood-based projects or crafts or to add a decorative element to your space.
Beyond providing structural support, stairs can be a main focal point of your home and a place where you can really showcase your design style.
From covering a gap to creating an upgraded transition between mouldings, blocks have many uses. Traditionally found in Victorian architecture, moulding blocks can also be used as decor for non-traditional uses.
Sheets, boards and panels made from wood based materials are used in an array of construction or woodworking projects.
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