Home Hardware

Trim & Moulding

​Moulding Combinations: The best kept secret in interior design

Do you know your design style? Use our guide below to assist you with selecting Moulding by Design, whether you are combining multiple mouldings or pairing mouldings.

What are the components and where do they go?

Casing | Casings are used to frame doors and windows.

Baseboard | Baseboards are installed where the floor meets the wall.

Crown | Crowns are installed where the wall meets the ceiling.

Architrave | Architraves are installed at the head of doors and windows.

Chair Rail | Chair rails are installed at waist height.

Highlighting the use of clean, straight lines, this collection is for the urban at heart.

1. Casing​


Stop​


2. ​Crown
​Baseboard

3. Board​

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Trademarks of detailed woodwork and graceful lines with classic styling, creates a calm and comfortable décor.
Traditional Trim
1. Casing

4. Chair Rail
​7. Crown

2. Baseboard
5. Panel Moulding
​3. Shelf Combo


6. Panel Moulding
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Integrating elements from multiple styles, creating limitless options for design.
1. Casing

2. Sill

3. Baseboard

4. Crown

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Antique inspired, luxurious elements provide a romantic ambience while complimenting the home's architecture.
1. Casing

2. Paneling



4. Crown

3. ​Corner Combo


5. Baseboard

Contact your local Home Building Centre or Home Hardware Building Centre for all your trim options