What is a molding profile?

Usually a wide board that is used for hiding any unevenness in the transition where the wall meets the floor. Click HERE for a printable PDF of more bases examples. More Casings- The decorative wood moulding that frames either a door or a window to hide the transition where the wall meets a window or door.

What are the four most popular Moulding profiles?

Top 10 Standard Moulding Profiles

  • Door frame moulding profile.
  • Subtle crown moulding profile.
  • Chair rail moulding profile.

What is edge molding?

Cabinet edge molding refers to any molding that adorns a cabinet edge, such as crown, light rail and shelf molding. Typically, it’s made of wood, plaster or some other engineered material.

What does OG molding look like?

An ogee molding is an s-shaped profile consisting of two tangent radii semicircular arcs. Ogees have both the cyma recta and cyma reversa; these types of profiles get flanked by vertical and horizontal line segments, known as fillets.

What is Backband trim used for?

Backband. Backband moldings are used in conjunction with Casing or Baseboard to create a wide variety of trim options for windows and doors.

Should baseboards match door trim color?

Painting all window and door trim, crown molding and baseboards the same colour provides consistency, but is not a rule. For example, only black baseboards will anchor a room while having only black crown moulding will frame the ceiling and draw your eye up. Similarly, door casings and doors don’t have to match.

Is Crown Moulding still popular?

While crown molding is still a popular look, avoid it in these types of rooms as it may make the space look too busy.

What do you do with old trim?

There’s one thing you do have to worry about, however, with old trim — lead paint. One recommended method of lead abatement is to remove the source — in this case the trim — and start over with new unpainted trim. If the trim is just too valuable to throw out, you can remove the paint, with the right precautions.

What is curved molding?

4 letter answer(s) to curved molding OGEE. a molding that (in section) has the shape of an S with the convex part above and the concave part below.

What is the ogee curve?

The Ogee curve is a double S-shaped curvature along the cheeks that gives the face contour and dimension. It is best appreciated when looking at a patient’s cheek from a 45 ° angle. Younger women have a wide and extensive Ogee curve, which enhances their appearance and gives the upper and mid-face fullness and width.