Crown moldings are one of the architectural features that can really add value to your home. They add a visual presence that can make a home feel more upscale it adds a touch of elegance. Crown moldings made of wood come in hundreds of profiles and can be stained, painted, or left natural.
Crown molding: A decorative capping that defines the space between ceiling and wall. It is installed at an angle so that it attaches to both surfaces.
Cornices: The very top portion of the crown molding. Cornice and crown molding work together to create the trim’s profile.
Chair rail molding: Created to protect walls from damage from chair backs. this molding dissects the wall about 3 feet above the floor.
Wainscoting: Resembles a series of large empty frames placed above chair height or stretching from floor to ceiling.
Baseboard: Serves to protect the bottoms of walls from damage and acts as a connector for the wall and flooring. Shoe molding is sometimes installed at the bottom of the baseboard to hide any irregularities in the line of the floor.
Baseboard trim, or baseboard molding is the upscale and decorative trim that is installed where your floor meets the wall. The installation of base moldings eliminates any unsightly gaps between your drywall or sheetrock and the actual flooring material.
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Wainscoting is trim work installed in the area below a chair rail. There are numerous options available including raised panel, shadow box and beaded ceiling. Combined with a chair rail and baseboard, wainscoting creates a dramatic look to any room.
From traditional to modern styles, you’ll see that the designs perfectly match classic proportions to yield pleasing visual solutions.