The final details are what really smothered a work and give a change to entire environment, so adding the mouldings are the most important part of this case. Mostly, mouldings are available in wood or plaster, used as simple outlines or imitating the work of ancient castles of Versailles. With regard to style, colorful mouldings enhance the beauty of wipe bulbs, rails or fire alarm. It should not be swayed by fantasy and choose the molding according to the type of decoration or style of the house.
- Polyurethane moldings – Anyone with a little skill can place the polyurethane moldings by using special glue. It supports only the acrylic paint, it is resistant and can be reused, but it is the most expensive.
- Wood moldings can be painted in different colors, are available in different sizes and styles depending on what you want them to, such as doors, top shelf, echos, of fabric-covered walls, wall corner. But the down side is that wood moulding can be stained quickly.
- The plaster moldings are cheaper and allow any finish. The plaster mouldings are also used to hide the connection between door frames or windows and wooden centers walls. Specifically decorative moldings that are placed between the walls, ceiling and interior wall corners. They serve to hide the imperfections of the joints and soften the transition between the planes or different building materials.
Baseboards are used to finish the area between the walls and floor. Protect the walls of the kicks, shocks and furniture. They give a greater feeling despite better finish.
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Coving are used to hide the joint between plates or panels, which is very difficult to prevent cracks from occurring. Besides serving as a decoration on the furniture. The important thing is to choose wisely because a poorly chosen shot or decorative molding can ruin the rest of the decor of the house.
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