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Veranda Estate Homes & Interiors
8 Reviews
Entry to office off sunken foyer
I like the header on top of door casing
Casing for doors and windows. Like simpler casing along sides
nice casing and entry to office
door casing and frame
door casing...Door case trim...Door casings...casing style...Door Casing Idea...top casing
“casing” — kalenellert
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The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
13 Reviews
Farm Sink
Fabricator asking if I want square cuts to outline sink or angled. Your picture appears that the counters are cut square around the sink is that the case? Also white creamy floor tile w/soft grey veins, think marble on floor what should hardware be dark or light w/soapstone. What about light above sink
This is a 2-piece custom casing. Approximate size is 4 1/2" wide.
Having a nice, deep sill to place objects on is an advantage to casing a window
watch out for crown moulding with window casing
window casing, simple, nice lines, easy to clean.
Having a nice, deep sill to place objects on is an advantage to casing a window with distinct pieces. And the horizontal piece below the stool (shelf), called the apron, can be shaped and sized as you like. The stool
“Taps” — guppyfood
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Mill Valley
Window casing, bamboo roman courtain
Window casing and shelf
baseboard & case molding
Casing and shade...Window casing...casing molding...Clean base and case
“casing molding” — Victoria Reyna designs
Riverhouse Enfilade
Can you please tell me the casing and baseboard dimensions?
Yes, love the casings. Can you please let us know what type of casings were used?
Narrow door casings can look good too
base and casing combo. maybe 4" base and trim is either
Simple baseboard, casing
casing 2 1/4...casing detail...door casings...thin door casings...Baseboard casing...door casing...minimal door casing
“Door Trim / Baseboards” — addisonucla
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Love the display cases and how they exhibit the textiles
I like the floor and the two display cases!
nice display case under each light
love the display case
Gorgeous display cases...
trophy case...Display cases...Glass case...Glass cases...Nice display cases...display cases
“Columna de mi den” — Federico Richa
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
simple cased opening finished in stained wood
like the dark casing on the inside. maybe for family room areaa
Like the wood case openings. flush to the room.
I like the inside door casings in stained wood for our dining, den look
casings on doorways, no trim
door casing reflects light nicely
Stain trim at cased opening
cased opening...door casing...cased openings
“table” — anegrete
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Are the window casings miter or butt joints?
Looks like butt joints, but it's hard to tell. Is the casing 4" wide? Looks great.
Where can I get the lights above the book cases?
What is the reveal of the stool to the left and right of the casing, what is the depth of the stool, front to back, and what is the size of the apron below the stool? Thank you!
Hello, If you are referring to the window trim size - the side casings are 3 1/2" wide x 3/4" thick and the head casing is 5 1/2" tall x 3/4" thick. Hope that helps!
Flat casing. Like this one as an option too.
Uniform casing creates a uniform look for multiple windows in the same room.
“trim” — radlinski
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
What's the width of the casing trim and also the baseboard width?
How is the 1" bead added to the casing? Is it a separate piece or is it routed out of the 1x6? Thanks!
Casing molding if don't find something else
casing design with slight trim at edge
2. Skinny trim. Please don't settle for 3-inch baseboards and 2¼-inch casings. Trim has so much to offer and can really make a room special. Solution (shown): Think about different profiles and go for the larger sizes. Doing so will add a richness to your rooms that you didn't think was possible
“living” — Tracy Talu
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