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Guide to Molding

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Guide to Molding is a site dedicated to helping you find the best possible Molding for any project. We highly respect our customers and will work our hardest to do or get anything for you or your business. You will find that most moldings can be purchased ready to be either painted or stained, depending on the material which was used to make the moldings. Installing molding can be an interesting do-it-yourself project.

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Molding is an angled trim that is typically used to decorate where walls and ceilings meet. This decorative trim has been in existence for centuries and continues to be popular today, as people strive to add details and texture to the rooms in their homes. Traditionally, molding was made out of plaster, but today it also comes in wood, resin, and urethane.

Typically, when you have higher ceilings, you can use more molding. Adding a sculpted trim can add an elegant touch to your room. Crown molding can dress up a room by providing contrast or match to the color on the walls. Imagine a pale yellow colored room with deep cherry wood molding to frame the walls and door. You can also choose molding that matches your ceiling medallion, furniture, or fabric colors. Molding can give a room a more finished or dramatic look than a room that does not have any contrasting trim or decoration near the ceilings.

Since molding has become popular again in home decorating, manufacturers have developed faux wood textures that are easier to work with. These newer moldings are made of high-quality foams and polymers. They are lighter and easier to handle than solid wood molding. The corners do not have to be mitered, as these moldings come with decorative corner pieces. Additionally, faux finish molding is not as sensitive to heat, cold, and other climate changes that age natural woods, so you don’t have to worry about maintenance. Finally, these synthetic wood moldings usually cost less than actual wood allowing you can accent your walls without spending a lot of money.


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