Exterior mouldings can add curb appeal, character, and a unique flair to your home. Decorative exterior trim such as gingerbreads, shutters, beams, braces, eaves, casing, crown, medallions, and more can add style and individuality to your home.
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Exterior details - columns, mouldings, deck rails, rooflines, eaves, porches - should all include characteristics that mirror the foundational architectural details on your home. From Craftsman to Traditional styles, exterior columns provide architectural character and style to any home. At a glance, many exterior columns may seem similar. However, there are big differences in the design, size, design, and construction of most exterior columns.
The paint trend for 2012 seems to be bedded in earthtones, but with all the colors to choose from it’s nearly impossible to choose just one. Well if you are looking for a little help getting started here are our favorite colors for 2012 from Sherwin Williams.
At the turn of the century, when immigrants were quickly moving west to stake their claims on rich farmland and an opportunity to make a new life in America, Minnesota lumber mills were working around the clock to produce timbers needed for new homes, big and small. The bankers, lawyers, iron, lumber and railroad barons whose travels had taken them to Europe and beyond built homes in the prevailing styles of the day.
As we said last week, it is time to dig out your work gloves and get a start on your outdoor projects. Have you thought about what projects you would like to tackle this summer? What could you do to freshen up the exterior of your home? Let’s look at a few different aspects of your home’s exterior that can had curb appeal and value with a little sprucing up.
Its spring which mean's its time to get started on your outdoor projects! What projects do you have lined up this year?
What makes your house unique? Can you add new life to your rooms with mouldings? Mouldings such as base, casing, crown, and more can add style and individuality to your home.
Today’s topic is regarding door and window toppers for the interior of any home. Toppers are a build-up of moulding components used above doors and windows which can significantly and economically improve the overall appearance of the interior millwork in a home.
Now that you’ve seen examples of traditional mouldings, it’s time to compare and contrast with a more contemporary look. If your style falls somewhere in between, that’s o.k. too. There are many options to suit varying design concepts.
Last week we talked about the various parts and pieces called mouldings. This week we’re going to look more closely at the profile or cut of each of those pieces to determine what style home they’d look best within. To illustrate the detail we’re going to compare two drastically different rooms and the mouldings that have been used to provide such different effects.
Mouldings add character and individuality to your room. Used to add décor, soften, and enhance floor to wall or wall to ceiling breaks, or cover window and door seams, mouldings add the perfect finishing touch.
Who is your favorite character from a recent book or movie? Think about them. What made them so memorable or interesting? Was it the fact that they looked and acted like everyone else? Or was is that they were specific and deliberate about everything they said or did?