About Mouldings

Blocks

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.

Baseboard Corner

Baseboard corner blocks are used where base mouldings meet at a corner both as decorative element as well as an alternative option for difficult miter cuts or for radiused walls.

Crown Corner

Crown corner blocks are used with crown moulding as both a decorative element as well as an alternative option for difficult miter cuts.

Plinth Block

A plinth block is a decorative moulding block installed at the bottom of a casing. A plinth block is usually thicker than a casing, and can help to enhance the appearance of casing.

Rosette

A rosette is a raised decorative wood block and usually has a design in the center. Rosettes are used at the intersection of two materials (typically at the corner between two casings), forming a decorative border.
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