InvitingHome.com is launching a new collection of sculpted wood moldings.
Molding from this collection is made from premium grade poplar wood with high relief designs
sculpted from a wood composite material that has the same density of wood and
cannot be differentiated from the wood itself once painted or stained. The
affordable prices makes getting a sophisticated look does not have to cost
you a fortune.
The sculpted wood molding collection has many designs to choose from so that
you can easily choose what fits your style and minimize the need for
compromise. Choose from many of the crown moldings, friezes, chair rails, or
panel moldings that are included in this collection.
You can easily match different types of moldings with complementary designs.
If you fall in love with a crown molding and you also need a chair rail,
there is no need for your design to look disjointed: just look at the chair
rail collection and you are bound to find something that will intrigue you
and look great with your first choice of molding. Many designs are also
available in multiple sizes so that a design that you love will fit into
rooms of different sizes, not overpowering small rooms or disappearing in
Like many of the wood molding and
other carved wood products designs on our website, the
architectural details on the sculpted moldings stem from many ancient
designs. The Modesto molding takes the autumn harvest motif ideas from the
Italian Renascence period. The design was used in the Baptistery in
Florence. The egg-and-dart molding design originated in Greece. It was used
to adorn capitals that were used in the interiors and exteriors of palaces
and other architecture.
The molding designs that have been adorning palaces and great temples for
centuries can beautify your home today. The amazing classical designs in a
modern light will bring elegance while still going together with your design
The great thing about this
luxury wood molding is that it looks great whether you paint
it or stain it. If your design calls for a painted molding than you just
prime and paint the molding. If stained molding is the look that you were
going for, apply thin coats of your favorite stain until you reach the
desired look. Either way, the molding will look great and cohesive.
The look of the sculpted molding is not the only reason to get it: the
instillation is a snap as well. All you have to do is measure the room and
get the right amount of molding, than install it with liquid nails and
reinforce each strip with 2-3 molding nails nailed into the wall stud.
Our new molding collection makes it fun, easy, and affordable to create your
new look and to enjoy it.