Still on the fence about installing crown moulding? There are a number of reasons why adding a crown moulding feature can improve the look of your home. Choosing plaster coated foam crown moulding is the smart choice over other types moulding for a number of reasons
Every spring, many homeowners’ minds turn towards adding curb appeal and making their home stand out from their neighbours. This is especially true for the many cookie cutter style neighbourhoods that are commonplace in the suburban areas surrounding large cities.
Want to try something different? Light Coves, sometimes referred to as cove lighting, are an elegant method of providing a soft, indirect light to a space that may not have much natural light.
Coffered ceilings have long been a much desired upgrade, but remained the stuff of wild interior decorating fantasies. In the past, the complicated production and installation procedure of traditional coffered ceilings has often deterred the weekend renovation warrior.
Adding style and charm with affordable alternatives such as ceiling medallions and trim are easy ways to ceilings. When redecorating, home owners typically update furniture, paint walls, change flooring, or update decorative details.
Historically, homes were decorated using custom designed wood moulding. This required the services of a skilled carpenter and often took weeks of work to accomplish.
TRIMROC™ Cornice or Crown Moulding is an architectural feature that adds character and value to your home without the high costs associated with this type of upgrade.
Time to dress up your exterior windows and doors. Is your home lacking curb appeal? Landscaping and a fresh coat of paint can only do so much. Consider dressing up your windows and doors by adding exterior moulding such as pediments, trim and sills.
Winter has finally arrived and the cold weather has everyone looking for a warm place to escape the frigid temperatures outside. It’s the perfect time to gather around a warm and cozy fireplace.