Crown moulding is a popular building material that is commonly used as cornice moulding, or moulding that is used at the intersection of a wall and a ceiling. Crown moulding can add a luxurious touch to your home decor. It is generally a single piece moulding that is installed on the angle to the adjoining surface. It may also consist of several simple mouldings that are pieced together.
The use of crown moulding as a decorative element is beneficial because it softens angles and adds a subtle elegance to your home’s appearance. But it is essential to choose crown moulding made of the right size and material if you want it to complement the appearance of your home. If your crown moulding is too small or large in comparison to the rest of your home décor, it will look tacky.
Use custom crown moulding to ensure that it suits your home’s architectural style and design, as well as your personal tastes. You can paint or stain your crown moulding so that it matches other decorative elements in your home.
Where to Use Crown Moulding
Crown moulding can be used in the following ways:
• Around the ceiling
• Around windows
• Along the floor
• Around doors
• Along walls
• On walls
• Framing a bookcase
• Around a fireplace
• On a ceiling
Wainscoting, or wainscotting, is the paneling used to wainscot (pronounced wān-skōt) the lower third of an interior wall, just below the chair rail and above the baseboard or skirting. Dating back to the 14TH century, wainscoting was originally used to make rooms more comfortable by paneling the walls with wood to provide insulation; today, wainscoting makes rooms warm and inviting by providing aesthetically pleasing wall panels in various designs and hardwood selections.
Panel wainscoting is popular for its beauty, strength and durability. JK Crown Moulding offers a variety of elegant options to add style and sophistication to your estate, home, business or commercial venue. This time-honored paneling is ideal for applications such as foyers, living rooms, dining rooms, powder rooms, libraries, studies, corridors and offices.
All too often Baseboards are an afterthought. Many people do not take them into consideration when they renovate a home or install a new floor. The truth is, they play an integral part in the overall design and look of a room or a home.
Designed to draw attention upward, coffered ceilings will give your room a sense of symmetry and space like no other treatment. Ceiling coffers are typically a series of sunken square panels that extend across the entire ceiling, but there’s no rule that says they have to be a rectangular grid. With our expert designers, you can achieve any design you can imagine and wow your guests with a truly custom and unique look.
Coffered ceilings are suitable for any room in your home, but are typically installed in foyers, living rooms, dining rooms, and offices. No matter what your ceilings look like today, our custom coffers are certain to give them that little something extra.