Molding Picture Gallery

jgsmteach says:
how can I see molding size
how can I see molding size

When you visit a lumberyard or home center, you'll find hundreds of molding profiles to chose from. Don't be fooled by the molding names. For example, base cap was first milled to rest on top of baseboards, but it makes an excellent chair rail when teamed with a flat board. And you'll find many multi-element crown treatments that incorporate chair rail.

Red oak hardwood examples are shown here; you'll also find two softwood varieties -- stain grade (jointless) and paint grade, which has finger joints you'll conceal with paint. Where applicable, an HWM code is shown; this identifies a standard hardwood profile milled by members of the Wood Moulding & Millwork Producers Association. (WM denotes a softwood molding.) Some profiles don't have a standard designation.

Top Row: Quarter-Round Moldings
Middle Row: Crown Moldings
Bottom Row, Left: Half-Round Molding
Bottom Row, Right: Cove Moldings

Top Row: Corner Moldings
2nd Row, Left: Back Band
2nd Row, Right: Stool Molding
Bottom Rows: Bevel Casing

Top Row, Left: Stop Moldings
Top Row, Right: Astragal
Bottom Rows, Left: Ben Moldings
Bottom Rows, Right: Panel Moldings

Top Row, Left: Base Moldings
Top Row, Right: Base Cap
Middle Row, Left: Picture-Hanger Molding
Middle Row, Center: Lattice Molding
Middle Row, Right: Lip Molding
Bottom Row, Left: Balluster Molding
Bottom Row, Center: Shoe Molding
Bottom Row, Right: Mull Molding


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how can I see molding size

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