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Molding and Millwork

Architectural details add personality to a home. The character that people often desire isn’t necessarily in the decor, but in the architecture itself. Accents such as molding and baseboards make a space feel finished, while paneling and appliques give a sense of dimension. Supporting elements, like columns and corbels, help homes feel stable and grand. If you're aiming for character, the architectural details below will help achieve it.

Molding and Millwork: Crown molding, baseboard moulding, window trim and chair rails are all architectural elements that hide joints where materials — such as walls, ceilings and floors — intersect.

Wall Panels: Wainscoting, beadboard and other decorative wall panels are designed to break up the typically empty space of walls with texture and architectural interest.

Capitals and Columns: A column or pilaster will instantly add a sense of importance and stability to a space. Capitals and finials provide finishing touches to the tops of posts and columns.

Corbels: These supportive pieces help hold up shelves, countertops and mantels, as well as add architectural detail to doorways and thresholds.

Onlays and Appliques: Serving as decorative architectural details, onlays and appliques are applied to flat surfaces, such as walls and furniture, as embellishment.
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