Wood Panel Molding

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rope molding

small rope panel molding
small rope molding
Small Rope Panel Molding
wood molding BPM1679

1"H x 1/2"P x 7'9"L

list price: $42.00
your price: $33.60
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rope panel molding
Rope Panel Molding
wood molding BPM1676

2-1/8"H x 5/8"P x 7'9"L

list price: $51.00
your price: $40.80
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panel molding greek key
Greek Key Panel Molding
wood molding BPM1674

2-1/2"H x 5/8"P x 7'9"L

list price: $51.00
your price: $40.80
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providence panel molding
Providence Wood Panel Molding
wood panels BPM2090

2"H x 3/4"P x 7'6"L

list price: $51.00
your price: $40.80
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wood panels

Wood Panels

The gorgeous wood panel molding will add architectural details to the space. The room will easily look more structured and polished. The collection of poplar wood panel molding has a wide range of designs that can easily accommodate many design ideas. Whether you are looking for egg and dart or pearl designs, it can be easily found on our website.

With the choices of molding there will be no need to change your design to accommodate the style or the size of the panel wood molding. The wood panel molding is made from premium grade kiln poplar wood. The wood panel molding can be easily stained or painted depending on your design idea.

A popular way to use the panel molding is to make square or rectangular designs, one within the other. That way it will give more structure to the room and give it a lot more dimension. The walls will not look as bare, sterile, and flat as they would otherwise. Also, it is a great way to add texture to the walls in a sophisticated manner. You will find out soon enough that there is a way to make people envious of your walls.

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Designs of Wood Panel Molding

Many of the molding' designs are inspired by the ancient designs of the carving art. For example, the Culver Panel Molding is adorned with Roman Leaf design from the Romanesque architecture. The design became popular in the 11th century in the church of Saint-Gilles and continued into the 12th century with the Saint-Trophime semi-circular porch.

The grape vine motif found on the Ventura Panel Molding stems from the Decorative Gothic Period, late 13th and early 14th century. The Ventura-like design was used in the cornice in the Bishop Beckinson's shrine in the Wells Cathedral. The Egg-and-Dart panel molding design originated in Greece. The Egg-and-Dart trims were used to adorn capitals and were used in the form of an ovolo molding (convex molding).

The late French Renascence used a lot of repeating, intertwining flower patterns. It was used in the form of textiles in the Louis XVI period. The textiles were placed on the wall as trims are today. The elements have been adapted and captured in the Stanford panel molding with the running rose pattern.

The design on the Pensacola molding is reminiscent of the designs that were very popular in the Early Gothic Period. The designs usually featured a leaf or flower motifs that are usually with three leafs or three petals. The design was mostly featured in angular or swirling patterns. The patterns were usually made from natural elements such as oak or maple woods. The Early Gothic period designs take their roots from Sicilians and Arabian influences, but polishing the style in a sophisticated way with the French and English influences. Getting such sophistication is not supposed to be hard, so we don't make it hard for you.

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Installing Wood Panels

The instillation of the wood panels is as easy as thinking of your design. Before installing the wood panels, you should either pre-stain it or prime it. You can use liquid nails or adhesive and should be reinforced with molding nails by being nailed to the studs within the walls.

After you are done installing, you should putty the holes from the nails and than sand the wood putty down to make everything really smooth. than, you are ready to paint or stain it. The way to make sure that there would be no excess on the wall: you should use painter's tape on the wall right by the molding. Make sure to only apply thin coats and apply as many as you need to achieve the look you want. Applying thin coats eliminates bubbles, drips, and makes the molding dry faster. You will love the final design and the creative process to get to the final look.