Mouldings, sometime spelled moldings, are decorative features that enhance the style and visual appeal of a building’s interior and exterior. Polyurethane mouldings are a popular choice because they are available in a range of shapes and sizes and are long-lasting. Common types include crown/cornice, casing, chair rail, baseboard, and panel moulding. Crown moulding and cornice are terms used interchangeably. Crowns serve to finish the area where the ceiling meets the wall, adding a formal touch to rooms. Exterior cornices adorn the top or under the eaves of a building. Casings are used to trim door and window openings, creating a polished look while concealing gaps or imperfections. Chair rails are installed horizontally around a room and often paired with panel moulding to create patterns and texture on walls. Architectural mouldings offer versatility, and their use is only limited by one’s imagination, making them a sophisticated way to enhance the character and style of any building.
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