It’s All in the Details
This post offers a stimulating and informative collection for adding a broad range of architectural details such as; Crown Moulding, Casing Moulding, Pilasters, Columns, Coffered Ceilings, Wall Panels, Wainscoting Beadboard and more.
Design by Rose Uniake – Beautiful architectural details.
Architectural details will make your home stand out and they will never go out of style. They offer timeless appeal and are a perfect backdrop to all decor styles, particularly contemporary.
Contemporary furnishings are often marketed in spaces with architectural details. The same is true for photographing today’s fashions. Everything looks great with a beautiful backdrop of architectural details.
Columns and Pilasters
Column is a particular kind of pillar with an identifiable shaft, base, and capital. Column Shafts are available in wood, resin, stone, fluted, smooth, tapered, rope, indoor and exterior options.
Lots of choices if you are involved in a custom project. Architectural Depot has it all.
The finest Corinthian capitals in the marketplace from Decorators Supply.
Love the accent painting on this Greek Ionic capital.
Lots of great looks for square columns. Less formal.
Palazzo Nasciaro Paul Golding Malta – As seen in House Beautiful view all images of this fabulous home here.
Pilasters frame the focal point fireplace and connect with the crown moulding.
Decorators Supply Design – View their Pilaster Capitals
Coffered and Tracery Ceilings
A coffered ceiling has sunken panels or recesses. You most often see this type of ceiling in kitchens, dining, living and family rooms and basements. Depending on the style of your home, your choice of materials ranges from weathered wood to metal.Coffered ceilings which are great for hiding beams, ducts, pipes, and wiring so they can become a practical detail for a basement remodels.
Very simple coffered ceiling design.
Tilton Coffered Ceiling System – Boxed Beam Coffered Ceiling System
Beautiful Tracery Ceiling Designs
Decorators Supply did all the magnificent work at The Palmer House in Chicago
Crown Moulding – Crown Moulding -Crown molding gives any room more character and provides a decorative transition point between the walls and the ceiling. Crown molding draws the eye upwards, creates length, and unifies a room’s space. When choosing materials, size and design, make sure you take into consideration your room’s dimensions and overall style, as well as the overall style of your home. You don’t want to use an oversized molding, as that will overwhelm a smaller room or one with lower ceilings. Nor do you want to use something too small in a larger room with higher ceilings.The most common materials for crown molding are wood, medium-density fiberboard (aka MDF), polyurethane and plaster. And then there are many different styles of molding which to choose. The style of your home will help you determine which one is the best option for you.
Standard Crown Moulding designs.
Just crown moulding.
Decorators Supply Moulding and Ornamentation
4. Casing Moulding
Fabulous window seat with casing moulding and wall panels.
Drue Heinz Interiors
Drue Heinz – One of my all time favorite “best dressed walls”
Wall Panels – Wainscoting, Board and Batten and Beadboard
Wall panels are my favorite. They offer endless possibilities.
High Gloss finish on these wall panels is beautiful.
Architectural Details look fabulous on these doors.
This beautiful design by Stephanie Croce, Head Designer for J.P. Weaver Company.
Check out these inspirational images for camouflaging doors with wall panels.
Wainscoting used to conceal the door.
Murphy Door Hardware and Kits– Shown here a door, casing and entablature.
Floor to ceiling board and batten wall designs.
Wainscoting Board and Batten Designs
Architectural Detail Accessories
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