Mouldings, Window and Door Casings, Trims and Baseboard
Truly “changing the shape of wood” is never more relevant than with mouldings. When a rough piece of lumber can be changed to a beautiful solid wood moulding as it passes through our machinery, and then be stained and finished to beautify your home, the transformation is magical.
Arts & Crafts
A traditional and well-loved architectural period also known as Craftsman Style spanning the turn of the 20th century. This style began as a reaction against the Industrial Revolution in an effort to promote the work of craftsmen and the handmade over the machine made.
– Arts & Crafts Style Trim 1
– Arts & Crafts Style Trim 2
Cabin Style Trim
With similarities to the Arts and Crafts style it is simplified in detail. The reduction in detail reflects a more basic style of architecture and provides a less formal and relaxed design esthetic.
– Cabin Style Trim
– Cabin Style Trim w Crown & Window Sill
– Cabin Style Trim W Window Sill, .375 Rounds
Classic Style Trim
With some details that harken back to the Victorian period this style of trim is not nearly as ornate. This design aesthetic would be seen in homes from 1920 through to the Mid Century Modern period beginning in the late 1940’s after World War 2.
– Classic Style Trim 1
– Classic Style Trim 2
Timber Homes Craftsman Trim
With similarities to the Arts and Crafts style it is simplified in detail. The reduction in detail with the addition of a heavier sill detail speaks to the simplicity of log or timber homes.
Victorian Style Trim
The lines of this style are simple but the details are ornate in terms of the mouldings used to create it. The 1800’s is when the Victorian style prevailed in large wood frame homes rich in architectural detail