Since we’re matching the trim molding found on the original 1926 Kuppersmith Project house, cutting and attaching the dozen different pieces required for each window and door facing is a labor intensive task. Watch this video to find out more.
After the drywall had been hung and finished in my restoration of the Kuppersmith Project house, our carpenters began installing the hundreds of feet of interior moldings and trim, which had been carefully selected to go with the historic nature of this 1926 home.
Molding and trim made from plastic can be used both inside and outside your home and have many advantages over wood molding. Plastic moldings and trim can be molded into intricate shapes and bent to fit curves. They’re impervious to moisture and resistant to termites, rot, mold, warping, cracking, and splintering.
Looking for an easy, quick way to freshen up a room? Adding or replacing decorative molding is a simple, DIY project that’s even easier today thanks to prefinished plastic moldings. Before you strap on your tool belt, read on for some tips on how to choose the right moldings for your home.
If you’ve ever painted baseboards in a carpeted room, you know how hard it is to keep the paint from getting on the carpet. Here’s a neat tip using an old metal window blind that will allow you to get the job done like a pro in no time. Read on to find out more.