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Colonial crown molding

In a plain vanilla colonial or neo-colonial style house or commercial building it oftentimes pays large dividends to contribute a few relatively minor improvements in visuals such as a colonial crown molding. Originally, crown moldings were either carved from wood or intricately cast from plaster. Both involved extremely skilled artisans, who are difficult to find or afford in this day and age. Our colonial crown molding is cast from molds based on real original wood carvings. You can look at them closely and easily observe small wood grain indications. So they appear very authentic. They are, however, cast in resin. That helps us keep them affordable and also easy to work with since they are able to be screwed, glued, or nailed just like wood.

Colonial trim molding

The unyielding stiffness of traditional colonial trim molding can be difficult to work with. Our colonial trim molding has an element of flexibility to it that varies according to the thickness and height. This is an excellent choice when attempting to negotiate curves or irregular surfaces. And unless you possess x-ray vision there is no way to tell that underneath the paint the product is affordable cast resin.

Colonial molding dimensions

As you look through the closeup pictures you'll notice that many of the backgrounds are black with white squares. This is intentionally photographed this way to help you achieve an idea of scale. Each one of those squares is one inch. A simple glance at a picture can give you the dimensions quickly and easily. It is a good to cut out paper in those dimensions and tape them to the surface where you plan to put them in order to get an idea of scale.