Introduction Of Typical Wood Mouldings

Moulding is an inexpensive way to create value and beauty to your home. There are many styles and  different kinds of materials to choose from, from the traditional style wooden  moulding to the modern and sophisticated styling of crown and accent moulding.



Here will introduce several typical mouldings series for reference:


Architrave: Moulding installed high above a window to add grandeur; also helps disguise miter lines


Baseboard: also be named as wall base, this moulding is applied around the lower perimeter of the room along a finished floor


Casing: Trim used around door and window openings. Exterior casing trims be used in the exterior of windows and doors. Interior casing trims the interior perimeters of windows and doors


Crown Moulding: Also called cornice moulding, it’s used to cover the intersection where the walls and the ceiling meet, usually over a large angle. Crown moulding is always installed sprung (angled)


Doorjamb: The part of a doorframe that surrounds and contacts the edges of the stiles and top rail of a door


Full Rounds: Rod-shaped millwork used as closet poles, curtain rods or towel bars


Jamb: A vertical perimeter frame of a window or door. The most common size for interior use is 1-1/16 inches thick by 4-9/16 inches wide


Quarter Round: Moulding that’s one-fourth of a full circle rod and may be used as a base shoe or inside-corner moulding


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