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Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Renovation
Ideabooks4,444
Questions9
casing is square base with a back band
I like how wide the casing is...Door Casing...simple casing...Door casing....casings and backbands...doorway casing...simple and elegant casing...Window casing...casing and casing info
“case molding add pediment” — cssnms
Greener Lives LLC
3 Reviews
A Small Green Home
Ideabooks612
Questions2
casing for wailes...casing example...case base...White casing example...third casing...clean door casing...door casing, tall baseboard...Simple door casing/trim...door casing...Door casing, simple and easy...Door casing & baseboards
“door casing” — ylroth
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks4,750
Questions8
Excellent trim detail. Can you tell me what profiles were used on the door casing and on the baseboards? Thanks.
How wide is the casing? Is it the same style as what's on the floor?
the casing and the size of the doorway, the
staircase was taken out and replaced with sturdy oak. Some of the original door casings didn't quite fit with the new, clean look of the home, so those were replaced
You may find that you want to treat the sides and top of a cased opening the same. So you'll take the same profile that's used on the sides
sides, or jambs, and run that all around the opening. In this example, a cased opening is created by using the same trim on the sides and on the top of
size casing on sides and top
“molding” — Whitney Wohler_Lounsbury
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks10,543
Questions17
What size of casing is used on these doors? I am looking for the width and thickness of the boards used to make this casing. Thanks,
This is all flat casing with 5 1/2" head casing and 4 1/4" side casing. The head is typically biscuit jointed to the side casings, glued and screwed
painted. The bookcase on the right side of the hallway does have a head casing which is on the wall/beam, but it doesn't go up to the break in the ceiling
Hello, Typically our builders like to butt the joints for window and door casings, but they do use a biscuit to help keep the joint stable. I wouldn't call
These are flush 4 1/2" side and 5 1/2" head casings -- flush with the baseboard too (7/14"). They are from 1x poplar which
“Doors and trim work” — cssnms
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Renovation
Ideabooks6,145
Questions9
Where did you get this casing? Did you use plain casing and then add an edge band?add an edge band?
Beautiful design. The window and door casings can also be achieved by adding a backband (see our KB197 profile) to flat
See questions for details. The casing is a flat 1x6 with 1"
I love the casing around the doors....casing and board and batten for foyer
“Wayne's cott” — 0420skunk
Texas Construction Company
Travis Heights Residence
Ideabooks4,767
Questions7
What did you use for the door casing and trim?
like base and casing around door
Door casing and trim...block at bottom of casing...Door casing...Door casing and trim...simple casing and base board...simple door casing
“molding around the entrance” — tpsyllos
Parker Stuckey Residential
A Traditional Kitchen for an Ever Growing Family
Ideabooks1,409
Questions7
I like this window casings, maybe just a little
love the window casing...wall case...Casing, stools, and architraves...Window casing...window casings
“Casing” — hburns4151
Peake Design & Construction
4 Reviews
Peake Design & Construction
Ideabooks459
Questions1
What is that door casing on each side of doorway? I really like how simple it is
- side casing: 1" x 4" - top casing: 1 7/16" x 7 1/4" - top casing trim: craftsman header 11/16" x 1 /3/4" The material side and top casing material
the casing, the door jamb and the door stop which provides depth and a nice look for this style of trim. also consider whether you want the casing/trim
be MDF or Poplar or Pine (consider what your budget allows) but the top casing trim should be a solid wood such as poplar since it has mitered corners
m to have square edges or slightly rounded edges The name of the top casing trim can vary depending on the supplier/manufacturer of the molding you purchase
“Door Casing” — ajc94
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