What is colonial stop molding?

Answer When purchasing molding you might come across a style called Colonial stop molding. Despite the name, the product is still manufactured today and makes a nice alternative to other simpler types of ... Read More »

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What Is Colonial Stop Moulding?

Stop moulding is a little noticed but very important trim feature in your home. It is the moulding affixed to the top and sides of your door jambs that stops a closing door from swinging through th... Read More »

What's the difference between crown molding and cove molding?

Crown Molding usually consists of a 90 degree angle placed in the crease of wall and then cove molding usually is a plain design and and consists of about 1/2 inch thick and only contains the angle... Read More »

Homemade Plaster Molding and Ceiling Molding?

Homemade plaster molding or ceiling molding requires that you construct a mold. The mold can either be one for pouring or one where the plaster will manually be placed on a wall to match the existi... Read More »

What is colonial furniture?

Colonial style furniture is based on motifs that were popular during America's colonial period. While originally thought of as something of a frontier style, lacking the complex decorations of othe... Read More »