Wood Moulding in Many Styles
We have built up our place in the market to supply builders, renovators and homeowners with solutions that will add the right finishing touches to their project. Often times people will underestimate the power of trim and moulding in a home when the truth is that there are styles that accommodate every interior design style and will last for years to come.
For most, when they think of trim they think of baseboards which often get worn down or need to be replaced once flooring is done. Baseboard is one area of trim that goes where the wall meets the floor and is in almost every home in Canada. If you are a homeowner in need of some baseboard check out our many styles to see which is right for your home. In addition to baseboard we have casing. Casing is the trim that outlines a doorway or a window. This is typically ordered to match the style of the baseboard but it is different as it comes in a reduced thickness. Crown moulding is the opposite of baseboard as it resides where the walls meet the ceiling. Crown moulding has been around for centuries and continues to make it’s way into modern design as a way to add height and accent to the ceiling. Crown moulding is also commonly used at the top of cabinetry in a kitchen, laundry room, or closet as a way for the cabinets to meet the ceiling while remaining entirely functional. Backband is another form of trim you will find most commonly paired with casing around a doorway or window opening.
Backband is another form of trim you will find most commonly paired with casing around a doorway or window opening. Backband is functional while providing another layer of detail to the trim around an opening in the wall. Architrave has been around for centuries and was most commonly found above 2 pillars of stone or cement. Architrave as Riverside Millwork Group supplies is used typically for above doorways to add more design above the doorway and often times it helps to create the illusion of taller than reality ceilings. Door stop does exactly what you think it does, it stops a door from continuing to swing through a doorway. Doorstop can be used n two ways however It can be used in the doorway or it can be used on top of baseboards which is then commonly referred to as shoe mould.