Crown Moulding Design Ideas
Crown moulding is a visual treat that lends a finished appearance to interior design projects. There are so many different design profiles of this moulding style on the market that finding one that helps you achieve exactly the look you want may be easier than you think. But if you need design inspiration, take a look at banquet halls, ballrooms, or fine restaurants, places where crown moulding is often used to stunning effect. No doubt you’ll see that wood is their preferred moulding material. That’s because wood offers a warmth and charm that other materials can’t quite match.
Beyond the moulding material, the design profile that you choose should depend on your project’s overarching design. So, for instance, if you want to add old-house charm to your living space, trimming your ceiling with crown moulding in classic styles such as Georgian, Federal, or Colonial Revival would be ideal. If you want to add volume to a low ceiling, opt for crown moulding with simple, elegant beading that will draw the eye without overwhelming the room. For an open-plan kitchen and dining room, a minimalist look with a simple flourish, like what you’ll find in Early American crown moulding, goes a long way toward preserving the open feel of your living space.
Classic Mouldings is Your Perfect Design Partner
At Classic Mouldings, we craft architectural woodwork that’s suitable for commercial and residential projects of all kinds, from public libraries to upscale apartments. We can offer a crown moulding in a range of wood species, including soft maple, white oak, poplar, and American cherry, just to name a few. And all of our moulding styles can be painted or stained to suit your project’s aesthetic.
To help you find the crown moulding that will accomplish your design goals perfectly, we offer a comprehensive catalog of options. If you prefer to design your own moulding, however, that’s not a problem. Simply send us a sketch of your design idea. Our highly skilled craftsmen will promptly get to work creating it for you.
For more information about the crown moulding we offer, or to learn more about our custom millwork services, contact Classic Mouldings today.